ABOUT ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
For adults and families in the Miami Valley who are on the bring of becoming homeless or who are already homeless, St Vincent de Paul - District Council of Dayton, through its Conferences (chapters) and Special Works, provides person-to-person emergency assistance and supportive services to those living in the Montgomery Country and surrounding communities.
St. Vincent de Paul annually serves over 100,000 people each year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our help begins with out Conferences and their volunteer members (Vincentians) giving emergency assistance with utilities, food, clothing, furniture and many other services to our neighbors in need. Person-to-person assistance is the trademark of the St. Vincent de Paul Conferences; helping individuals to stay in their homes.
When a person becomes homeless, St. Vincent de Paul is also there to offer shelter and hope. Our Gateway Shelters provide temporary emergency shelter to those who are homeless. During the course of any given day our shelters serve between 300-400 men, women and children. We provide daily meals, showers, clothing, personal care items, mail and messaging service, and access to full-time case managers who assist our guests in achieving housing based on their individual needs. Each year nearly 4,000 people come to us for shelter. St. Vincent de Paul is there to help them find their way. While most only stay for a short period of time we annually help more than 1,400 individuals to transition from the shelter into permanent housing.
Our focus at St. Vincent de Paul is to help our clients own their challenges, not deny them. We help them to take control of their lives and to recognize that they can take control and begin a new journey to self-sufficiency.
Please join us in our efforts by volunteering, donating in-kind goods or services, or supporting us financially through a gift today.
The Dayton District Council of St. Vincent de Paul, growing in spirituality and friendship, provides Christ-inspired person-to-person support in an empowering effort to improve the lives of those in personal, spiritual, or material need.
Improving the lives of those in need – working to end poverty and homelessness one person at a time.
Community Board Members
As of February 2019
President: James G. Tillar, CFA,Tillar-Wenstrup Advisors, LLC
Vice-President: Michael McGraw, President, James Capital Alliance, Inc.
Treasurer: Mike Fink, Managing Director-Investments, Carillon Group of Raymond James
Secretary: Louis R. Lunne, Retired Investment Advisor
Tony Ciani, Retired Account Manager, Electronic Data Systems (EDS)
Matt Graybill, DDC President
Kelly McCracken, President, Franciscan Media
Jeff Mullins, Partner-in-Charge, Taft Stettinius & Hollister
Ex-Offico (Non-Voting) Member: Michael E. Vanderburgh, Executive Director St. Vincent de Paul
Dayton District Council Board
As of February 2019
President: Matt Graybill
Vice President: John Glaser
Treasurer: Mike Fink
Secretary: Marsha Hess
Spiritual Advisor: Clyde Golden
Barbara Culp, Ascension
Pat Gill, Corpus Christi
William Burkhart, Emmanuel
Nancy Paessun, Holy Angels Dayton
Russ Stewart, Holy Angels Sidney
Denny Lammlein, Incarnation
Tom Boland, Mary Help of Christians
Mary Pat Golden, Our Lady of Good Hope
Mieke Clark, Our Lady of Mercy
Carol Adamson, Our Lady, Mother of Refugees
Vicki Tischler, Our Lady of the Rosary
LouAnn Geel, Queen of Martyrs
Jim Schoen, St. Albert the Great
Mary Cox, St. Anthony
Barb Maichle, St. Augustine Germantown
Kathy Scott, St. Augustine Waynesville
Dottie Reid, St. Benedict the Moor
Tom Forsthoefel, St. Brigid Xenia
Donna Kueterman, St. Denis/Holy Family/Immaculate Conception
Tom Kwest, St. Francis of Assisi
Tom Gorman, St. Helen
Steve Brandell, St. Henry
Gary Miller, St. Luke
Marian Roell, St. Mary Camden
Moira Pfeifer, St. Mary/Assumption Springboro
Marsha Hess, St. Michael – Sts. Peter & Paul
John Tishaus, St. Patrick Troy
Carolyn Yankel, St. Peter
Pat Lewis, St. Rita/St. Paul/Precious Blood
Mike Monnin, St. Remy Russia
Elizabeth Collins, University of Dayton