Keeping Our Communities Safe

During public health crises like the COVID-19 outbreak, those living in poverty are disproportionately impacted. When schools are closed and people can’t work, the services we provide—shelter, food and safety-net services for homeless individuals and survivors of domestic violence—are even more in demand. Yet we’re facing unprecedented challenges ourselves. Staff are working around the clock, sometimes without access to basic supplies, like toilet paper and masks, but remain determined to keep our doors open for those who are severely impacted.

Now more than ever St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco needs your support to make sure our programs remain operational.

We continue to pivot to respond nimbly to the daily challenges, to support those who rely on us when they have nowhere else to go. But we need your help. Please donate what you can to fund the work of our unsung heroes on the front lines.




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Against the backdrop of tragedy in our country, we have a bright spot. We were happy to welcome 24 clients and 1 dog back for the reopening of Division Circle yesterday! Sarah and her dog, Kiko!

"The systematic and institutional mistreatment that lacks the basic tenets of humanity is totally unacceptable. We ask for accountability. It must be expected before any change can come about. Without justice, there can not be peace."

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SVDP-SF Response to COVID-19

SVDP-SF Responds to COVID-19

St. Vincent de Paul is committed to serve our guests during COVID-19

SAN FRANCISCO – March 12, 2020 – The St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco (SVDP-SF) is taking important precautions…

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