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St Vincent de Paul
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Founded in 1865, St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore is an independent non-profit organization whose mission is to ensure those impacted by poverty have the skills and resources to achieve their full potential.

St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore is a pioneer in the development of social programs and the advocacy of social justice through a wide range of services from meeting basic human needs to empowering people to improve their quality of life, reach their full potential, and care for their families.

We seek to make a measurable, targeted impact by building programs consistent with community needs and service trends under our five service areas: Homelessness and Supportive Housing, Child and Family Services, Workforce Development, Access to Healthy Food, and Emergency Assistance.

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2013 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report

Sam's Story

“I often don’t have more than a small snack to eat at night. I look forward to my meals and seeing the folks at Beans & Bread. Without them, I wouldn’t have much.” --Sam

Sam, Beans & Bread client

More than 40 years ago, Sam was gravely injured in a car accident.  After months of recovery and rehabilitation, Sam began working in a distribution center for a newspaper. Despite Sam’s dedication, his job eventually became automated and he was laid off.  Without work and in poor health, Sam was unable to keep up with his bills and ended up living on the streets.

To read more of Sam's story, click here.


More than 25% of Baltimore residents live below the poverty line. For people like Sam, their income is simply not enough to purchase groceries for a week.  Many vulnerable adults – those who are homeless, disabled, or older and cannot work – turn to Beans & Bread for a meal each month, each week and often each day. 

Your gift to Beans & Bread will provide basic needs such as meals and clothing, as well as one-on-one support services including case management, housing placement and referrals, healthcare services and job skills training.

$25 provides 10 meals


$100 provides job skills training

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Front Door rapid re-housing program expansion with Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Weinberg Foundation and United Way of Central Maryland
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, and United Way of Central Maryland joined us to announce the expansion of Front Door, our cutting-edge rapid re-housing program for homeless families in Baltimore City.  Read the full story here.


See Tamika's Story...one of incredible courage, strength and resiliency!




Hunger Action Month 2014 - serve a meal at Beans & Bread!
1 IN 8 HOUSEHOLDS IN MD FACE A CONSTANT STRUGGLE WITH HUNGER! Each day, St. Vincent de Paul provides over 3,000 meals to the men, women, and children we serve.

Take action. You can make a difference!

Volunteer to serve a meal by clicking here.
Make casseroles or donate food by clicking here.
Support St. Vincent de Paul's programs and services with a tax-deductible gift by clicking here.


Thank you to all of our Camp St. Vincent funders! Click the arrow to see a photo wrap up of the year.




Beans & Bread Center Community Clean Up, September 24, 2014
Join Beans & Bread Center as we beautify the Fell's Point community! Click here to register.