Society of St. Vincent De Paul

Ss. Peter and Paul the Apostles Conference
2850 75th Street W. Bradenton, FL 3420


25th Anniversary Benefit Dinner A Success!

The 25th Anniversary of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society conference Ss Peter and Paul the Apostles Church celebration was a huge success. On Friday evening November 18th, 2016 members and supporter of Saint Vincent de Paul gathered in the Msgr Moretti Center to celebrate 25 years of serving the needs of others. We broke beard together enjoyed the company of new and old friends. While enjoying all the festivities the attendees also provided support through the purchase of raffle tickets which garnered winners with great prizes. We also enjoyed some great talent from parishioners ranging from dance to comedy and of course singing. In fact the entertainment was so good that though we won’t be celebrating our 25th Anniversary next year we will be holding a benefit dinner and “talent show” in the future, so please watch for the date and come join us in the fun!.

The 2016 Giving Challenge

WE DID IT!!!!!!!!!  With the matching gifts from the Patterson Foundation, we made just over $26,000. We want to thank all those who gave so generously!  Without you we could not have done it. Thank you and God Bless you. Your gifts will go a long way in helping our neighbors in need.

Please watch for the next Giving Challenge in May 2018.

Yearly Stuff the Bus In support of the Food Bank Of Manatee

Volunteers from Saint Vincent de Paul Society Ss Peter and Paul Church Conference partnered with Boy Scout Troop # 64 in collecting food for Stuff the Bus outside the 75th and Manatee Ave Publix on August 28th. This once a year event helps to provide food to the Food Bank of Manatee. The Food Bank then distributes food to non-profit agencies including food pantries, soup kitchens and churches. These agencies, including Saint Vincent de Paul Society make the food available throughout the year to those in need of nutritional assistance.

Great Day for the 4th Annual Walk for the Poor