2023 Annual Report

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Society of St. Vincent de Paul–Cincinnati Annual Report 20 23

A Message from our CEO

Dear friends,

As I reflect on our 2023 fiscal year at St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati, I am filled with gratitude for our donors, volunteers, and supporters like you, who helped us rise to the challenge of serving our neighbors during an unprecedented year.

As our neighbors faced growing obstacles, we grappled with how we could both meet the heightened needs of many and continue to engage each person on an individual level – all with unique circumstances, worries, dreams and stories of their own.

What emerged from these challenges was a profound testament to the collective strength of our community. With unwavering commitment, St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati responded with food for over 87,000 individuals, provided over $5.43 million in emergency rent or utilities assistance to homes across Hamilton County, and dispensed over 80,000 prescriptions to patients who otherwise would have nowhere else to turn.

While our service numbers speak volumes, it’s the individual stories that truly demonstrate the impact of our work over the past year. In this report, you will read the story of Michelle, who was able to avoid eviction and ensure stability for her family, thanks to St. Vincent de Paul. You will meet Aggie and Amanda, a Vincentian and a young mom, who have formed a special bond through our mission. And you will meet Troy, who has found a lifeline of support through the Don & Phyllis Neyer Outreach Center

Hope can’t be quantified. As we reflect on the accomplishments of the past year, I invite you to consider the profound impact your support has had on the individual lives of our neighbors.

Your sustained involvement and support ensure that we are meeting the growing needs of our community and can continue to be a source of compassion and hope for the individuals and families who turn to us in the midst of some of their most difficult moments.

Thank you for being an integral part of our mission. Together, we are not just addressing challenges; we are transforming lives.

With heartfelt gratitude,

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2023 Impact…….... 3 Conferences……... 4 Vincentian Highlight ................. 5 Rent & Utilities Assistance….…...... 6 Thrift Stores............ 7 Charitable Pharmacy…........… 8 Outreach Programs..............10 Seasonal/Holiday Programs……..… 12 Formation & Service Learning..14 Events............…..16 Financials………..17 Donors…….……. 18 Board of Directors………… 24 Legacy of Hope Society….…...….. 26







Your Impact: Fiscal Year 2023


“Let us do without hesitation whatever good lies at our hands.” - Frederic Ozanam

The hands and feet of our organization are our Conferences, volunteer groups centered in faith, friendship and service. Members of these Conferences are known as Vincentians (vin-sen-shuns). Two-by-two, Vincentians visit neighbors in need in their own homes and provide compassionate, dignified assistance and support. Together, in a spirit of justice and charity, they strive to help those who are suffering.

Our Conferences are primarily anchored at local Catholic parishes, serving people who live in the neighborhoods surrounding each parish. The list below includes one young adult Conference, five youth Conferences including one “Minnie Vinnie” Conference, one Special Work Conference, and one Special Work food pantry.

The Cincinnati District Council Conferences and Special Work are:

All Saints/St. Vincent Ferrer

Annunciation/St. MonicaSt. George


Bellarmine Chapel

Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains/ St. Xavier

Church of the Resurrection

Corpus Christi/St. John Neumann

Good Shepherd

Good Shepherd Catholic


Guardian Angels

Holy Family

Holy Trinity

Immaculate Heart of Mary

McNicholas High School

Mount Notre Dame High School

Nativity of Our Lord

Oratory of St. John Vianney

Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of the Rosary/ St. Matthias

Our Lady of the Valley

Our Lady of the Visitation

Our Lady of Victory

Our Lord Christ the King

Resurrection of Our Lord

Roger Bacon High School

San Oscar Romero*

St. Aloysius Gonzaga

St. Ann

St. Antoninus

St. Bartholomew

St. Bernard, Spring Grove Village

St. Bernard, Taylor Creek

St. Boniface

St. Catharine of Siena

St. Cecilia

St. Clare

St. Clement

St. Dominic

St. Gertrude

St. Ignatius of Loyola

St. James of the Valley, Wyoming

St. James the Greater, White Oak

St. John the Baptist, Northgate

St. John the Baptist, Harrison

St. John the Evangelist, Deer Park

St. Joseph, North Bend

St. Joseph, West End

St. Jude, Bridgetown

St. Jude (Young Adult)

St. Margaret Mary

St. Martin of Tours

St. Mary, Aurora, IN

St. Mary, Hyde Park

St. Michael the Archangel

St. Saviour

St. Teresa of Avila

St. Therese Little Flower**

St. Ursula Academy

St. Vivian

St. William

*Special Work Conference

**Special Work food pantry

A Journey of Faith, Service and Friendship

“Jesus says, ‘Come follow me,’ and I’ve gotten the call. I don’t know how else to describe it.”

For Aggie Brackman, becoming a Vincentian is more than an opportunity to serve the community; it’s a calling. As a Vincentian for the St. Catharine of Siena Conference of St. Vincent de Paul, Aggie has helped countless families and individuals in the Westwood neighborhood through times of hardship and uncertainty.

Building personal relationships with those we serve is a touchstone of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. For Aggie, one such relationship that’s grown

from her Vincentian calling is her friendship with Amanda.

Amanda first came to St. Vincent de Paul in search of help with rent and utilities. Coping with losses in her family, Amanda says she was at a very difficult point in her life when she reached out for help. That’s when she met Aggie.

“We just clicked from day one. She saw it in me, that I could do better. And she helped me get back on my feet,” Amanda says.

Over the years, Aggie has been there for Amanda when she needed someone to lean on, helping her navigate everything from housing stability to car troubles. The pair have grown closer over time.

“I don’t have my parents… I call her my godmother. She’s been good to me, and she’s been good to my daughter,” Amanda says.

