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St. Vincent De Paul Outreach

Welcome to St. Vincent de Paul Outreach!

At St. Vincent de Paul Outreach, we are dedicated to providing essential resources to those in need. Through a variety of programs, we strive to meet the diverse needs of our community.

Our Programs

We offer several programs to support our community members, including:

  • Food Pantry: Serving between 350-550 families each month, our food pantry provides essential groceries to supplement monthly food budgets.

  • Fellowship Meals: Providing nutritious meals and fostering a sense of community for all participants.

  • Vouchers: Offering assistance for clothing, household items, and other necessities.

  • Lucille Wolf Memorial Garden: Promoting healthy eating through locally grown fresh produce.

Our Mission

We are committed to making a positive impact in the lives of those we serve. By ensuring access to essential resources, we aim to enhance the well-being and quality of life for all community members.

Learn More

To explore our program offerings and learn how we can assist you, please navigate to the "Programs" tab located at the top of the screen.

We eagerly anticipate the opportunity to serve you and help meet your needs through our dedicated programs and services.

Outreach Hours


Tuesday - Friday

9:00am - 11:00am

Food Pantry:

Tuesday - Friday

11:00am - 3:45pm ​

Closed: Saturday, Sunday, and Monday

Gourmet Meal

Fellowship Meals

Volunteers dedicate their time to prepare and serve a hot meal every Monday and Wednesday at 5 p.m. It's an inclusive gathering where everyone is welcome to attend.


Volunteering Opportunities

We are constantly seeking passionate individuals to volunteer and assist with various aspects of our operations, including the food pantry, fellowship meals, food/hygiene drives, gardening, and much more.

  • How much food can I receive?
    Our pantry is here to supplement a family's food budget once each month. Though the contents may vary depending on donations, we strive to provide a diverse selection of healthy options to meet the needs of every family.
  • How often can I go to the Food Pantry?
    The Food Pantry is able to assist families once per month.
  • What if the food I receive is past the "best use by" date?
    All the food distributed from our food pantry complies with USDA regulations to ensure that it can be safely provided to families without posing any risks.
  • How can I sign up for the Food Pantry?
    To sign up for the Food Pantry, simply visit during operating hours with identification for everyone in the household, including children, and a current piece of mail with the current address. We accept various forms of ID such as school ID, State ID, Driver's License, Health Insurance card, and Birth certificate. Please note that we cannot accept social security cards as a valid form of ID. Additionally, neighbors who wish to shop in the pantry must have a total income under 185 percent of the federal poverty level.
  • How do I schedule an appointment?
    To schedule an appointment call (715) 751-7831.
  • How do I donate medicine?
    To donate medicine, you can bring your donation to the Food Pantry anytime Tuesday through Friday between 9:00 am and 3:45 pm. Your contributions are greatly appreciated.
  • Do you accept patients with health insurances?
    The medical clinic exclusively serves patients who are uninsured or underinsured.
  • When are the meals?
    We serve fellowship meals every Monday and Wednesday.
  • Who can attend the fellowship meals?
    Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a meal with us; there are no requirements or restrictions.
  • Can I take a meal home with me?
    To ensure compliance with food safety regulations, we are unable to allow meals to be taken home. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
  • How do I volunteer?
    You can access our volunteer application and learn how to submit it on the "Get Involved" page of our website.
  • What are some programs that are in need of volunteers?
    We are continuously seeking volunteers as the needs of our community members continue to grow. If you're interested in making a difference, please don't hesitate to reach out to us for more information on how you can get involved. Your support is truly appreciated.

Donations are the lifeblood of our organization, and your contributions are invaluable in making a significant impact in our local community.


Community Feedback:



"Very good service"

"I really appreciate it a lot, always helps"

"Everyone at the pantry is wonderful helpful and respected"


"The workers are amazing"

"We appreciate all you guys do"

"Thank you for everything! We truly appreciate it"

"Thank you so much"

"Excellent service"

"Good place"

"You do an amazing job <3"

"Keep up the good work"

"Very friendly and helpful"


Need extra help this month?

Soup and Socks is another food pantry in town that can provide additional assistance if needed. For more information, please visit their website.

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