Thank you for all of your support, especially in the midst of the Coronavirus. You are helping more Dane County neighbors in need than ever before through our programs with your support!
Click on the bar above to use your credit card to support our work. You may designate your gift to help our food pantry, housing programs, charitable pharmacy, or the form of help most-needed at the moment.
For information about the nonprofit status of the District Council of Madison, Inc, Society of St. Vincent de Paul – as well as IRS and financial documentation – click the seal below (for our profile on Guidestar’s informational site):
Complete the mail-in form online (click here), print it out and mail it to us with your check, money order, or credit card information. Mail to:
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
P.O. Box 259686
Madison, WI 53725-9686
Please contact our Development Director at (608) 442-7200, x34.
Join St. Vincent de Paul’s Sustaining Samaritans by sending a monthly gift to support our food pantry, free pharmacy, housing programs and voucher programs that offer free furniture, household goods and clothing to Dane County neighbors in need. Give securely online or directly from your bank account:
INCREASE your monthly gift? No additional payment information needed. Please contact Max Nguyen, Communications Manager, at 608-442-7200, x37, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know.
A planned gift can serve as a long-term legacy reflecting your compassion for those in need. Please contact our Development Director at (608) 442-7200, x34, or click the link below.
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The District Council of Madison, Inc., Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Gifts to support our work are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
“To protect creation, to protect every man and every woman, to look upon them with tenderness and love, is to open up a horizon of hope; it is to let a shaft of light break through the heavy clouds; it is to bring the warmth of hope!”