Jesus in the Cross

Saint Vincent De Paul Program

The Vincent de Paul Society was established at All Saints in 1973. The society serves three areas in the parish: Don Bosco, Dixon Place and Scarlett Road Courts communities.

Our Parish runs a St. Vincent De Paul Program to support families and individuals in need; we provide food vouchers to help them with groceries and other basic items. If you or anyone you know would like to be assisted by this program, please contact the parish office. The SVDP program provides help every 4 months and especially during Christmas time; the only requirement is to live within our Parish boundaries. The information collected is strictly confidential.

Young parishioners are encouraged to volunteer

For information please contact Manny Poulo, President of the All Saints Chapter at the parish office. Phone: 416-244-3066 ext 6.

Our special works in Toronto include:

Saint Vincent de Paul Society History

‚ÄčToronto website

In 1833, Frederic Ozanam, and a group of students from the Sorbonne University were challenged to prove their faith in Christ through action, not just words. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul was formed when they took up this challenge and began to work with the desperately poor in Paris. Developing a simple system, they went in teams to the poor in their homes, in the streets, in the hospitals and the asylums. Adopting as their patron St. Vincent de Paul, a 16th century cleric renowned for his work with the poor, the Society arose from humble beginnings to become an international organization found in 130 countries with one million members.

Helping those in need is important and very worthwhile. The desire to help the poor and others in need is part of what calls and drives the Vincentian (the volunteer, lay member of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul). The member also views this service as a way of acting on their faith and responding to God’s call to love God and our neighbour.


Mandate of the Stores Division

The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Stores’ Division bears witness to our Christian faith through the solicitude and care of those who lack adequate clothing and furniture. We act as an intermediary between people who wish to donate and those in need.

“Service to the poor is the service of Christ himself.” Therefore the Society aspires to serve and become part of communities that are economically disadvantaged.

The Stores’ Division endeavors to integrate the benevolent assistance provided by Vincentians, local Parishes and community volunteers in meeting the needs of justice and charity in the community.

Society of Saint Vincent de Paul – Retail Store Locations

Etobicoke – 60 Newcastle Street
Store and Warehouse Outlet (Royal York and Evans)
Tuesday to Saturday,  9 – 4
phone: (416) 503-2472