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Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVP)
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Who are we The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVP), a lay Catholic mission, was introduced to Singapore in 1883. Subsequently, SSVP (National Council of Singapore) was established as a registered charity in 1961. Our members, known as Vincentians, befriend and journey with the poor and marginalised whom we call our Friends-In-Need (FIN)-regardless of their race, nationality and religion - bringing them hope to lead resilient and dignified lives.
 

Our Vision That the poor and marginalised whom we serve become self reliant and lead fulfilling and dignified lives.
 

Our Mission To serve and journey with the poor and marginalised, regardless of their race, nationality and religion, bringing them hope for a better life and a better future.
 

VINCENTIAN WAY OF LIFE IS CENTRED ON FOUR PRINCIPLES

  1. Ministry Reach out and provide holistic assistance to the poor and marginalised; to serve our FINS with respect to their dignity.

  2. Fellowship Journey as a community towards a wholesome Christian life and working together for a common purpose.

  3. Spirituality A service as a way of acting on one's faith and responding to God's call to love God and one's neighbor.

  4. Transforming Lives Involve more parishioners in building a missionary church through SSVP work.

 

To donate directly to SSVP, please issued the cheque to: SSVP St Teresa. Cheque can be mailed to the Church of St Teresa or dropped off at the church office.

For all enquiries on volunteering, please send your email to: stteresa@ssvpsingapore.org.

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