HELP US HELP OTHERS
Vincentians serve as volunteers. Your contributions go directly to those in need and may be used to help keep a mother and her children warm on a winter night, or feed an elderly man who has just gotten out of the hospital.
Vincentians do not give simply give cash to those in need but rather visit those in need--neighbor to neighbor--in the privacy and security of their own homes so as to help assess their needs and provide financial assistance in the form of rent, utilities, furniture, or other forms of help.
Through your contributions we are able to aid people in desperate times in their lives. Your continued financial assistance will help anyone who is in real need: the children, the homeless, the elderly and the hungry.
Your charity donation does not go to administrative overhead—nearly 100% of your monetary donation goes directly to aid those in need.
New for 2020:
Cares Act Can Let YOU #HelpUsHelpOthers
Your gifts can go even further this year. The Cares Act provides tax incentives to increase charitable giving to non-profits such as the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Make 2020 the year to #HelpUsHelpOthers with your monetary gift
Favorable rules may apply if you make cash donations during 2020 to certain charities. Check with your tax advisor:
Individuals who do not itemize can claim an above-the-line deduction of up to $300 for such contributions
Individuals who itemize can deduct such contributions up to 100% of adjusted gross income
C corporations can deduct such contributions up to 25% of taxable income
Print a donation form (PDF) to fill out and and send to:
St. Vincent de Paul Sacramento Council
P.O. Box 162487, Sacramento, CA 95816-2487
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE
1. Call us at 800-322-8284 and/or fill out this online form.
2. We will tow your vehicle at no cost to you!
3. Get a tax-deductible receipt and help our cause.
MEMORIAL OR TRIBUTE GIFTS
Honoring a loved one, whether living or deceased, through a charitable gift to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a particularly meaningful act of paying tribute to someone. It also assures that worthwhile values continue to enhance the world around us. Memorial and tribute gifts allow you to thoughtfully remember family members, friends and others who have been a vital part of your life.
There are memorial gifts for every occasion, such as Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, birthdays, baptisms, confirmations, Christmas, marriages, funerals or special acknowledgments. Consider the possibilities of gifts of cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds or an estate.
Making a planned gift to the Sacramento Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul can help us further the Society’s mission. Planned giving is an opportunity for you to leave a legacy while getting favorable tax benefits during your lifetime or toward your estate. Please consult with your legal or tax professional if you are considering a planned gift to St. Vincent de Paul.
CHARITABLE TAX DEDUCTION
The Internal Revenue Service classifies the St. Vincent de Paul Society as a 501(c)(3) (charitable organization).
All contributions are tax deductible as allowed under IRS guidelines.
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS APPEAL
Details for 2022 to be posted soon.
THRIFT STORE DONATIONS
Our Thrift Store in Sacramento provides these charitable operations:
Free or low-cost clothing, household goods, furniture and beds (in cooperation with our conferences throughout the greater Sacramento metropolitan area)
Beds for refugee relocation (in cooperation with Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services)
Counseling, resources and direct assistance through our on-site Ozanam Resource Center
Job placement and training through Store employment
Will you Support Our Store (SOS) through a major one-time gift or ongoing gifts?
Our Thrift Store needs angels! Learn more...
ANNUAL BENEFIT DINNER FOR THE POOR
16th Annual Benefit for the Poor took place on April 29, 2022
DISASTER RELIEF APPEAL
On behalf of the Vincentians of the Sacramento Diocesan Council, we continue to ask for your financial support for local disaster relief.
As you know, in the summer of 2018, the town of Paradise and surrounding area was hit by the most devastating fire in the State's history, referred to as the "Camp fire." The Sacramento Diocesan Council has supported the ongoing need for relief by establishing case managers for the continued requests for help.