Our Conference

These are the conferences we work with

Introduction

The St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) Society is a world wide organization founded by Frederick Ozanam in Paris, France, in 1833. Ozanam was a 20 year old man inspired by the principles of St. Vincent de Paul in the early 1600’s. St. Vincent de Paul vowed his life to serving the poor with humble service.

The St. Vincent de Paul Society work is a quiet, behind the scenes non-profit organization (501 C-3). The work performed by the lay people of the society are referred to as Vincentians. the Vincentians visit and help the sick, poor, and needy with counseling, vouchers and spiritual guidance. Monies generated by the store operations go toward medical, housing, clothing, personal needs and organizations serving our common goal.

St. Vincent de Paul of Ozaukee County

There are five conferences in the Ozaukee County council.

  • St. Joseph – Grafton
  • St. Francis Borgia – Cedarburg
  • S. John XXIII – Port Washington/Saukville
  • Lumen Christi – Mequon/Thiensville
  • Divine Savior –  Lake Church, Fredonia, Belgium

Store Hours

Store/Drop Off Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: Closed

Holiday Hours:
New Year's Eve: Closed
New  Year's Day:  Closed
Memorial Day:  Closed
Fourth of July:  Closed
Labor Day:  Closed
Thanksgiving:  Closed
Christmas Eve: Closed
Christmas Day:  Closed

Contact Information

Store Manager:
Tom Beilfuss
tombeilfuss@sbcglobal.net

Street Address:
St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store
2673 Hwy C
Port Washington WI 53074
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Mailing Address:
St. Vincent de Paul Country Thrift Store
P. O. Box 59
Port Washington WI 53074

Phone: (262) 284-4637
Email: svdpozco@sbcglobal.net