We have been providing aid in Contra
Costa County to those in need since 1964.

St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa County (SVdP CC) was founded in 1964. We provide direct aid services at our Family Resource Center in Pittsburg and throughout the county through 27 parish conferences. SVdP CC strives to provide concrete aid to those in need.

Our many programs provide food, clothing, shelter, rental assistance, medical services, employment, and workforce development to our neighbors in Contra Costa County. We collaborate with several Bay Area agencies including Loaves & Fishes, Catholic Charities, RotaCare Bay Area, Winter Nights Shelter, One Warm Coat, and the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano Counties.

Inspired by values of charity, humility, and social justice, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa County provides person-to-person service of time, talent, and resources to help our neighbors in need regardless of gender, national origin, race, or religion. Our mission is to bring aid and support to those who are poor and suffering in Contra Costa County. We are proud to serve Contra Costa County.

Help Support Our Programs

You can make a secure online financial donation to SVdP 24 hours a day. Please click the donate button below. To arrange for the pick-up of donated furniture, clothing, etc., please call SVdP at (925) 439-5060, Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm.

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St. Vincent de Paul Partners With CESC

After years of inconsistent lighting throughout St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa County's Family Resource Center, Community Energy Services Corporation stepped in to save the day. As part of their SmartLights Program, 121 light fixtures were replaced with efficient LEDs. To read more about the experience, please follow this link: http://ebenergy.org/society-of-st-vincent-de-paul-shines-a-new-light/ Thank you, CESC, for increasing the safety for staff and clients in and around our facility!

Jim Noe Featured in East Bay Times – Share The Spirit

This past weekend, Jim Noe (EBLC Lifetime Achievement Awardee and longtime SVdPCCC volunteer) was featured in the East Bay times. Jim has been recognized for the good work he does for the East Bay community. You can read the online article here: http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2016/12/10/alamo-man-continues-to-change-lives-through-nonprofit-work/ #ShareTheSpirit2016

St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa County Receives $10,000 Grant Award on Giving Tuesday From Bank of America Charitable Foundation

PITTSBURG, CALIFORNIA – The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) of Contra Costa County received a $10,000 grant award today from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation for support of SVdP’s safety-net and food programs supporting hungry and low-income residents of Contra Costa County. Heidi Racherla, SVP at Bank of America, San Francisco-East Bay, presented the check to St. Vincent de Paul today, in recognition of “Giving Tuesday”, a global day focusing on helping philanthropies and non-profits.  Racherla noted [...]