St. Vincent de Paul District Council of Dayton is a 501(c )(3) nonprofit organization, annually serving over 100,000 people in need in the Miami Valley with faith-based assistance, shelter, and hope. The members, staff, and volunteers of the District Council, through its conferences and special works, provide person-to-person emergency assistance and supportive services to Montgomery County people in need.

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20th Annual Gene Westendorf Memorial Golf Tournament

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Written by Holley Mapel, Marketing Intern The St. Vincent de Paul District Council of Dayton announces the 20th Annual Gene Westendorf Memorial Golf Tournament. This foursome scramble (shotgun start at 7:45 am) will take place at The Golf Club at Yankee Trace the morning of Friday, July 22, and will be played in memory of […]

Food Pantry Numbers Increasing

Pantry Volunteers

Written by Hannah Krafka, Marketing and Communications Numbers for the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry are beginning to climb; compared to March, eighty more families required assistance last month, making April St. Vincent de Paul’s busiest month so far this year.  St. Vincent de Paul served 848 families representing 3,351 people compared to 790 families […]

Quote of the Month May

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If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one. Mother Theresa Join the movement in our Bed, Breakfast, and Beyond program. St. Vincent de Paul is a faith-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving the Greater Dayton Area. We aid the homeless and impoverished by providing emergency shelter, transitional and permanent supportive housing, food, clothing and […]

Vincentian Reflection 5/1/16

These weekly Reflections are great tools for volunteer Vincentians to tie together what we do in our everyday lives and our faith.  They are originally designed for Vincentians,  but are helpful to anyone who needs of a reminder of what we are called to do for our neighbors in need. Gospel: (John 14:23-29)  Jesus said to his disciples: “Whoever […]

Sock It To Poverty Most Successful 5K Run/Walk since 2011

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Written by Hannah Krafka, Marketing and Communications St. Vincent de Paul District Council of Dayton is pleased to report the success of the third annual Spring 5K Run/Walk “Sock It To Poverty” last Saturday, April 23, 2016. Over 500 participants, 25 businesses, and many other individual donors generously contributed a net amount of over $46,000 which […]

Feast of Saint Gianna Beretta Molla

These weekly Reflections are great tools for volunteer Vincentians to tie together what we do in our everyday lives and our faith.  They are originally designed for Vincentians,  but are helpful to anyone who needs of a reminder of what we are called to do for our neighbors in need. Gospel: (John 20: 19-31)  On the evening of that […]

Vincentian Reflection for 4/24/16

These weekly Reflections are great tools for volunteer Vincentians to tie together what we do in our everyday lives and our faith.  They are originally designed for Vincentians,  but are helpful to anyone who needs of a reminder of what we are called to do for our neighbors in need. Gospel: (John 13:31-33)  When Judas had left them, Jesus […]

Dayton Regional Green Recognizes St. Vincent de Paul

Dayton Regional Green

Written by Hannah Krafka, Marketing and Communications The Montgomery County Commissioners will recognize St. Vincent de Paul on Monday, April 25th, as one of the newest area DRG Green Certified organizations. St. Vincent de Paul earned the two year certification last summer for modifications made in the Montgomery County Job Center. The Director of Operations […]

Dayton’s Rotary on the Road Lunches at Gateway Shelter

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Written by Hannah Krafka, Marketing and Communications Monday, April 18th, Dayton Rotarians hit the road for lunch at the St. Vincent de Paul Gateway Shelter for Women and Families. They toured the facilities while learning about the organization’s various aspects and clientele. “It’s important that Dayton Rotarians in our community understand how they can make […]

Vincentian Reflection for 4/17/16

These weekly Reflections are great tools for volunteer Vincentians to tie together what we do in our everyday lives and our faith.  They are originally designed for Vincentians,  but are helpful to anyone who needs of a reminder of what we are called to do for our neighbors in need. Gospel: (John 10:27-30)  Jesus said: “My sheep hear my […]

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