Aggie says that the relationships she’s built as a Vincentian have helped her grow in friendship and service, and they’ve also helped her to better understand her faith.

“It doesn’t take a lot to really make someone happy. I am happiest with my family. But when I am involved with one of our neighbors, it just fills me up so much.”

Thank you to the 992 Vincentians like Aggie who are the hands and feet of our mission, providing over 70,573 hours of service and innumerable works of mercy over the past year.


Homelessness Prevention

25% of Ohio renters experience severe housing cost burden, spending 50% or more of their income on rent and utilities.
- Source: Ohio Housing

You provide the support that families need to thrive

Michelle, a North College Hill mom of four, is abundant in her gratitude for St. Vincent de Paul. Staff and volunteers who answer calls to the SVDP Help Line are accustomed to hearing the worried and stressed voices of neighbors as they experience times of crisis. On a recent afternoon in the Call Center, the voice at the other end of the phone was enthusiastic and joyful: “I just wanted to say thank you!”

While experiencing some unexpected health issues, Michelle recently had to take time off from her job to recuperate.

Though she regained her health, her recovery left her behind on bills. She began to research her options, worrying what it could mean for her kids if she could not pay for rent. Michelle’s family had lived in their home for the past 11 years, and there was no certainty she would be able to find another place to live within their current school district if they were evicted.

That’s when Michelle reached out to St. Vincent de Paul for help. “They did not judge me and treated me and my family with respect,” she says. Through St. Vincent de Paul’s Homelessness Prevention Program, Michelle

received assistance with one month’s rent, ensuring her family could stay in their home and her children could continue to learn and thrive at their school.

Now back to work, Michelle is emphatic in her appreciation for everyone who helped her on her path to stability. “It is the kindness of so many people, that radiates such warmth in their hearts.”

With your support, St. Vincent de Paul distributed $3,934,369 in rent assistance, and $1,490,915 in utilities assistance in 2023, helping families stay safely in their homes as they rise to the challenges they face.

Thrift Stores

From your donated furniture, a leg up and a fresh start

The 2023 fiscal year broke more records for our seven St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores and one Outlet Store. Thanks to the generosity of our in-kind donors, loyalty of our customers, and the dedication of our thrift stores team, sales at our thrift stores grew to $16.2 million in fiscal year 2023, a nearly 9% increase over 2022.

More than a resource for shoppers in search of quality clothing, furniture and home goods at affordable prices, revenue from our thrift stores also helps fuel our mission through financial support for our outreach programs and services to neighbors in need. Our thrift stores also offer direct assistance to neighbors through

our Thrift Stores Voucher Program, helping neighbors like Sandra reestablish stability after life-changing crises.

Sandra found her way to St. Vincent de Paul after losing her longtime home in a fire. She was able to secure new housing in the Roselawn neighborhood, but unfortunately could not keep any of her furniture from her former home. Connecting with Vincentians at Nativity Conference, Sandra received a furniture voucher to St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores to help get her back on her feet.

Knowing her resources were limited, Sandra set her heart on finding a table and chairs, believing it would be the most versatile for her new space as she worked to rebuild her life. At first, Sandra says, she became dismayed, not seeing anything

that fit the bill during her visit to the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store on Este Avenue. She decided to return another day, but just before leaving, went to check the furniture section a final time. Lo and behold, at that moment, a dining room set was being unloaded from an SVDP donation truck that had just pulled up.

“In that split second, it was a miracle – a miracle from God,” Sandra said.

When Vincentians made a followup visit to her home, Sandra’s eyes began to well up as she recalled this shopping trip. She insisted this was the most beautiful dining set she had ever owned. As Vincentians gathered around that dining room table, and Sandra recounted her story, a bouquet of flowers sat in a jar in the center –the centerpiece of a fresh start.

Neighbors received $793,011 worth of clothing, furniture and home goods, at no cost, through our thrift stores vouchers program.


Charitable Pharmacy

Expanding access to care for more patients in need

One in five older adults reports not taking their prescription medications as prescribed due to cost. Some skip doses, cut pills in half, or even share medications with loved ones just to get by. For neighbors like Amy, having access to St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy ensures she can receive her lifesaving medications each month without anxiety about cost.

For the past seven years, Amy, now 87 years old, has driven nearly an hour each way to the Deaconess Health Check / Charitable Pharmacy in the West End to pick up her prescriptions. Costing over $750 each month, Amy would simply not be able to afford these medications if not for the help she receives from St. Vincent de Paul.

Now, Amy’s monthly journey has become much easier. She was overjoyed to learn a new Charitable Pharmacy location opened in Milford this spring, cutting her trip down to just 10 miles. Knowing she’ll be one of the first patients to access this new Charitable Pharmacy, Amy says: “You have no idea what this means to me!”

Thanks to supporters like you, St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy is expanding its

service area in 2024 from four to eight counties, reaching patients in rural neighborhoods of Adams, Brown, Clinton and Highland Counties through a new pharmacy location in Milford.

This achievement has been made possible through the Prescribing Hope Campaign and the support of people like you. We extend our deepest gratitude to the donors who recognize the need for St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy and have responded with generosity. Thanks to you, $5,085,170 was raised, helping to address the challenges neighbors face with accessing their prescription medications. In addition to opening a third Charitable Pharmacy location in Milford, the Prescribing Hope Campaign has helped accomplish the following:

• Enhanced SVDP nurse practitioner-led health services and strengthened clinical programs.

• Increased weekly hours of operation for St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy location in Western Hills.

• Expanded opportunities for pharmacy learners (including residents, students, and fellows) to participate in experiential education.

• Expanded health insurance navigation services to help patients transition out of the Charitable Pharmacy program and allow capacity for new patients to receive services.

Most importantly, this campaign has helped improve the health and wellbeing of thousands of Charitable Pharmacy patients, ultimately saving lives. Thank you!

