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Society of St. Vincent de Paul Fosters Young Leaders at First Millennial Loteria Event


On April 18, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston hosted its first Millennial Loteria Night fostering connections with young individuals passionate about serving their communities. The vibrant event provided a space for participants to engage in meaningful conversations and build connections. As stewards of the Society's legacy, nurturing and empowering the next generation of leaders is essential, equipping them with the tools and support needed to drive positive change.


The Society embraces the enthusiasm and creativity of young members, ensuring its mission remains vibrant and responsive to the evolving needs of those it serves. These individuals bring immense value, serving as a vital source of energy, innovation and forward-thinking vision. With their fresh perspectives and eagerness to make a difference, young volunteers play a crucial role in keeping the Society dynamic and relevant.




The Society is committed to welcoming, guiding and inspiring new young members, inviting them to contribute their unique talents and ideas. By fostering intergenerational connections and harnessing the passions of younger generations, the Society strengthens its ability to uphold its mission of compassion and service for years to come.


To learn more about the Society or how you can get involved, please email vincentianservices@svdphouston.org.



Established in 1871, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston is a 501(c)(3) faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to spiritual growth through compassionate service. Spanning 10 counties in the greater Houston area, the Society operates through a network of 56 parish-based Conferences, more than 1,700 volunteers (Vincentians), and localized food pantries. Core programs provide home visits, food and financial assistance, resiliency support, and disaster relief to neighbors in need throughout the Galveston-Houston community.

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