Young Adults

KNOWN

What is KNOWN?

Rooted in our relationship with God, KNOWN seeks to provide activities that facilitate an encounter with joy, friendship, hospitality, and Christian solidarity with our guests during their stay at St. Vincent de Paul’s shelter.

Who can volunteer for KNOWN?

KNOWN is created for young adults in the local Dayton community who enjoy sharing their friendship with St. Vincent’s child and women guests through board games, craft projects, indoor and outdoor games and sports, story time, etc.

When is KNOWN?

KNOWN occurs on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month.

A typical schedule:

9 a.m. Training for New Volunteers

10 a.m. Introductions & Prayer

10:30 a.m.  Activity Time with Guests

11:30 a.m. Pizza & Fellowship Time with Volunteers

Where is KNOWN?

KNOWN takes place at the Apple Street Shelter for Women & Families, at the 120 W Apple St. in Dayton.

Why is it called KNOWN?

Our name comes from Psalm 139, “Lord… you know me: you know when I sit and stand; you understand my thoughts from afar. You sift through my travels and my rest; with all my ways you are familiar… Lord, you know it all.”.  

How do I get involved?

Contact our Asst Manager of Volunteers, Hyla Pitsenbarger for more information, at Volunteerinfo@stvincentdayton.org or call 937.222.5555x 423.

Dayton Catholic Young Adults

The mission of Dayton Catholic Young Adults (DCYA) is to connect young adults to Christ, the Church,
and ​the greater Dayton community. Click for info on upcoming young adult events, service opportunities, retreats, and more!

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Dayton Theology on Tap

From their website:

Theology on Tap is a 6 week spring/fall speaker series for Catholic young adults to socialize and to meet other young adults. Come at 7 p.m. for socializing, food, and drinks. The talks start at 7:30 p.m.

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Contact Us:
St. Vincent de Paul Dayton
124 West Apple St.

Phone: 937.222.5555
Fax: 937.222.7944

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