SVDP is receiving more medication donations thanks to new Ohio law

“My husband passed away yesterday. He would love to know that he is still helping others.”

In 2023, St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy began accepting community donations of insulin, inhalers and blood thinners, thanks to the passage of a new Ohio law allowing for this change. This has become a game-changer, not only for the Charitable Pharmacy, but also for our in-kind medication donors. Many of these donors have expressed finding a deeper meaning in giving medications to St. Vincent de Paul – ensuring their loved one’s legacy will live on through helping someone who needs it.

In our 2023 fiscal year, St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy filled a record 80,371 prescriptions, a 13% increase from the year prior. Additionally, 86% of prescriptions dispensed were filled through donated medications.


Outreach Center Programs

If the heart of St. Vincent de Paul is its Conferences, its Outreach Center may be its veins.

Nestled in Cincinnati’s West End neighborhood, the Don & Phyllis Neyer Outreach Center acts as a safety net for those who don’t live in a neighborhood served by one of our parishbased Conferences. It also houses a range of services available to people in need across Hamilton County.

Our Social Services staff and volunteers offer compassionate, person-to-person assistance with an array of services, including rent and utilities, food, clothing and furniture vouchers, Ohio state IDs, birth certificates, bus tickets for new employment or medical and social services appointments, and more. The Neyer Outreach Center also houses our systemic change initiatives, our Re-Entry Program and the Becky Catino Women’s Stability, Employment and Empowerment Program, which go beyond our neighbors' immediate needs to accompany them on their path to stability and self-sufficiency.

Significantly, about 60% of Neyer Outreach Center visitors last year came seeking help with food. The Becky & Ted Catino Choice Food Pantry served 73,184 neighbors facing food insecurity in 2023

– an astounding 62% increase from the year prior. This mighty influx of visitors reflected the financial burdens so many families continued to experience in the wake of heightened costs for food, housing and other basic needs.

Through it all, in 2023 our Neyer Outreach Center staff and volunteers remained a constant source of aid and relief, greeting our neighbors as they faced so many uncertainties and devastating circumstances. For neighbors like Troy, the Neyer Outreach Center offers a spectrum of support under one roof as we strive to address our neighbors’ needs holistically.

Troy found himself navigating the challenges of aging in a world marked by rising costs and limited resources. Living on a fixed income and battling diabetes, Troy faced the daunting task of managing his health on a tight budget. Now, Troy leans on St. Vincent de Paul as a partner and resource on his path to improving his well-being.

Once a month, Troy makes his way to the Don & Phyllis Neyer Outreach Center. As he steps through the doors, he feels a sense of community and support that he says he hasn't experienced elsewhere.

At the Charitable Pharmacy, Troy receives essential medications to help keep his diabetes in check.

The pharmacists not only dispense medications, but also offer kind words and genuine concern for how he is doing.

During his visit, Troy is also able to visit the Becky & Ted Catino Choice Food Pantry, where he can select fresh produce, whole grains and lean proteins – all, not just delicious, but vital for managing his disease. The visit to the pantry helps alleviate the strain on his wallet, and empowers him to make healthier choices.

Filled with gratitude, Troy reflected on the profound impact of these programs on his life. “Being on a fixed income, it's tough to afford everything, especially with the way prices are going up,” he said. "I never thought I'd be so thankful for a place to get fresh food.”

Thanks to supporters like you, the Neyer Outreach Center is not merely a collection point for essentials like food, or medicine, or bus tickets. It’s also a place to take refuge along a difficult journey, and most of all, a space for hope.


Seasonal Programs

Fan & A/C Distribution

Across Greater Cincinnati, many of our neighbors cope with the high heat and humidity of the summer months without relief. St. Vincent de Paul rises to the challenge of keeping our neighbors cool, especially those most vulnerable to the impacts of heat -- including the elderly, those with respiratory illnesses, and families with children with medical complications -- through our Fan and A/C Distribution presented by Braun Heating & Air Conditioning.

St. Vincent de Paul distributed 733 A/C units and 1,951 box fans in 2023, helping to provide comfort and relief to 2,684 families. We are grateful to everyone who gave to our annual Fan & A/C Drive, making this extraordinary accomplishment possible. Thank you!

Hope to Dream

All year round, the Bob & Sylvia Rahe Bed Program helps children and families get a better night’s sleep by providing new bed frames, mattresses and mattress covers at no cost. In 2023, 1,636 neighbors, including 649 children, received new beds through this program, offering a secure and comfortable place to lay down each night.

In August, as families prepared for the fresh start of a new school year, an additional 50 children received a new bed through Hope to Dream. This special event and awareness campaign has been made possible through a partnership with WCPO 9 and Morris Furniture Company for the past seven years. Special thanks to the Cincinnati Reds Youth Academy, Chick-fil-A of Greater Cincinnati and Northern

Kentucky, General Electric Credit Union, Standard Textile, the Mighty Men of Crossroads Church, and nearly 100 volunteers who all were essential to making this uplifting and memorable event possible.

Following the Hope to Dream event, WCPO 9 and Morris Furniture hosted the Hope to Dream telethon, raising $27,400 to provide an additional 157 beds for Greater Cincinnati children throughout the year! These results truly speak volumes to the generosity and compassion of our community. We are tremendously grateful for your support, which provides the transformational gift of a new bed to so many kids.

Winter Coat Drive*

Cold temperatures call for warm winter coats! Through our 23rd Winter Coat Drive, we joined hands with over a hundred businesses, schools, churches and other groups to collect new and gently-worn coats. Special thanks to WLWT and Warm 98.5, and the support of Farmer Family Foundation, Lemasters Consulting, Rhinegeist and Gold Star for helping to share the warmth this winter.

