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ST. VINCENT dePAUL

 

ST. VINCENT de PAUL SOCIETY
100 NORTH MAIN STREET
MARLBORO, NJ 07746
732-946-4487 EXT. 240

"Come. You have my Father's blessing! Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the creation of the World. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink. I was a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you comforted me." Matthew 25-34:36

Do you or someone you know need assistance? Contact the St. Vincent de Paul Society at    732-946-4487 Extension 240 - All calls are confidential.



HISTORY

The St. Vincent de Paul society was founded in Paris, France, in 1833, by Frederic Ozanam and six companions who personally provided assistance to the poor and suffering through their home visits.  They chose as their patron the great Apostle of Charity, St. Vincent de Paul.

In America, the first conference of the St. Vincent de Paul Society was established in St. Louis, Missouri in 1845. Today, there are over 4,360 conferences with 141,112 Vincentians in the United States, and over 750,000 Vincentians worldwide.

WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO

St. Vincent de Paul is a national non-profit organization whose conferences are generally part of a religious community.  St. Vincent de Paul Conference of Marlboro has been associated with St. Gabriel’s Roman Catholic Church for more than 25 years and is funded entirely through the generosity of its parishioners.  

Our mission is to faithfully serve the needy of our community by administering temporary emergency assistance while providing spiritual encouragement.

When we are contacted for assistance, all information shared with us is kept confidential.  You will be assigned a case number and your identity is known only to the two members assigned to you. No information is shared with any individual, organization or outside agency without your permission. At the time of your home visit, we may request information such as copies of utility bills, employment status and current income and expenses in order to properly assess your needs.  We may also recommend other organizations for you to contact that may be of assistance to you.  

Our objectives are to listen to your concerns and concentrate our attention on your immediate problems, whether they involve food, clothing, rent or utility bills.

MAY GOD BLESS YOU

LOCAL OUTREACH SERVICES
 

Domestic Violence Hotline                 Salvation Army
732-264-4111                                      732-775-8633

Drug Abuse Hotline                          PAAD Program
800-225-0196                                    800-792-9745

Social Services                                 Low Income Housing
732-431-6000                                   www.lowincomehousing.us

Open Door Food Pantry                        Monmouth County Social Services
732-780-1089                                   www.monmouthresourcenet.org
                                                           732-308-3770

JBI Shared Ride                                Public Utilities Low Income Home Energy Assistance
800-325-9754                                    www.state.nj.us/bpu/assistance                                                                                                                 LIHEP 1-800-510-3102

Legal Aid Society                               Heating Bill and Utility Assistance Program    
732-776-7733                                    www.needhelppayingbills.com

Medicaid
732-761-3600

Love Thy Neighbor                             Used furniture, elder care, Free haircuts, junk carting,
732-542-7012                                    assistance to the needy, used cars, Christmas gift giving

Lunch Break                                                                                                                                                               732-747-8577

Samaritan Center Food Pantry              Vincent’s Legacy (furniture@svdptrenton.org)                                  732-446-1142                                   212-518-7191

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The St. Vincent de Paul Society distributes food to families in need every month. We welcome donations of Shop Rite or Wegman gift cards and we will pass them on to our families in need.

SUGGESTED ITEMS

Milk             Powdered (quart packs)

Proteins      Canned Ham, Turkey,
                    Chicken, Beef Stew,
                     Tuna                          

Vegetables  Canned, any variety

Starches      Pork & Beans, Rice,           Instant Mashed Potatoes, Macaroni & Cheese, Pasta, Canned ravioli/spaghetti, Canned beans

Juices         Juices Canned Apple,
                  Orange, Tomato, Grape,
                  Pineapple, Juice boxes

Lunch         Jelly, Peanut Butter, Hearty Soups                          

Breakfast   Dry cereal, oatmeal, pancake mix and syrup


Fruit          Canned fruit, applesauce, cranberry sauce

Other Food Coffee (instant or regular)
                    Tea Bags, Flour, Sugar, Artificial sweetener, ketchup, mustard, canned or powered milk, snack food-cookies/crackers

Non-Food   Soap, Shampoo, 
                  Conditioner, Toilet Tissue
                  Laundry Detergent,
                   Dish Detergent,
                   Toothpaste, Tootbruses

Thank you again for your help and your attention to our ministry. We hope to help more people through our internet connection.
                       


        

 

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