Helping Our Neighbors in Need

Port St. Vincent de Paul

Port St. Vincent has existed since 1976. It functions as a "port in the storm of life" for low income men.

Three nourishing meals a day are served. Hot showers, clean linen, and a free washer and dryer for clothes are provided. A staff member is on duty 24 hours a day. Some men need emergency shelter and stay less than a week. Some need to save enough money in order to move into their own apartment. They stay less than four months. Some men are not able to live entirely independently. They view the Port as their home.

The Port strives to treat each man with respect and as a unique individual. There are several volunteer opportunities. Please contact the director to see how you can be part of the Port's ministry.


District Council of Madison Wisconsin  
2013 Society Of St Vincent de Paul All Rights Reserved  

Give online
Give to stores
Give your car 


Help at the Pantry

Shop Stores

Check our event
for details
on thrift store events!