We welcome those who wish to become Vincentians in order to help those in need and participate in communal spiritual growth.  We work together to help those in need and want to share with you the joy of service in conducting home visits, organizing clothing drives, providing holiday meals at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter, managing our website, serving communion to those in assisted living locations, and much, much more. We pray and study together to deepen our faith and would welcome your unique contribution.  We look forward to discussing the many ways in which your energy and talents may help us all to serve and grow.  We hope God is calling you to join us! Email us at if you are interested.

Our Team

All of our dedicated members are volunteers ensuring nearly100% of all donations are used to help those in need. We come from a diverse background of different cultures, ages and economic levels. As parishioners from St. Agnes Parish and St. Camillus Parish of the Arlington Catholic Collaborative, we work together to serve those in need.

President – Tung Huynh
Vice President – Ann Marie Black
Treasurer – Dick Cullinane
Secretary – Rob Moran

Members and Partners


On Monday of Holy Week, St. Vincent de Paul Conference of Arlington members and friends
met in the Fidelity House gym to assemble and deliver special Easter dinners to 66 Arlington
families. Gifts from St. Agnes and St. Camillus parishioners, donations from Stop&Shop,
handmade Spring cards from the Arlington Recreation Kid Care After School Program, a special
donation of loaves of bread, assistance from the CPARL staff, and the continued support from
Fidelity House made this project to share food and the Easter Joy of Christ’s resurrection with
families successful.
Our Conference is particularly grateful to Arlington EATS for the generous grants and donations
which have allowed us to increase the number of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter holiday
meals we delivered between November and April despite significantly increased food costs.

Member Spotlight
Diane M.

I volunteer with SVDP CPARL because, in this often cruel and very difficult world, we need more and more followers of Jesus' mandate to minister to those who are less fortunate when he said, "Inasmuch as you have done it to one of the least of these my brothers, you have done it to me." (Matthew 25:34)

Stephen R.

I find that with SVDP spirituality we can provide a hand up to those who are down and seek to “do whatever good is at our hands.” (Frederick Ozanam) Prayer and action, hot or cold, never lukewarm, and an attitude of Christ’s beatitudes enables SVDP Arlington to answer the calls, meet people where they are at, and remember all in our prayers.