Preventing Homelessness, Fighting Hunger and Changing Lives Since 1903

Stories of Hope

Through a network of 5,000 volunteers, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia gave $19 million in assistance last year to 116,000 people on the edge of poverty and financial ruin.

Each of these neighbors who call on us for help has a unique story to tell. These brave people are sharing their stories with you in hopes that you will understand some of the barriers they face and perhaps be inspired by their effort to build a better future for themselves and their families.

Stories of Hope

Upcoming Events

  • Vincentian University

    Whether you’ve been a Vincentian for two days or two decades, this Vincentian University includes Ozanam and Home Visit Orientation, offering you an opportunity to…

    Thursday, December 2, 2021 - Wednesday, December 8, 2021 ZOOM (virtual)
  • CMS Advanced Training: Gift Cards and Vouchers

    In this training, we will discuss, and demo, the difference between in-kind gift cards/vouchers and those that are purchased with conference funds; how, and where,…

    Wednesday, December 15, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Virtual on Zoom
  • Spiritual Advisor Training

    Presented by Sr. Mary Francis Powers, E.S.E.H.  SVdP Georgia Council Spiritual Advisor  Spiritual Advisor Training is held annually for new, prospect or seasoned Spiritual Advisors….

    Saturday, January 29, 2022 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Virtual on Zoom
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What We Do

Learn more about the underlying issues impacting people in poverty and how St. Vincent de Paul Georgia addresses them.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Clark Howard's Christmas Kids Warehouse

For 26 years, Clark Howard has been providing Christmas gifts to foster children in the state of Georgia. St. Vincent de Paul Georgia, along with WSB TV/Talk Radio, the Georgia Department of Human Services, and Walmart, work with Clark to ensure that every child has gifts to open on Christmas morning. We need energetic volunteers to help us organize the gifts.


Poverty in Georgia

0 % of Georgians live in poverty.
0 % of low income renters in Georgia are at risk for homelessness.
0 % of Georgians lack consistent access to food for an active, healthy life.
Learn more about Poverty issues in Georgia

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St. Vincent de Paul Georgia Names New CFO

St. Vincent de Paul Georgia (SVdP Georgia), a nonprofit agency dedicated to preventing homelessness, fighting hunger, and changing lives, has named Cheryl King their new Chief Financial Officer. Cheryl will provide financial leadership and strategic guidance to support the organization’s ongoing growth and expansion of services across the state.  Cheryl brings a wealth of finance…

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