The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Kingston is mandated to provide practical assistance and support to individuals and families residing in the Kingston area. All such services are provided in a compassionate and respectful manner which reflects and reinforces the dignity and humanity of all persons.
About ST VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY OF KINGSTON
The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Kingston was incorporated in 1971, but has been in operation since at least 1969; serving the needs of the city’s most disadvantaged individuals in a compassionate and non-judgmental manner.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Kingston works tirelessly to provide practical assistance and support to those in need by offering a Meal Program Monday to Friday, our Wearhouse Program where clothing for men, women and children can be found free of charge along with household items and other necessities, an Emergency Food Pantry that provides two days worth of groceries and is available on a monthly basis, a Weekly Recreational Group and Weekly Bible Study as well as a place to come and socialize and make connections with others in the neighborhood. To contact the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Kingston call us at 613 766-8432 or visit us on Facebook. You can also find out more about our programs on our website - www.svdpkingston.com.