Together we provided coats to 1,522 neighbors through our two distribution events. As of writing, an additional 1,798 neighbors have received a new coat through our Coat Voucher Program, with a final count coming in spring 2024. Thank you to everyone who made this effort possible – your care and tender-heartedness for our neighbors fills us with warmth!

Christmas Gift Assistance*

Each year, St. Vincent de Paul turns to the community to help make Christmas merry and bright for families facing economic hardships and other crises. In 2023, supporters like you stepped up to the challenge to provide holiday joy through our Angel Toy and Christmas Together gift assistance programs and the Tepee Giving Tree. Together, you ensured 2,916 children had gifts to unwrap on Christmas morning, creating lasting holiday memories for 1,069 Cincinnati families.

Holiday Meals*

Memories of the holidays we spent with loved ones can warm our hearts for a lifetime! So often, these memories are made over a home-cooked meal. That’s why St. Vincent de Paul works to make the holiday season a little easier by providing all of the fixings needed for a family meal on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Through our Becky & Ted Catino Choice Food Pantry, 1,154 families received assistance through our Thanksgiving Food Distribution and 1,451 received food through our Christmas Food Distribution. In addition, thousands of families were served by our parish Conferences. We worked together to make the holidays special for our neighbors in need.

*These programs reflect results for programs held in fiscal year 2024.

Photo courtesy of The Catholic Telegraph

Service Learning

Ozanam Center

The Ozanam Center for Service Learning was formed as a response to the words of our founders: “You can’t have charity without justice.” Through Ozanam Center programs, we seek to ask the hard questions, search for real solutions, and connect to the larger social justice issues behind the tangible challenges our neighbors face every day.

The Ozanam Center offers meaningful service experiences, weaving together volunteerism and charity with education and reflection on poverty and justice. Programs range from weeklong immersion retreats to shorter simulations and workshops, including our signature Cincinnati Poverty Simulation.

This year, the Ozanam Center was highlighted in a cover story of “The Catholic Telegraph,” the official magazine of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, mailed to homes of Catholic parishioners across 19 Ohio counties. The publication featured students and faculty at Mercy McAuley High School as they reflected on their experience participating in an Ozanam Center service immersion retreat.

Mercy McAuley’s Director of Ministry, Dave Nissen, told the magazine he enjoyed watching his students learn as they interacted with the neighbors they served in the West End and

Price Hill, as well as through their conversations with SVDP’s longtime volunteers. All of these experiences – available to them, just a few miles away from home.

“I really like that we show them you don’t have to leave town… You can do it in your own neighborhood.”

In 2023, the Ozanam Center for Service Learning hosted 83 workshops and retreats, reaching 2,075 youth and young adult participants and 506 adult participants. Together, participants spent 1,025 hours serving at St. Vincent de Paul.

If you are interested in organizing a training, workshop or retreat for your school, church, professional or civic group, please contact us at Ozanam@SVDPcincinnati.org.


Fundraising Events

Celebration of Service

In 2023, we were delighted to honor Rob and Julia Heidt, longtime advocates and friends of St. Vincent de Paul, at our 8th annual Celebration of Service. More than 450 guests filled Anderson Pavilion to honor the Heidts and recognize their support and generosity for our neighbors in need. The event raised more than $820,000 for St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy and our Prescribing Hope Campaign. We extend our deepest gratitude to Rob and Julia Heidt for their continued support and service to our community.

Prescription ‘Fore’ Fun Golf Outing

Supporters of St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy teed off for our annual golf outing and wine and bourbon tasting at Western Hills Country Club. This event generated more than $105,000, which will provide more than $1.1 million worth of prescription medicine for patients who otherwise may have no way to access their medications.


For the 19th year, models took to the runway to showcase oneof-a-kind designs created by University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) students and made from thrifted materials from our St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores. This high-energy event also included boutique shopping, live and silent auctions, and more. Nearly 500 guests attended, raising more than $210,000 to support St. Vincent de Paul’s programs that serve our neighbors in need.

Save the dates! Please see the back of this report for dates for our fundraising events in 2024. Sponsorships are available, and volunteers are welcome! For more information please email Lilly Pinhas, Events & Partnerships Manager, at LPinhas@SVDPcincinnati.org.

2023 ANNUAL REPORT • SVDPCINCINNATI.ORG • 17 Financials STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES October 1, 2022 - September 30, 2023 REVENUES, GAINS, AND OTHER SUPPORT Contributions & legal bequests ............................ $11,901,903 In-kind donations ................................................... 29,192,341 Stores .................................................................... 17,490,074 Net investment return............................................... 1,961,187 Auto & other ............................................................... 361,283 Total revenue, gains & other support ... 60,906,788 EXPENSES Program services Assistance to neighbors in need ......................... 9,825,998 Food pantries ..................................................... 5,141,602 Furniture, clothing & other goods ….................. 38,258,550 Total program services .................... 53,226,150 Car donation program ........................................... 130,183 Supporting services Management & general ......................................... 944,487 Fundraising ......................................................... 1,202,584 Total supporting services .................. 2,147,071 Total expenses ................................. 55,503,404 Change in net assets .............................. 5,403,384 Net assets at beginning of year ............. 48,627,917 Net assets at end of year ................... $54,031,301 Uses Of Support Assistance to neighbors in need.......18% Food pantries......................................9% Furniture, clothing & other goods…..69% Management & general......................2% Fundraising………….…......................2% Assistance to needy…18% Food pantries…9% Furniture, clothing, & other goods…69% Management & general…2% Fundraising…2% Sources Of Support Contributions & legal bequests ........19% In-kind donations..............................48% Stores................................................29% Net investment return ........................3% Auto & other........................................1% Contributions & legal bequests…20% Donated food & other goods…48% Stores…29% Net investment return…3% Auto & other…1%


Thanks to the kindness and generosity of supporters to the Cincinnati District Council and to the St. Vincent de Paul Conferences over the last fiscal year (Oct. 1, 2022 to Sept. 30, 2023), children are waking up today after a good night’s sleep in a warm bed. They are going to school with full bellies and returning to homes that are stable – with rent and utilities paid. Thanks to you, elderly neighbors did not have to choose today between paying for their insulin and having a healthy meal. Thanks to you… thousands of families now have hope for a brighter future.

