• National Council Privacy Policy

    This document sets out the principles that the St Vincent de Paul Society (‘the Society’) has adopted in relation to the protection and handling of personal information.

  • National Council Privacy Collection Statement

    Privacy Collection Statement St Vincent de Paul Society National Council of Australia Incorporated (ABN 50 748 098 845) is the superior council of the Society in Australia which includes six State Councils and two Territory Councils (the Society or we,...

  • State and Territory Privacy Policies

    The St Vincent de Paul Society operates in all states and territories in Australia. To view privacy and confidentiality policy in your state or territory click on the link below.

  • Combatting Modern Slavery Policy

    We are committed to combatting modern slavery in the operations and the supply chains of all entities that make up the Society in Australia.

  • Whistleblower Policy

    SUMMARY: WHISTLEBLOWER POLICY OVERVIEW The St Vincent de Paul Society National Council of Australia Inc. (‘the Society’) has developed its Whistleblower Protection Policy as a key initiative to promote the Society’s culture of...

  • Complaints Management Policy

    The purpose of National Council's Complaints Management Policy is to provide guidance to directors, officers, employees and volunteers regarding receiving and managing complaints made about our products, services and employees our complaint handling...

  • National Council Code of Conduct

    The National Council Code of Conduct outlines the behaviours and responsibilities members of National Council and representatives of the Association are to adhere to while fulfilling duties and responsibilities as members of National Council. The...

  • Safeguarding Policy

    National Council, on behalf of the Society in Australia, commits to protecting the safety and wellbeing of all children and adults at risk who come into contact with the Society in Australia.

  • Working Together Guidelines

    The intent behind these guidelines is to provide a reference for interactions when the Society’s members, volunteers and employees work together.