St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore is a leading provider of community services to people suffering from the effects of hunger, homelessness, and poverty in Baltimore, Maryland.
Each year, over 50,000 people are helped through our comprehensive services that have a singular focus: To help build better futures for those who are struggling in poverty.
Helping people escape poverty requires a broad scope of services that reach people at their level of need. We help individuals and families with basic needs, such as food, clothing, and shelter that sustain and stabilize. We also help people regain their self-sufficiency and achieve better futures through transitional and permanent supportive housing, educational services to children and youth, and occupational skills training and job placement.
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Cassie and Beth's Story
“Camp St. Vincent made me feel so happy…to see her coming home every day smiling and telling me about what she did at camp.” ---Beth
Cassie and her mom fled an abusive relationship and ended up in a transitional housing program when she was five years old.
Luckily Cassie was able to attend Camp St. Vincent and participate in fun activities like art, dance, and swimming instruction, receive daily academic instruction in reading and math, and receive support, stability and an opportunity to feel “normal” and to thrive.
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In a few short weeks, Camp St. Vincent will launch its 107th season. You can make it possible for children, like Cassie, to attend camp and receive the programming and support that will make a real difference in their lives!
$41 sponsors a child for a day
$75 provides a swim suit and towel for three children.
$205 sponsors a child for a week
Help make an impact on Empty Bowls 2015! Join us for our recruitment event and explore ways you can get involved!
Wednesday, August 6th:
The Living Well
2443 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
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Health Care for the Homeless has begun providing basic health care services to our Sarah's Hope, Hannah More shelter residents from their new Mobile Clinic. Health care often times is overlooked for people struggling with homelessness.
Listen to WYPR-FM's story on Camp St. Vincent now serving 12 and 13 year olds.
Our Camp St. Vincent campers enjoyed a lesson on birds presented by theCarrie Murray Nature Center. learn how you can help Camp St. Vincent here.
Snacks are needed for Camp St. Vincent
Help make an impact on the life of a homeless child this summer! Donate healthy snacks to help keep the children attending our summer camp fueled and able to learn.
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