St. Vincent de Paul Society

The Saint Vincent de Paul Society is the oldest and most influential lay ministry of the Catholic Church. Our SVDP Society consists of members from both St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and Holy Apostles. We assist individuals and families in crises, who are residents of New Berlin, regardless of church affiliation. The assistance can include emergency rent, utilities, food, clothing, household goods, and referral services. We work to get people “back on their feet.”

St. Vincent de Paul Clothing Drive - May, 2021

On behalf of the Holy Apostles-Seton St. Vincent dePaul Society, thank you for your support of our spring clothing drive. This event supports the SVdP stores in Waukesha, Oconomowoc and Pewaukee. Your generous donations of clothing and household items filled our truck and will be greatly appreciated by our neighbors in need.

At Seton we are fortunate to support St. Vincent dePaul in two ways. One is our meal program on the 5th Wed of the month. The other is our combined Holy Apostles-Seton SVdP conference, which works with neighbors in need in the New Berlin area.  Our mission is to help the needy in our community. We are able to accomplish this through donations and one-on-one contact of volunteers with individuals and families.

The next clothing drive is scheduled for September 17 & 18, 2022.

We thank you for your generosity!
Your St. Vincent de Paul Society

Date: Meet monthly, first Thursday of the month
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Holy Apostles Parish, New Berlin, WI
Contact: Debra Pscheid, 414-870-2310, or send us a message 

Our mission is to help the needy in countless ways, primarily through one on one contact of volunteers with individuals and families. We accomplish this mission through parish and community based groups and through special projects throughout the year. We are in need of members who can assist or those who can contribute to one or more of our various projects throughout the year. We accept and are always thankful for financial contributions, which in turn allow us to maintain our helping others in need. Prayers always needed.