We are profoundly grateful for every gift that made this possible – those listed here (gifts of $1000+) and the thousands of dollars, in-kind contributions, and volunteer hours not printed in this publication.



Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. Foundation*

Charitable Healthcare Network

City of Cincinnati*

Carl and Linda DeBlasio*

Emergency Food and Shelter Program*

Hamilton County Health and Hospitalization Levy*

Heidt Family Foundation*

Ed and Joann Hubert Family Foundation, Inc.*

Arleene Keller

Raymond C. Kellerman

Florence Koetters*

L&L Nippert Charitable Foundation

Marie Minges

Prasco Laboratories

Protective Life Foundation*

Ruth J. and Robert A. Conway Foundation*

The William Randolph Hearst Foundation


Barry and Ruth Bucher

Catholics United for the Poor*

David R. Clare & Margaret C. Clare Foundation*

Mary E. Davis, TTEE

Direct Relief

H.C.S. Foundation

Hamilton County Community Action Agency

Hamilton County Community Development Block Grant Interact For Health

Bart and Linda Kohler*

Mary Meiners

The P&G Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation*

Dorothy Poettker

Robert S. Heidt, Sr. Foundation

St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store Customer Round-Up*

State of Ohio Faith-Based Grant

The Kroger Co. Foundation*

The National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics

Williams Family Foundation


Anonymous (x2)*

Sheldon and Norma Braun*

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Castellini*

Charles H. Dater Foundation*

Deaconess Associations Foundation

Patricia J. DiSaia Charitable Trust

Donald and Mark Fluegeman

H.G., H.F. & Louise Tuechter

Dornette Foundation

Fred and Nancy Habegger

Michael W. Hoffman

Donald and Susan Hunsberger

Kohnen Family Foundation

Ms. Jean Lambert*

Lawrence J. Mayer Trust

Don Neyer*

Paula M. Steiner Family Foundation, Inc.

John and Sherry Sawyer*

Eaton Margaret Scripps

John Scripps

Marilyn J. Scripps

The Benevity Community Impact Fund*

Sue and Mike West*



Bellarmine Conference of St. Vincent de Paul

Tom and Ruth Bobenread

William Bradley

Braun Heating and Air Conditioning Co.

Michael and Patricia Brunst

William and Anne Burleigh Charities Aid Foundation of America*

Marylyn and Raymond Clark*


Jason and Traci Combs*

Nancy DeBrunner*

Pat and Colleen D'Eramo

John and Georgia Dirksing*

Jim and Elizabeth Dodd*

Loi and Andreas Drath

Joseph and Michele Evelo

Jerome D. Fagel, Jr.*

Farmer Family Foundation

Frances and Craig Lindner Foundation

Sue Frey

Jim and Alyson Gerwe*

The Gockerman Family Charitable Fund

Michele Gummer

Lisa & Mike Habel

Michael and Mary Anne Hengehold

Bruce Holladay

Terence and Christy Horan

Huntington Foundation

Jay and Beulah Raymond Endowment Fund

William and Suzanne Joiner*

Amy and George Joseph

JTM Provisions Co., Inc.

Justin R. Niklas Family Foundation

Robert T. Keeler Foundation*

Peter and Laura Klekamp

Robert and Linda Kohlhepp

Richard and Eva Komoroski*

Mark and Barbara Kroeger

Paul and Maureen Lechleiter

Leser Family Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Kevin and Ann Lynch*

John and Deborah Majoras

Sherie Marek*

Miramar Employees Annual Giving Fund of the Miramar Charitable Foundation

Dan and Kris Neyer

Niehaus Financial Services, LLC*

Jim and Dennie Patton Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation*

Joseph A. and Susan E. Pichler*

Harry and Helen Rabe Family Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation*

Sue and Bob Ramsay*

Robert C. & Adele R. Schiff Foundation

Jennifer and Scott Rodes

Bob Roncker

Scripps Howard Foundation*

Becky and Aaron Seurkamp*

Sibcy Cline Inc.

St. Rose Church*

Christ Hospital Foundation*

The Province of St. John the Baptist of The Order of Friars Minor

The Robert and Christine Steinmann Family Foundation

Jane and Jon Votel*

Western & Southern Financial Fund*

Mr. and Mrs. Chris and Diane Williams*

The Wohlgemuth Herschede Foundation*

Sharon E. Ziegler

Mr. Mark Zlatic*


Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati Foundation

Ryan & Kelley Adcock

Marc and Barbara Alexander*

Anonymous (x2)

Anonymous (x2)*

Belcan, LLC

Jenny and Jim Berg*

Joseph and Jeanne Berns Jr.

