Why donate to Society of St. Vincent de Paul?

One of the oldest and most effective charitable organizations in the world, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a Catholic lay organization of some 700,000 men and women throughout the world who voluntarily join together to grow spiritually and offer person-to-person service to the needy and people living in poverty in the 142 countries on five continents. With the U.S headquarters in St. Louis, Mo., Membership in the United States totals more than 172,000 in 4,600 communities.

Programs include:

  • home visits
  • housing assistance
  • disaster relief
  • clothing
  • transportation and utility costs
  • care for the elderly
  • and medicine

St. Vincent de Paul provides more than 648,000 visits to people in their homes, and delivers more than 7 million service hours to those in need, regardless of race, religion, or national origin.

Financial donations


Online credit card donations provide direct and immediate support, and they greatly diminish our administrative time and cost. Please consider a monthly pledge, which ensures our ability to help people all year long.

Make a financial donation


If you prefer, you can mail your contribution to:

St. Vincent de Paul
244 Main Ave. S.
Twin Falls, Idaho 83301

Please make checks payable to:
St. Vincent de Paul Twin Falls

Planned giving

Planned Giving provides several tangible benefits to donors, depending on the specific plan:

  • Income tax deductions
  • Reduced or eliminated capital gains taxes
  • Lifetime incomes for yourself and your spouse
  • Reduced or eliminated estate taxes
  • Preserved financial assets
  • Reduced or eliminated gift taxes

The most common types of planned gifts are:

  • Outright Gifts

  • Life Income Gifts

  • Remainder Trusts

  • Real Estate

  • Lead Trusts

  • Life Insurance Gifts

  • Gifts Through Your Estate

Give a planned gift.

These are some of the easiest ways to provide for your family, remember the Society, and realize tax advantages. Planned gifts require the services of a professional to complete. You will need an attorney, accountant, bank trust officer, financial planner, insurance professional, or, at times, all of these. We strongly advise you to discuss any and all financial plans with a professional advisor.

If you would like more information on Planned Giving and including the Society in your estate plans, please call the St. Vincent de Paul office at (208)734-9143