Secondary level students can form a High School Conference. A High School Conference is a group of students in a Catholic secondary school whose members meet regularly, under the auspice of the St Vincent de Paul Society, to make a difference by doing good works. A High School Conference is more than just a social justice group – it’s a group of people who seek to live out their faith through action, exemplified in their Vincentian spirituality.
Conferences are a great way to make a difference in the community, put your faith into action, meet like-minded people, learn to be a role model and develop leadership skills, experience a suite of new activities and to push yourself beyond your comfort zone. Once you’ve graduated, you can continue your involvement in one of our Youth Conferences.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
FAQs about Vinnies, its works and history can be found in the About section on this website.
How do I find out more?
Simply click on one of the links below to find out more about how your school can get involved with Vinnies in your state or territory.