Volunteer. Donate. Educate
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is an annual program where people come together across the country to draw attention to the problems of hunger and homelessness. St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore has been fighting to improve the lives of those impacted by poverty since 1865. This week, we are asking for your participation. The residents in our shelters and participants in our housing programs need supplies. Many of our housing and hunger services programs need volunteers. And all of our programs need additional funding. If you give what you can, it will make an impact on the lives of many Baltimore residents who need a little help.
Amazon Wish Lists help us keep the shelves stocked.
Shelter residents need clothes, personal items, linens, and school supplies. Housing program participants who are transitioning into their own apartments need basic household items. Food pantries need regular replenishment. You can help keep us stocked with a simple click of a button. Pick the items that fit your budget and they will be sent directly to the shelter or program you choose to support. Better still, name St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore as your Amazon Smile beneficiary before you shop, and Amazon will donate a portion of all applicable purchases to us for the same items at the same prices. Every little bit counts!
Hannah More Family Shelter is a comprehensive 85 bed shelter in Baltimore County serving families experiencing homelessness. Services are 24/7 with family rooms. Provides a short-term, safe place to live and to receive supportive services to move from homelessness to housing.
Beans & Bread is a comprehensive homeless day resource program serving more than 300 people per day that offers supportive services in the areas of housing, health, mental health, recovery, and employment, helping individuals experiencing homelessness obtain housing and reach their full potential.
Interim House Family Shelter is a 10 unit transitional shelter in Baltimore County serving families experiencing homelessness. Services are 24/7 with family rooms. Provides a short term, safe place to live and to receive supportive services to move from homelessness to housing.
By making a financial donation, you support all of our hunger and homeless service programs at once, and allow us to put your contribution to work where we need it most.