St. William Conference--Society of St. Vincent de Paul--Round Rock, TX

Ozanam

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul exists to grow the spirituality of its members.  In service to those in need, Vincentians see the face of God.  Vincentians learn together, serve together, and pray together.  Through prayer and service, Vincentians strengthen their own spirituality and more easily share God’s love with the individuals they serve.

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St.Vincent de Paul Office
Think You Might Be Called to Serve Your Neighbor as a Member of St. Vincent de Paul? to Discern for Yourself Whether Our Work Could be Your Work, Too.

Are YOU Called
to be a
Vincentian?

To Discern
Whether You
are Meant to Help Others In Need

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The St. William Conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul welcomes all who wish to live their faith by loving and serving the poor.

Dedicated Vincentians are needed to visit families in need in their home, assisting them with their spiritual and physical needs.

"Lord, help me to make time today to serve you in those who are most in need of encouragement or assistance."
— St. Vincent de Paul

KofC Knights Collected a Record of 12,028 Pounds of Food!
 
Friends of the Poor WalkThe K of C Lenten food drive brought 12,028 pounds of food for the Parish St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry. This compares with 7,735 pounds colllected last year. K of C members collected, weighed and stored the food for distribution by SVdP members in home visits to hungry families in the Round Rock area, Thank you Knights and St. William parishioners!
MISSION: The Society of St. Vincent de Paul;
Inspired by
Gospel Values...

.THE Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a Catholic lay organization, leads women and men to join together to grow spiritually by offering person-to-person service to those who are needy and suffering in the tradition of its founder, Blessed Frédéric Ozanam, and patron, St. Vincent de Paul.

As a reflection of the whole family of God, members, who are known as Vincentians, are drawn from every ethnic and cultural background, age group, and economic level. Vincentians are united in an international society of charity by their spirit of poverty, humility and sharing, which is nourished by prayer and reflection, mutually supportive gatherings and adherence to a basic Rule.

Organized locally, Vincentians witness God’s love by embracing all works of charity and justice. The Society collaborates with other people of good will in relieving need and addressing its causes, making no distinction in those served because, in them, Vincentians see the face of Christ.

The Society recognizes that it must assume, also, a role of advocacy for those who are defenseless or voiceless. CLICK HERE to ascertain whether you'd like to be a member of St. Vincent de Paul.

When we attend to the needs of those in want,
we give them what is
theirs, not ours. More
than performing works of
mercy, we are paying a debt of justice.


      Saint Gregory
      the Great, Pope
Show Love for Your Neighbors who have Nothing Collection  Box

Give furniture, household items, and clothing you no longer use to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store. Drop clothing and small items in the blue boxes near the SVdP Building.

Call 512-442-5652 for Donation of Larger Items or Bring
them to the
SVdP Thrift Store
901 W. Braker at Lamar in Austin
Mon-Sat 10 to 7

    Our Pantry's Need
            For Food
          is Ongoing

  
      We provide food for over
  100 hungry families monthly. 

       Please help the poor by
  placing regular non-perishable 

       food contributions in the
 
    
        St. William Church or
    the Sacred Heart Chapel
 SVDP Food Collection Boxes

   CLICK HERE for a LIST of MOST NEEDED ITEMS
     Thank you for your regular contributuions


 
St Willaim Church
St. William Church


THE ST. WILLIAM
SVdP FOOD PANTRY

provides an average
3000 pounds
of food to more than
100 families
(over 400 persons)
every month.
Thank you
St William Parish

and everone who supported
this work with financial and food contributions.


Vincentians in Austin Diocese
Provided $10M in
Community Impact

During the last year more than 988 Vincentians from all across the Diocese of Austin have provided $10 million in money, miles and volunteer hours.

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Direct financial aid to 120,000 people totaled $4.1 million. Diocesan Vicentians logged 296,000 volunteer hours through 41 conferences, 12,000 home visits and pantry work.

"The bread you store up belongs to the hungry; the cloak that lies in your chest belongs to the naked; the gold you have hidden in the ground belongs to the poor."
— St. Basil the Great

Help Us
Help Those
in Need!

Car
Donate Your Vehicle to
St. Vincent
de Paul.

It Will Be
Picked Up
and Towed
without Cost.

Donate
Online Now

Still have questions? 
See our FAQs
Or you can call us

512-912-7575
Or toll free
888-317-7837

Accepted
Vehicles
  starCARS
starTRUCKS
starVANS
starMOTOR-    CYCLES
starRVS

SVdP Serves
Those in Need

Home Repair Program

In 2001, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Diocesan Council of Austin established a Home Repair Program to provid needed home repairs for individuals who are financially or physically unable to make their homes habitable.
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House in a Box

Many families in Central Texas lost everything that we use everyday and rarely give a thought to as we start our days in the morning or spend time with our families in the evening. And as those families begin to move into houses that are now dry enough to live in, they still need to replace the items lost to the floods.
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Disaster Relief

When disaster strikes, the Diocesan Council of Austin is ready to serve.  The Society provides disaster assistance for individuals and families who are confronted with fire, flood, or other individual disaster. 
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Preditory Loan Program

Texans borrow $3 billion annually from payday lenders. These businesses have operational methods that work to the detriment of families who are desperate to obtain quick money. Despite 10% constitutional limits on direct interest, lenders exploit loopholes by charging compounding unregulated finance charges and fees.
Click Here for Details

Are You or a
Family you Know
in Need of
Help in the
Round Rock Area?

Call St. Vincent de Paul at
512-255-2330,
(Please leave a message including name, address and phone number)
CLICK HERE
or visit us at the
SVdP Office
St. William Church

620 Round Rock West
We are open Monday and Friday 9am - 12 noon to provide food and assistance.
For Help Outside
Round Rock
CLICK HERE
Thank You...
Randall's...for Generously
Donating Food
Each Week
to our Pantry

Click Here
to request 
St. William
St. Vincent de Paul
as your
 "Randalls Rewards Recipient."
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Stands Ready to Assist All Those in Need without Regard to Race,
Religious Preference, Creed, Social Status or Nation of Origin, Wholly without Discrimination
SVdP Visit St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store
901 W. Braker Lane, Austin 78758
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