Seeing the Face of Christ in Those We Serve
COVID 19 VIRUS
Due to the health safety measures implemented to combat the spread of the COVID 19 virus, our country faces a daunting economic challenge. Our role as Vincentians has always been to respond to those in need quickly and compassionately. We will continue to help our friends in need with assistance for housing, utilities and food.
The need for Vincentian compassion and care may never be greater. We will respond-but we need your help.
A gift to the Vincentian Relief Fund (VRF) will allow us to serve the increase in families financially impacted by COVID 19. Together, we can do more.
Please keep our leaders, our health care providers, our scientists, all those suffering from the virus and all our friends in need in your prayers.
Click below to read about SVDP's response to Covid 19 and the upcoming challenges in The Catholic Virginian
You can make a difference from your own home. Consider joining Society of St Vincent de Paul. If you have a phone and a computer, you can serve those in need during this crisis while growing in spirituality yourself. Email us at email@example.com or call us at 804-527-1037 and we can give you more information.
As Vincentians, we grow spiritually by serving our friends in need. We treat those we serve with dignity as we would a friend. When a Vincentian makes a home visit, they have been invited into someone's home. During the visit, the Vincentian listens to how we can help. We support our friends with
Meetings at 7PM in St Michael's Lake House Social Hall (check the monitor in the main building to confirm meeting room). In working with the Diocese, all meetings are now being held via video conference call. For more info, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fourth Annual Friends of the Poor Walk will be Saturday September 26 at 11AM on the grounds of St Michael the Archangel Catholic Church.
To register as a walker, click here
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The first Young Vincentian Group has started at St Michaels. Members have been meeting and will be doing service projects to help our friends in need. The first project included collecting and assembling food baskets for 30 families in need at Thanksgiving.
SVDP Richmond is proud to partner with Village Bank to offer our Mini Loan Program to assist those struggling with pay day loans. The program will assist those who have gone through the home visit process who are struggling with the burden of a pay day loan.
Watch "Change Your Life" video presented at the Friends of the Poor Walk 2019.
Watch "Stand With Us" video to see how Vincentians stand by those in need-2020
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