Welcome to the St. Vincent de Paul, Holy Family Conference Website

The Face of Christ

Who We Are

We are a network of friends, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world through personal relationships with and service to people in need. Based just minutes from downtown Orlando, Florida at Holy Family Catholic Church, we put our faith into action by helping those in our community who are the most vulnerable. Would like to learn more about us? Click the link below to read about our mission, our values, our beginnings and much more!

To Fill Their Plate Will Fill Your Heart

Our St. Vincent de Paul Society continues to meet the needs in the community. Please consider either a financial donation made easy with the online giving option, or you can give a food donation on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays especially those items shown on our flyer. If you have questions or are in need, please give us a call. Drive up service is available.

Lend a Hand, Win a Grand

Coming this winter, we will be holding our Lenten “Lend a Hand, Win a Grand” fundraiser.

Every Friday during Lent we offer a chance to win $1,000 at the Men of Holy Family Fish Fry.  One ticket for $10 and 3 tickets for $25.  The drawing is held the Friday before Good Friday.

2019 Friends of the Poor Walk/Run

THANK YOU to everyone who supported or joined us for our annual Friends of the Poor Walk/Run held on November 9, 2019 at Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake. We will soon have images from this year’s event. While we put together all of the images, check out this year’s video shown here. To learn more about the event, click the button below.

Last Year by the Numbers – 2018

Hours or more of person-to-person service of counseling, guidance, listening and sharing Christ’s love.

Meals or more distributed to those we serve here in Orange County, Florida

Dollars or more in financial aid for emergency rent, utilities, medical and auto repairs

Dollars or more value in provided furniture, new mattresses and clothing through the SVDP Council Thrift Stores to over 60 families

Families or more that received toys for their children who otherwise would have had none through the Jesse Tree Christmas Toy drive.

Pairs of new school shoes, valued at over $35,000, to the neediest children in Orange County

Days of temporary housing for those who needed shelter

Home visits that offered food and fellowship including visits to the elderly and shut-ins

Thanksgiving meals distributed to those in need