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The Saint Vincent de Paul Conference

St. Vincent de Paul

Organizational Information

Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization

To assist needy families in Indiana County.

History of Organization

The St. Vincent de Paul Conference has been in existence to assist needy families in Indiana County since the 1940's. It originated at St. Bernard of Clairvaux, but now includes the parishes of Our Lady of the Assumption, Church of the Resurrection, and St. Thomas More University Parish. Through monetary donations from the community as well as income generated by the Thrift Store, the Conference assists an increasing number of Indiana County families each year.

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

Nicholas Kolb -  President

Contact Person(s)

Nicholas Kolb - President

Contact Number(s)

Help Line: 724-471-2210

Service Information

Service Area

Indiana County

Service Description

Individuals are instructed to call the Help Line to arrange for an appointment with a volunteer interviewer associated with the Conference. Needs involve payments for rent, mortgage, fuel for heating, electricity, water, telephone, and medical bills. Other examples include eyeglasses, automobile repair, gasoline, burial costs, and food. The Interviewer submits a recommendation to the board regarding funding.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments

Call the Help Line at 724-471-2210

Miscellaneous Information

Volunteer Use


Volunteer Need


Volunteer Description

The caseload for the interviewers has increased sustantially in recent years. There is a critical need for more volunteers to interview families. Call 724-471-2210 or 724-465-2210 for more info.