Best Point Education & Behavioral Health

Earl Branch

Tom and Kathryn Brokamp

Donna and Gordon Brown*

Melvin Burkhardt

Michael and Carolyn Burns*


Margie and Rich Cardella

Leslie and John Caulfield

Manuel and Cynthia Chavez

Cincinnati Machines

William and Maureen Coleman

Mary L. Cramer

Steve and Carolyn Dick*

Laura Doerger-Roberts

William and Mary Edmund

Theodore and Mary Lou Elchynski

Estate of Charles Noe

Jim Evans*

Mr. Mike Flaherty*

Daniel and Susan Fleming*

Thomas and Janice Forte*

Freestore Foodbank

GE Foundation*

Steve and Julie Gerhardt

Tricia Gibbs

James Gielty

Donald Gruber*

Edward Hatfield

Chip Heidt

Home City Ice Co.*


Judy Hutton*

Independent Church Of The Lord

J.C. Foundation

Therese and Joseph Johnson

Lori and Frank Jones

Eloise / Charles Jung

Larry & Kate Kennedy


Donald and Kathy King*

Donald and Marianne Klekamp

William and Mary Lennard*

Adele Lippert*

Mike Marek and Elizabeth Weaver*

Timothy and Peggy McCarren

Dr. Charles McCarthy*

The McCloy Family Foundation

Leslie McNeill

Sandra Mills

Special thanks to Rhinegeist Brewery for giving the gift of warmth to neighbors in need this winter through their support of our Winter Coat Drive. After pledging $1 for every pint of Truth IPA sold at participating bars and restaurants in the month of December, Rhinegeist donated funds for SVDP to purchase more than 70 coats to keep our neighbors warm.


Brian and Heidi Murray*

Gerald Mushaben*

Bernadette Nisbett

Mike and Carol O'Brien

Order of Malta-American Association


Stephen and Penny Pomeranz

Kenneth and Bernice Reeder

Mr. and Mrs. John and Carole Ruschulte*

Jay and Missy Sampson

Peter and Marina Schmid*

Mr. and Mrs. William and Amy Schult*

Daniel and Amanda Schwallie

Michael and Janet Sepela*

Larry and Rhonda Sheakley

Mary Skau

Donovan Smith

Diana Sova

St. Boniface Conference of St. Vincent de Paul*

James and Linda Steffen*

Sutphin Family Foundation

The E.W. Scripps Company

The Vista Foundation

Mrs. Mary Theresa Thiemann*

Jeffrey Thomasson

The Thornwell Family Foundation

Kenn and Karen Tompos

TQL Foundation Inc

University of Cincinnati, Office of the President

Richard Vogele

Dennis and Patricia Worthen


Henry and Nancy Acciani

Anonymous (x2)

John Banchy

Ann Bellersen*

Barry and Carol Bien

Stanley Boric*

Pamela Brosch*

J. Robert and Dianne Brown*

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald and Linda Brown*


Jeff and Amy Bruns

Brad and Camille Burman

William Busch

Kerry and Margaret Byrne

Christopher and Kathleen Carr

Tammi and Craig Chalfie*

Robert and Pauline Chaloult*

Betty Chriest

Mr. and Mrs. Ron and Vicki Christian*

Crane Fund for Widows and Children

Sonia Daoud*

Jim Daria & Associates, Inc.*

Kelly Dehan*

Tripp and Margaret Eldredge, III

Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Diane Ellis*

Jay Erdman

Terry Ernst

James Evans

Mary Ann Fagel*

Frank and Susan Fiore*

James and Leslie Fitzgerald*

G2R2 Foundation

The Gardner Family Trust*

John and Camille Gartner III

Dr. Richard & Kathleen Glaser

Lauren Goebel

Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Carol Gramann*

Douglas Groh

William Groneman and Maureen Flanagan*

Kok Lew and Natalie Gunawan

Theodore and Mary Haglage*

Haglage Construction*

HCM Wealth Advisors

Greg & Jen Hengehold

Mr. Paul Hoeting*

Johnson Investment Counsel, Inc.*

Katzen International*

Marge Keller

The Kroger Company

Frank and Teresa Lamantia*

Mr. and Mrs. John and Susie Lame

Jim and Kathleen Laughlin*

The LCS Foundation

Timothy and Jennifer McConnell

Mr. and Mrs. William J. McGowan*

Mary and Michael McGraw

Brad and Jennifer McMonigle

Pat and Kathy Michel*

Gerald Miller

MNTS Properties

Dave and Diane Moccia

Maria Navarrete

Mary Joan Niehaus*

Barbara Noble*


Steve and Cindy Ortner

Our Lady of the Visitation Conference of St.Vincent de Paul*

Judith Pierce*

Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Pamela Pratt*

Paul and Ann Rapien*

Joan and George Rebeck*

Rev. David C. Robisch

SC Ministry Foundation*

Theodore and Alice Schneider

Audrey and Shaun Sexton

Kenneth and Kathleen Skau*

Mary and Barry Smyth*

Howard and Hanh Spofford

Christopher and Christina Stanek

Katherine and Tim Stautberg

Kathleen and Michael Stenger

David Stricker

George and Linda Strietmann*

Mark and Mary Ann Thomas

Phil and Bebe Vollmer

Jay and Kathy Wertz*

Raymond and Elaine Westrich*

Nathan & Rebecca Williams


Diane and Thomas Adamec

James and Jody Akers

Dorothy and Peggy Alexander

Romola Allen*

Renate Alvi

American Heart Association


Steve and Kathleen Anneken

Anonymous (x2)

Anonymous (x2) *

Paul and Gwen Arling*

Constance Arthur*

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

Elizabeth Banks

Patti Banks*

Carolyn Barham

David Barkalow

John and Eileen Barrett

Michael Barrett

Bartlett Wealth Management

Mary and Larry Bauman

William and Anita Bechtold

Robert and Barb Becker*

Vincent and Murielle Bennett

Karen M. and Bruce J. Berno Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation*

