Our community impact for the first half of 2023
hot meals served by the Community Kitchen
bags of groceries via 663 family visits to the the Food Pantry
dollars awarded in emergency financial assistance through Advocacy
new families who enrolled in the Food Pantry program
bags of clothing distributed by the Clothes Closet to 754 clients
Thank you to the Winnacunnet High School National Honor Society for organizing a coat drive to help keep our neighbors warm this winter!
Our thanks to the Hampton Service Credit Union for collecting 84 pounds of food donations at their location at 887 Lafayette Road. They will continue to collect donations through the new year so stop by with your non-perishable donation!
The NH Tackles Hunger Food drive was a great success! We received 497 pounds of food from the week-long drive at Winnacunnet H.S. and at the WHS/EHS football game.
Thanks to all of our volunteers who helped make our annual paper shred/food drive a success! We received 508 pounds of food and a total of $2,571 in donations!
We had an uplifting quarterly meeting and BBQ despite Tropical Storm Lee’s threatening weather on Sept. 16th.
Thanks to chefs Mike Haddad & Jim Fernald for manning the grills
Congratulations to Lisa for receiving the Vita Et Caritas Award from the Diocese of Manchester!
Our FABULOUS new mural on the Clothes Closet/ Community Kitchen building! Sponsored by Hampton Rotary and painted by Alyssa Pine.
Who We Are
Saint Vincent de Paul – Hampton is a Volunteer only 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that has served the residents of Hampton, North Hampton. Hampton Falls, Seabrook, and Rye for 25 years. We partner with more than 70 local government and religious service providers to meet the needs of our neighbors.
In 2022, the Community Kitchen served 4,072 meals and made 271 home deliveries.
1,064 families visited the Food Pantry receiving 93,332 pounds of food.
The Clothes Closet was visited by 1,245 clients who received 1,150 bags of clothing including 233 winter coats.
We deliver food to the Dearborn House and The Meadows once a month and on a case-by-case basis will deliver food to clients who do not have transportation.