The St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco provides human services to nearly 1,000 men, women and children every day through a spectrum of programs. Our mission is to offer hope and service on a direct person-to-person basis, working to break the cycles of homelessness, and domestic violence. We are a non-profit organization that serves and employs all people without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, gender, pregnancy and related conditions, age, weight, height, disabilities, political affiliation, marital status, Veteran, National Guard or Reserve status, genetic predispositions or medical condition, sexual identity or sexual orientation.
Founded in San Francisco in 1860, the St. Vincent de Paul Society has grown to become one of the city's major human service providers. Our programs include the largest shelter for homeless people in Northern California and the city's largest continuum of shelters and services for battered women and their children.
The SVDP staff consists of approximately 100 women and men in 4 locations throughout San Francisco who represent varied cultural/ethnic communities, economic classes, religious beliefs, and sexual identities. We are committed to maintaining a work environment that values and fosters diversity in both its programmatic initiatives and staffing.