Robert and Marie Besse

Dr. and Mrs. Amar and Tanu Bhati*

William and Shirley Boardman*

Alexandra Bockweg

Deborah Bowe

Thomas and Mary Anne Brennan

Peggy Brewer*

Bricker Graydon LLP

Sandy and Bruce Brielmaier*

Michael & Mary Anne Broe

Dr. Dennis and Jennifer Brown

John Bruening

Mary W. Bruening*

Daniel Brunck

Linda and David Bryant

Bulman Family Charitable Fund*

James and Elizabeth Burridge*

David Burwinkel

Peggy Busacco

Robert and Mary Lee Busam

Edward and Vonnie Butera

Christopher and Beth Canarie*

Joseph Cardone

Prentice and Liz Carter*

David and Mary Celmer*

Steve and Megan Chapman

Church of Resurrection

Conference of SVDP

Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation

Cincinnati Restoration Church

Bob and Carol Conners

Sheila Conway*

Deacon John and Sylvia Corson*

Kaitlin Cox

Leonard D Culver TTEE

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew and Liz Curran*

Matthew and Rachel Curran

D&S Charity Fund

Tom and Melinda Dankenbring

Tom and Joyce Davoran*

Tom Deddens*

Anthony and Sally Delisio

Father Paul Deluca

Jane Phelan and John Derrick

Keith and Jen Dershem

William and Katharine DeWitt

Bill and Kathy Dillhoff*

Beth and Joseph Doench*

Joyce and Terry Donnellon*

James Donnelly*

Michael and Carolyn Dowling*

Brad Dreier*

Kevin and Kim Dreier

Michael and Anne Dunn*

Kenneth and Claire Edgell*

William Edmund III

Louis and Diane Eichhold*

Albert and Carla Eilers*

Carolyn Eisenschmidt

Elite Photography*


David and Mary Ann Ellerbrock*

Rev. David J. Endres

William and Rosemary Erman*

Ernst & Young

ES Properties

Mr. and Mrs. Mike and Mary Espel*

Esswein Cleves Family Fund

Stephen and Judy Fagel

Dick and Julie Fairbanks

Craig Faller

Charles P. and Mary Ann Finn

Diane and Melvin Firestone*

Arthur L. Fischer*

Dianne and Steve Fisk

Joan Fleming

Kelly Flerlage

Chris Flottemesch

Kevin and Margaret Flynn*

Olivia Foltz Buyniski

David and Marie Frazer*

David and Anita Freeman*

Matthew Freudenberg

Dr. and Mrs. Harry F. Fry*

Kelly Funk

Joseph and Colleen Furey

William and Kathleen Fussinger

Dr. Angelita Gabatin

Michele Gallagher

James and Patricia Gangloff

Francis and Beth Geiser

Doug and Monica Gerstle

Mark & Angela Ginty

Shirley Glaab

Marilyn Gorman*

Willis Gradison

Kevin and Debbie Graham

Greater Cincinnati Foundation*

James and Margaret Grimme

John and Kimberly Gruber*

St. Xavier High School, whose students have been regular volunteers in the Becky & Ted Catino Choice Food Pantry. Students have helped keep our shelves stocked and helped neighbors shop during this busy year. Thank you for helping us to respond to the heightened need in the community for assistance with food and hygiene essentials.
thanks to

Tom and Amaryl Gruber

Maryanne and William Guappone

James and Kim Gusweiler*

Thomas and Jane Kammer Habig*

Laura Hafer

James B. Hagerty*

William and Lana Haller*

Barbara Hammersmith*

Michael and Margaret Handleton

Terry Hanlon

Richard Hansman, Jr.*

Steve Harmon

Susie Harris

Craig and Linda Hayden*

Timothy and Sherrie Heist

William Heitbrink

Joe and Kathleen Helmes

Dave and Elisabeth Hendy*

Lorraine Hentz

Jeffrey Herbert*

Kimberly Higley

Douglas and Mary Beth Hines*

D.J. Hodge

John Hofmann

James and Deborah Hogan

Martin and Tina Hollenbeck*

Steve and Amy Holter

James R. Howe, Jr.*

Robert and Jennifer Howe

Arthur and Rita Hudepohl*

Douglas Hughes

Mary Beth Hunter

Dan and Karen Hurley*

Ana Isadore

I-systems Corporation

Mr. and Mrs. Jason O. Jackman

James R. and Karen Huesing Family Foundation

Dr. and Mrs. Michael and Kathleen Jennings*

Terrence and Debra Jennings*

Wendell Jesse

Nancy and Roger Johannigman

William and Laurie Johansen

Jordan Family Fund

Bryan Jostworth

Rose Jung

Stanley E. Kaleta*


Tracy Keating

Judith Marie Keiber*

Marilyn Kinne

Edward Kinny

Tim and Tina Klonne

Mr. and Mrs. Marlene and Urban Kocher

Mary Kramer*

Dr. and Mrs. Michael and Joan Kramer*

Kroger Community Rewards*

Mr. and Mrs. John and Marguerite Kron

Holly Kross

Michael Schroer and Carey Kruer

Diane and Matthew Krumanaker

George and Jo Ann Kurz*

Daniel and Leanna Lach

Barbara and Laurence Lain

Doug & Sunnie Johnson-Lain

Thomas and Eileen Lakin

Tom Giordano and Mary Jo Lane*

Shirley Lapiana-Martin

Barb & Steve Linder

Carol Lippoli

Dave and Judy Lococo*

Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Lisa Long*

Meredith and Joseph Loughran*

Curtis and Allison Lucas

Paul and Anne Lucky

William and Phyllis Luehrmann*

Donna Luggen

Dennis Lynch

Arthur & Maryann Maines*

Mary Alice Manley*

Jacquelyn and Jake Marsac

D. Martin Family Fund

Susan Martin*

Jim and Debby Mason

Jamie Masters

Raymond and Madelynn Matlock*

Paul Maus

Holly and Louis Mazzocca

Richard and Beverly McClure

Mr. and Mrs. McConnell

Lori McElroy

Gregory McGrath

Mr. Thomas G. McKenney*

Tom and Melissa McNally*

Joseph McNamara Jr

Granada McNeil

Patrick and Jan McNerney*

Leigh Anne Meurer

Megan Meyer*

Barry and Christine Miller

Claire Miller

Matthew and Shannon Miller Family Fund

Todd Miller

John Mocker Jr.

