OUR IMPACT 2020/21

THE YEAR BY NUMBERS

During the past financial year, the members, volunteers, staff, donors, and supporters of the St Vincent de Paul Society NSW have been there for people in times of need. Through our network of services and member-based Conferences, we have helped people find crisis and permanent accommodation, address drug and alcohol dependency, escape domestic violence, have enough food to avoid skipping meals, and have a sense of certainty during the upheaval of the coronavirus. 

See below the impact we have been able to make over the course of 2020/21. For a more detailed summary of our work assisting people experiencing hardship and disadvantage, refer to the reporting under the Strategic Plan pillars in this annual report.

PROVIDING SUPPORT
AND ASSISTANCE

0

the number of visits our members
made to people’s homes, hospitals,
aged care facilities and prisons to
offer support

0

people supported by our
health, housing and homelessness
services and day centres

0

total number of people assisted
by our members

PROVIDING FOOD
AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

$0

the amount of assistance
provided by our state-wide
network of members

0%

of people seeking assistance from our
members was due to a shortage of food

0

the number of meals served up by
the Nagle Centre in Campbelltown

PROVIDING
HEALTHCARE

0

doses of COVID-19
vaccine given in the
space of 12 weeks at
our Woolloomooloo clinic

0

people were provided
with healthcare through the
Matthew Talbot Clinic

0

people assisted to manage
drug and alcohol addiction

ASSISTING THOSE WITH A DISABILITY

0

people supported by our disability
and community inclusion programs

0

people were assisted with employment opportunities,
recreation and leisure programs,
and respite and outreach facilities.

0

people found social inclusion
and skills support at the
Ozanam Learning Centre

BUSHFIRE AND FLOOD SUPPORT

$0

allocated to Community Development
Grants for people affected by the
Black Summer bushfires

$0

in relief funds distributed to people
affected by the NSW floods

0

projects by grassroots organisations
benefiting from the first two rounds
of Community Bushfire Grants

PROVIDING HOUSING
AND SOCIAL
SUPPORT

0

women experiencing domestic and family
violence supported with crisis accommodation
and outreach case management

0

people helped to secure
permanent accommodation

0

tenants who found
a home at our 502 social and
affordable housing units