Volunteer & Get Involved

Help people struggling with poverty, unemployment and underemployment in our comunity



St. Vincent de Paul, helping people over troubled waters


Saint Vincent de Paul Society

Lots of Ways to Get Involved.

We are a Catholic non-profit volunteer lay group. We help meet basic needs for people struggling with poverty, unemployment and underemployment in the Green County area. Our St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store in Monroe provides the funding to assist area friends, neighbors and families in need.


Your Help Goes a Long Way!

Be a Part of Making a Change

We all need a little help sometimes and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul exists for the purpose of helping people in need. The St. Victor SVdP Conference offers a wide range of help with basic needs for local area people struggling with the difficulties of unemployment, under employment, and poverty.

Making a Change

We provide help without regard to people’s religion, race, gender, personal status, ethnicity or age. We strive to honor the dignity and privacy every person deserves.


Types of Help

Our SVdP Conference is a group of volunteers who, in the Vincentian way, provide help to area people and families needing financial help. We operate the Monroe St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store in order to raise money and fund our local programs and works.

“No work of charity is foreign to the Society”

Although most assistance requests we receive are represented by the list below, we consider every request for assistance within each individual circumstance and situation.

Please Note

We provide assistance to eligible residents in the general Monroe and Green County, Wisconsin, area (Green County (WI), the eastern half of Lafayette County (WI), the northern third of Stephenson County (IL), and the far northeast corner of Jo Davies County (IL).

Volunteer Connect

We can use your help a few hours or many hours per week, based on what you can provide and your God Given Talents! Use this form to connect with us and let us know you are interested:




“No work of Charity is Foreign to the Society”

Here are examples of Past Assistance

  • Coaching and mentoring
  • Clothing, furniture, household, etc.
  • Household/personal care items
  • Loan of Medical equipment
  • Medical/pharmacy bills
  • Mobile food pantry co-sponsor
  • Referrals to local resources
  • Rent/mortgage assistance
  • Scholarships
  • Utility assistance

Note: We do not have emergency housing available