Donate to help families with the most urgent needs! 

Your gift will provide transformational change and help them get established 

  • Diapers (Sizes 5 & 6)
  • Baby Wipes
  • Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Lotion
  • Razors
  • Shaving Cream
  • Maxi Pads / Tampons
  • Pull ups size 2T-3T & 4T-5T
  • Deodorant (unisex)
  • Towels
  • Twin sheets
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Hand soaps
  • Pillows/Comforters/Blankets (new & used)
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Ziplock bags (gallon size)
  • Laundry baskets

Contact Erin Ness at 456-4172 x 113 or for more information

Success Stories

With our help, our clients can get back on their feet. Here are just a few stories of their success.

Marcia’s Story

Marcia’s Story   Nothing is stronger than a mother's love for her child, especially when it comes to Marcia's love for her son. Having experienced homelessness five times in her life, beginning in her childhood, Marcia is absolutely determined this will be the last time that…


Tim and Carlotta Cromwell have been married for over 20 years and have 4 beautiful children. Their 3 youngest children, Michael, Rachel and Joshua live with them here at Vincent House, and their oldest daughter, Kathyrn, who has already graduated from high school lives temporarily with a friend. Michael is going into his…


In 2013, Rikki was living in her own place, supporting herself and her son and had just found out she was pregnant with her second child. Rikki suddenly lost her job and soon after her car broke down. With no income, Rikki was unable to get her car…


After an unfortunate layoff, Jon’s family had no other choice but to split up. Brady’s mom left with Brady’s brother and two sisters to live with her family, and Jon and little Brady were on their own. As unemployment income ran out and his…


In September of 2013, after completing the Charis House Program Sherry moved into a Village home on Reed Street. With the help of Vincent Village, she was able to strengthen her family as her children were reunited with her. She was also able to find herself…