Welcome to St. Vincent de Paul Society.



At St. Vincent de Paul we are actively assessing our operations daily.  We will try to serve you as long as it is safe to do so. 

The hotline calls will be answered and handled over the phone to eliminate physical contact.


Our Thrift Store & Donation Center has re-opened!  


Our Pantry and Meal site are still distributing food.  Although our dining room is closed and the building is not open to the public, below are directions to access food for yourself and your family:  



  • All boxes are prepackaged for distribution
    • Dry goods, produce, deli, meat, dairy, bread, and bakery as available
  • Check in
    • Park - either on Water Street, Main Street or behind the pantry building in the parking lot.
    • Window - Please come to the window on Main Street with your I.D.
    • to check in and receive your printed ticket.  You will not be allowed in line without a ticket.
    • Vehicle - Return to your vehicle and drive to the back of the building.  Groceries will be placed on the usual dock/ramp for you to pick up. 


*This method allows for minimal contact between both staff and participants.  This eliminates people standing in line waiting to complete intake.



LUNCH HANDOUT as of 03/26/2020

  • Lunches are bagged/boxed for distribution
  • The meals are handed out through the window on a tray
  • Chalk lines on sidewalk indicating spacing of six feet

*Cooks will be gloved and masked


Be safe everyone and remember to stay at home except for essential trips out.


St. Vincent de Paul Society is a non-profit, religious organization that provides outreach and resources to people and families who are experiencing temporary set-backs due to unemployment, illness or other life-changing events. We are always happy to meet new people - all are welcome!  Whether the need is material or spiritual, we want to help.  If you are struggling and need help, please call our emergency hotline at (715) 736-1601 and leave a message.

The St. Joseph Conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul provides invaluable community services, such as alleviating hunger, temporary shelter for displaced families, clothing and household items for our neighbors in poverty, micro loans, financial assistance and more. In addition to our community service activities, we have regular meetings at our downtown location so that our members can join together for spirituality and plan new goals for the future. Browse through our website to learn more about our work.

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Contact Us

St. Vincent de Paul Society


Phone: 715-234-2372

Or use our contact form.



Find the Facebook pages for the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store also for our Pantry & Kitchen:








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