The St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco was established in 1860 on a simple principle: assist those who need help the most.
Whether it be through financial support, spiritual guidance, or by providing basic necessities such as food and shelter, we strive to offer our clients with a sense of hope during their darkest hours.
While the Society has undergone many changes and transformations over the years, we have never wavered in our commitment to support those in need, regardless of race, creed, religion or sexual orientation. From our humble beginnings to our current programs supporting the homeless and survivors of domestic violence, SVDP-SF has remained a champion of San Francisco’s most vulnerable populations.
Today, our organization bolsters 100 dedicated men and women, all working together to improve the lives of over 1,000 people in San Francisco everyday.
If you’re interested in joining our efforts, check out our volunteer options or careers pages. You can also meet the people that allow us to make a difference by visiting our staff page.