Sheila and Al Moeller

John and Mary Anne Monroe*

Jeffrey and Peggy Mossbarger

Paul and Theresa Muething*

Kenneth and Theresa Mullen*

Gregory Murray

Christopher Nagle*

Frank and Tracy Nation*

Jacqueline C. Neumann*

Newman Foundation, Inc.

Jim and Jane Neyer*

William and Karen Neyer

Anne Niehaus and Martin Madar*

Paul Niklas

Rev. Thomas C. Nolker*

Christa Nordlund*

Paul and Janis Obermeyer*

Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. and Virginia A. O'Connor

Ohio Area Order of Malta

Mary Olberding

Carol Osterfeld

Patrick O'Sullivan

Cynthia Panning

Sue Paul

Jane and James Paulin

Joel and Teresa Pavelonis

Dan and Pam Payne*

Rob Perry

Kellie and Daniel Peters

Richard and Bonnie Peterson*

Carol and Steve Pieper

PNC Bank*

Kelly Postlewaite

Maribeth and Martin Rahe*

Louise and Tony Redden

Mary & Ron Reitz

Thomas and Earlene Retford

Rhinegeist Brewery

Michael and Barbara Ricke

Ken and Barb Rinehart

Shirleerae Robbe*

Robbins, Kelly, Patterson & Tucker

Bill and Jo Ann Ropp*

Dick and Kitty Rosenthal*

Richard and Sue Royer

Fr. Ryan Ruiz*

William and Aimee Rusk

Tom and Audrey Ruthman

Barbara Sadler

Don & Dee Saelinger

Holly Schapker

Patricia Schemenauer*

Ken and Susan Schlachter

William and Elizabeth Schlater*

Joyce Schmidt

Michael and Judith Schmidt

William and Susan Schmidt*

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Mary Schmitz

Karen and William Schrepferman

William Schretter

Harold Schuler*

Michael & Marta Schweitzer

Robert and Elaine Schwendeman

Barbara Seppelt

Bonnie Shaw

David and Janice Shea*

Julie Siefke

Mike and Debbie Sieger

Tammy and Anthony Silvestri*

Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati*

Mary E. Skahan*

David and Linda Smith*

Edith Smitson

Carol Snyder

St. William Conference of SVDP

St. Bernard Conference of St. Vincent de Paul*

St. Mary Conference, Hyde Park

Conference of St. Vincent de Paul*

St. Susanna Parish

Mike Stalford

Denver Stanfield

Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Nancy


Ruth Stechschulte

Tim and Barbara Stefl

STNL Development LLC

Gary and Nancy Strassel

Henry and Julia Ann Striet*

BeyondBeing LLC

Steve and Chris Sullivan


Joyce Swallow

Dennis Swaney

Sheila Tardibuono

Sandra Taylor

Sandra Taylor

Mary Ann Tebbe*

Scott and Lyn Teepe*

Jacquelin Tepe*

The Helen and James G. Broe Fund*

The Kimel Foundation

The Zitelli Fund

Charles and Joanne Thiemann

Barb Thomas

Rosanne Thomas

David and Margaret Tondow*

Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Barbara Trauth

James & Susan Troutt

Jeffrey and Monica Troy*

Ruth Trusler

Jason and Suzanne Tucker

John and Dawn Twarozynski

Grace Ulm*

Gerald and Ann Umberg*

Daniel Umberg

Martin and Karen Umberg

Robert and Patricia Curran VanStone*

Ms. Susan M. Vergamini*

Chris and Sue Vollmer

Lynne Vollmer

Kathleen and Lee Vonderhaar*

Margaret and Albert Vontz

Steve Wagner

Tracey Wagner*

Kevin and Megan Walsh*

Jonathan & Maureen Ward Trust

Mary Ann and Howard Watrous

Jonathan Weber

Wilson and Maureen Weisenfelder*

Ben and Judy Wells

Mr. Jim Wenstrup*

Mark and Jennifer Westerbeck*

Ruth Wheatley

John and Tiffany Whitcomb*

Mary Paula Wiggins

Chris Williams

Ruth Wimmers

Mr. and Mrs. Rick and Kathy Wissel*

Carl Wollering

Xavier University*

Steve Zitelli

Alison Zlatic

*These donors have financially contributed to St. Vincent de Paul for five or more consecutive years.


thanks to Xavier University and Kroger for their continued support of the Becky & Ted Catino Choice Food Pantry! Through their annual food drive at a Xavier Men’s Basketball game, plus an additional $5,000 donation from Kroger, St. Vincent de Paul was able to provide more than 3,022 meals to neighbors in need.

Board of Directors


Alison Zlatic President

Nativity Vincentian

John Sawyer Chairperson

Retired, Senior Vice President and Chief Distribution Officer Protective Life

Cindy Givens Vice President

Retired Program Manager –Customer Assistance Funds and Community Outreach Duke Energy

Kelly Postlewaite, CPA Treasurer Partner BKD CPAs and Advisors

Ron Christian Secretary

Charitable Pharmacy Board Representative Partner

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

Giovanna Alvarez Director, Su Casa Hispanic Center

Jenny Neyer Berg

Executive Director (retired) Leadership Council for Nonprofits

Lana Durban-Scott Vice President, General Manager for WRTV

E.W. Scripps

Gigi Meyer Escoe, Ph. D. Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies

Dean Division of Experience-Based Learning and Career Education University of Cincinnati

Ms. