169 N Central Ave
Marshfield, WI 54449
•The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a world wide organization founded in Paris, France in 1833 by Frederic Ozanam for the purpose of serving the needy with food, clothing, housing and guidance.
•The society has been active in Marshfield since 1923.
•The Marshfield SVDP Council coordinates the Society's activities in the Marshfield area. In cooperation with the Marshfield Council, parish groups called conferences serve the needy of their areas.
•The SVDP Thrift Store was established to serve the needy. It has grown and provides clothing, furniture, household items, books, sport equipment, etc. Proceeds from the Thrift Store are the primary source of funds with which to operate the Outreach Department.
•In addition to operating a Food Pantry, the Outreach Department provides Counseling Services, Medical Clinic, Emergency Meals, Lodging, Transportation, and Medicine. It also dispenses Thrift Store merchandise to those in need.
•Space is provided in the SVDP building for a Christian Video and Book Library, Salvation Army and Birthright office. Every person on our staff is an important part of the Society's effort to assist the needy in a Christian spirit. We serve all people without regard for age, sex, race, or religious beliefs.
•Welcome to Marshfield Wisconsin and OUR St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store and Outreach. Marshfield is located on Hwy 13 and 97 in the center of Wisconsin. Our Thrift Store and Outreach are located on our main street.
Community, Volunteerism & Philanthropy, Homeless, Hunger & Poverty, Religion & Spiritual