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St Vincent de Paul Society

The St Vincent de Paul Society has been in Queensland since 1894.
More than 8,500 members and volunteers across Queensland help those who are struggling to take control of their lives whilst restoring their dignity; providing a hand up, not just a hand out.
Last year, the Society in Queensland supported almost 288,000 people and provided approximately $11 million in financial assistance to those in need.
The Society differs from most charitable organisations in that our members, known as Vincentians, and volunteers are the core of our work.
In Queensland, we have 210 Conferences (local branches) within our eight Diocese, or regions.
The members and volunteers are supported by some staff; however costs are kept to a minimum, meaning more money goes directly to those who are requiring the Society's assistance.
The Society's assistance is only possible by the generosity and compassion of our supporters. Together we can make a difference to many lives.
Without our members and volunteers, and without your generous donations, our services and assistance would not be possible.
To further enquire, please contact the State Administration office on (07) 3010 1000.
We thank you for your generous support.

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10 Merivale Street,

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