Every day in San Francisco, more than 7,500 people are living without a permanent home, and countless more are battling with substance addiction and/or some form of domestic violence. With your help, we can make a difference and end these vicious cycles.
Your contribution enables us to provide direct services, invaluable resources, and active person-to-person care to over 1,000 people every day. It is these invaluable gifts that allow us to operate the MSC-South homeless shelter and the Riley Center for survivors of domestic abuse, among other community-centered programs.
Visit our History page
to learn more about who we are and what we do, and how your gift can change someone’s life.
Matching Gifts from Employers
Making a donation to St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco? Ask your employer if they provide a match.
Here’s the info you will need:
Official Name: San Francisco Particular Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul
We are a 501c3 registered nonprofit
Tax ID# 94-1571017
1175 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Interested in donating your time?
Check out our Volunteer section to find out how you can join us in supporting San Francisco’s most vulnerable populations.
For more information on the impact your gift makes contact:
Director of Development
Phone: (415) 757 – 6560
Furniture and Clothing Donations
Currently, we do NOT accept clothing or furniture donations.
Community Thrift Store
623 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110
Blanket the Homeless
Blanket the Homeless (BTH) is a valuable partner of SVDP-SF. BTH is committed to improving the day-to-day experience of people living on the streets. Volunteers hand out small parcels containing emergency blankets, socks, first-aid supplies, and other essential items. If you’d like to support, click on our Donate page and indicate BTH in the designation field.
Vehicle Donation Program
Donate your car, truck, motorcycle, RV, or boat to St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco and help sustain our direct services, including the MSC-South Homeless Shelter and Riley Center for Survivors of Domestic Violence.
For more information visit us here.