Wednesday May 20  Omaha GIVES!
Omaha will be giving from midnight to midnight on May 20. Minimum is $1.00 with no maximum. Schedule a donation now through May 19, or join us on the 20th!
Our Mission
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a network of friends, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world through personal relationships with and service to people in need. 
Serving the Omaha area since 1868, we are part of an international organization, linked by the common mission of our patron St. Vincent de Paul.  
We appreciate all of the foods that has been donated! Current needs are peanut butter, canned vegetables, pasta, and canned beans. Drop off on Monday or Wednesday morning.

Watch for the WOWT Food Drive Thursday June 4th!

Pantry drive through hours: Tuesday and Thursday
9:00am - 12:30pm, 2101 Leavenworth
We are happy to train a person into a new role or bring on an experienced pro who wants to make a difference in our community. Please call 402-341-1688
We would also welcome any volunteers back in the stores when you feel ready!
Please contact
Get an additional 20% off!
Tuesday: Shoppers over 55
Wednesday: Military and First Responders Some exclusions apply, see stores for details. Shopping at the stores supports our whole mission.
SVdP Thrift Stores
Northwest Store: 5505 N. 90th St | Mon-Sat 9a-8p, Sun 12-5p | 402-502-7837
Downtown Store: 2101 Leavenworth S+t | Mon-Sat: 9a-6p | 402-341-4942
Papillion Store: 807 Tara Pl | Mon-Sat 9a-6p | 402-593-4055
South Omaha Store: 5037 S. 24th St | Mon-Sat 9a-6p | 402-733-3500

Thank you to this great group from Embassy Suites!
Volunteer gardeners/weeders/landscapers welcome at both gardens! Please contact: v
The Holy Family Lunch Ministry continues to make and hand out 250-300 sack lunches every day , Monday through Friday. We have added a delivery of boxes of lunches each day to seniors at Park North and Park South Towers near Hanscom Park in collaboration with Beautiful Gate Ministry . Donations earmarked for Holy Family Ministries will be used to buy sandwich meats from local grocers.

The lunch program is in need of a few more volunteers willing to commit to two hours one day a week making the lunches. COVID-19 safety precautions are in place, and there is no contact with our visitors at the door for most of our volunteers. We will welcome older teen volunteers, who come either with a parent, a sibling, or a friend.

The poor and homeless who come to the church door for lunches have been asking for and increasingly wearing face masks, which is a positive change. We need more handmade masks to distribute to our neighbors.
Please contact us if you can help:
The Door Ministry was closed during April, and we are preparing to re-open soon with COVID-19 safety in mind. We will give away clothing and personal goods to visitors at a new door and from a new room of the church. An inventory of pants, shirts, jackets, socks, underwear, shoes, belts, and personal hygiene items will be provided by SVdP store and warehouse staff, thanks to your donations to SVdP.
Father Taylor Leffler, Associate Pastor of St. Wenceslaus Church, will share how St. Teresa of Calcutta (a.k.a., Mother Teresa) intervened in his life following a dream on the eve of the Feast of St. Joseph and has been his spiritual guide ever since. We think you will enjoy it!  

Saturday June 13th 11:00am - 12:00pm

Live stream guest speaker, raffle and more!

Your support is greatly appreciated!
If you or someone you know is in need of assistance:
 Helpline: 402-346-5445