Society of St Vincent de Paul  

  Archdiocesan Council of Santa Fe

   

Our Vision – Vincentians envision a more just society where the rights,  responsibilities and development of all people are promoted.

Our Mission – The mission of the St Vincent de Paul Society is to deliver loving and compassionate person-to-person assistance in building a path out of poverty.

 
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Archdiocesan Council of Santa Fe serves all of northern and central New Mexico, with 48 chapters, 7 thrift stores and 23 food pantries.
Additionally, SVdP Santa Fe provides our most needy neighbors assistance with:
 
  • Bus Passes
  • Emergency Gas Vouchers
  • Clothing Assistance
  • Rent Assistance
  • Firewood
A transition at the St. Vincent de Paul Conference in Peralta

Pictured are left to right are retiring conference President Salomon Moya, Eva Pereira, President, St. Vincent de Paul Archdiocesan Council, and newly commissioned Peralta Conference President Matt Sena. 

Salomon Moya received a certificate of recognition of his years of loving service at Our Lady of Guadalupe Conference for over 18 years.

The members present at the meeting vowed to help Matt with the work of the of the pantry at 3466 Main street, in Los Lunas. The Pantry is part of the service of St. Vincent de Paul in Peralta.

Carlos pricing goods in the warehouse.
Carlos, Alexandro and Brenda
The Albuquerque Thrift Store Committee works hard to make certain quality goods are available at low cost.
 
 
SO MANY GOOD PEOPLE NEED ASSISTANCE JUST TO GET THROUGH THE MONTH.  

 

PLEASE CONSIDER BECOMING A VOLUNTEER TODAY!

 
 
 

At the SVdP Annual Meeting, July 14, at Incarnation Parish, Palmira Perea-Hay was presented with a certificate of appreciation by the St. Vincent de Paul Archdiocesan Council. Palmira is from St. Joseph on the Rio Grande Conference in Albuquerque.  

The Council recognized her efforts in promoting Fellowship and Friendship by hosting quarterly fellowship meetings for Deanery A, B, and C in the Albuquerque area. Here members get to pray, get to know each other and exchange best practices. (while enjoying a cup of coffee). 

Friendship is one of the essentials elements of Vincentian life and spiritual growth. Palmira a Vincentian at St. Joseph on the Rio Grande who has served as conference president and dedicated member for over ten years.

  No work of charity is foreign to the Society
 
 
  
SVdP SF Board Members as of September 30, 2017

Eva Pereira – President, George Vaughan – Vice President
Kathy Kenna – Secretary, Ken Strasburg – Treasurer
Sandy Gentner, Barbara Garrity, Dolores Tafoya, Marv Schneider, John Conlon, Linda Strasburg, Therese Nunez, Joe Trujillo, Tony Torrez, Charles Winston, Jinky Romero, Betty Jacquez, Irma Crimm, Manuel Rodriquez, Linda Mummert, John Duran

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 of St. Vincent de Paul, New Mexico is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and donations to the Society are tax-deductible.