St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati

A network of neighbors, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world

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MISSION: A network of neighbors, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world through personal relationships with and service to people in need.

SERVING OUR COMMUNITY: For over 150 years, St. Vincent de Paul has provided compassionate care for people in need throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Over 1,100 volunteers, based at Catholic parishes, visit the homes of their neighbors and offer material, emotional, and spiritual assistance. St. Vincent de Paul also serves the community through its Don & Phyllis Neyer Outreach Center, providing an anchor for its innovative social services and outreach programs. It operates the only stand-alone Charitable Pharmacy serving southwest Ohio; eight thrift stores that provide no-cost furniture, clothing, and household items to people in need; a network of neighborhood food pantries, including the Becky & Ted Catino Choice Food Pantry in the West End; and the Ozanam Center for Service Learning.

Mike Dunn, Executive Director
Sunnie Johnson-Lain, Senior Director of Services
Jim Wenstrup, Director of Stores
Tom Roberts, Director of Conferences
Claire Luby-Colton, Director of External Relations
Cindy Hammerstrom, Director of Finance
Brian Combs, Director of Operations
Rusty Curington, Director of Pharmacy
Alison Zlatic, Cincinnati District Council President
John Sawyer, Chairperson, Board of Directors
Cindy Givens, Vice President, Board of Directors
Kelly Postlewaite, Treasurer, Board of Directors
Ron Christian, Secretary, Board of Directors

• Your purchases from St. Vincent de Paul’s eight Greater Cincinnati thrift stores help provide assistance with basic needs, such as food or utilities, to people in your neighborhood. Visit for a list of locations.

Donate Items
• St. Vincent de Paul accepts a wide range of items as donations, including clothing, furniture, kitchenware, household appliances, cars and more. Call (513) 421-CARE for a free home pickup.

Donate Funding
• You can help provide basic necessities to neighbors through a monetary donation at

• Whether you’re looking to become a regular volunteer or are seeking a onetime service opportunity for your school or business, there are dozens of ways to get involved. Visit to get started.

1125 Bank St.
Cincinnati, OH 45214
(513) 562-8841

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