The St Vincent de Paul Society is comprised of members and volunteers who work actively in the community to combat systemic poverty, inequality and crippling isolation. A member is a person who embraces and is committed to a Catholic ethos of the Society. Members meets regularly with fellow members and seeks to live out the mission of the Society by taking part in the work of the Society in service to people in need in their local community.
St Vincent de Paul Society Tasmania's Dining with Friends program aims to combat social isolation and build community connections by bringing together volunteers and people who are isolated or lonely to share a meal and socialize in a safe and welcoming space.
Vinnies Stores in Tasmania provide affordable and quality second-hand goods to the community while generating funds to support St. Vincent de Paul Society's programs and services, and are open to welcoming anyone with a flair for fashion or styling.
Vinnies’ Vans, a part of St Vincent de Paul Society in Tasmania, travel to various locations across the North and North West to provide food, drinks, and essential items to people experiencing homelessness and those in need.
Loui's Vans, operated by the St Vincent de Paul Society, provides food, drinks, and essential items to people experiencing homelessness and those in need in and around Hobart.
The St Vincent de Paul Society Tasmania has warehouses that play a critical role in their operations by storing, sorting, and distributing donated items to their shops and other outlets while also supporting the environment by minimizing waste and landfill.
Marillac House program in Launceston offers affordable accommodation for people who have to travel for medical reasons, reducing the financial burden on them and their families.
The St Vincent de Paul Society Tasmania's Bethlehem House facility is a crisis accommodation and support service for men who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of homelessness.
St Vincent Industries is a social enterprise operated by the St Vincent de Paul Society Tasmania, providing employment opportunities and skills training to people living with a disability, while volunteers can help with sorting, administrative tasks, and planning extracurricular social and lifestyle events for workers.
Tas Textiles, a social enterprise operated by St Vincent de Paul Society Tasmania, offers clothing manufacturing, embroidery services, and soft toy production while providing people living with a disability with meaningful employment opportunities, valuable skills training, and a safe working environment.
Vincent Industries is a social enterprise operated by St Vincent de Paul Society Tasmania, providing employment opportunities and skills training to people living with a disability while producing rags and selling them to local businesses, becoming a valuable service to the community and a preferred supplier of fabric products.