The Mission of 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.” The conference provides assistance to our friends in the Sudbury community including connecting our friends to a variety of programs offered including:
During Home Visits, Vincentians bring hope and financial resources to neighbors in need through assistance with rent, food, clothing, and other emergency needs. Along the way, we develop friendships with those in need, listening and praying together. You can Contact Us to schedule a home visit with one of our conference members.
Are you having trouble paying your rent or mortgage because of the COVID-19 pandemic? Have you lost your job or lost income during the Covid-19 health crisis? Are you at risk of becoming homeless? The Department of Housing and Community Development is ready to help families in need during the COVID-19 health crisis. The Emergency Housing Assistance during COVID-19 program might be able to help. For more general assistance with housing in Sudbury, review A Guide to Preserving and Finding Housing.
The Sudbury Senior Center offers both van and volunteer provided transportation to residents 60 and older, as well as residents with a disability. However, there are other options for travel within Sudbury and out of town. The Sudbury Council on Aging created a listing of other transportation options. The following is a list of some of the Transportation options in the Sudbury area. This list does not constitute a recommendation, only information for an individual to consider for their needs. Should you need additional information, please contact Information Specialist Anne Manning, LMHC, at the Senior Center at 978-443-3055 or email@example.com, or contact the individual resources listed below. Other transportation services can be found the Local Transportation Guide.
The Sudbury Food Pantry, located at Our Lady of Fatima church on Concord Road in Sudbury, provides food assistance to those in need. Additional information regarding some of the other local food assistance locations can be found in the Food Pantry Guide.
The Town of Sudbury Social Worker provides resources, referrals, and public health education to town residents of all ages. Project Just Because (508 435-6511), located at 109 South Street, Hopkinton MA 01748 is a non denomination organization that provides general assistance for those in need.
Clothing and Thrift Stores
Receiving and distributing millions of pounds of clothing, thousands of pieces of furniture, and tons of household goods, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a major U. S. recycler. The lightly used items we provide to the poor at no cost can dramatically improve the quality of their lives. Revenues produced by store operations help subsidize our local outreach efforts. More information can be found on the SVDP Boston web site or find a local thrift store near you.. Other clothing assistance can be found in the local Clothing Assistance Guide