“Yours must be a work of love, of kindness, you must give your time, your talents, yourselves. The poor person is a unique person of God’s fashioning with an inalienable right to respect. You must not be content with tiding the poor over the poverty crisis; You must study their condition and the injustices which brought about such poverty, with the aim of a long term improvement.”
-Blessed Frederic Ozanam, Founder of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul
Q: How do I volunteer?
Just drop in on Saturday mornings from 8:00 - 9:00, and you can help us pack food for the needy families that we are helping. For more information, visit the 'Get Involved' tab. For all the activities we are currently running, visit the 'What's Happening' tab.
Q: How can I get help?
- You can call the Hotline Number, which is (408)-773-6185
- You can contact one of the other help facilities, mentioned on the 'Get Involved' page
Q: How can I donate to St. Vincent de Paul?
You can donate from the Resurrection website.
Q: What activities are St. Vincent de Paul doing in the next few weeks?
What is St. Vincent de Paul?
The purpose our ministry is to organize, support and guide members to join together to grow spiritually and to serve people in need in the tradition of its founder. Meetings are open to all Resurrection parishioners and are held on the first Thursday of the month in the Farana Center.
We serve the poor and needy in the Sunnyvale, California area: U.S. zip code 94087.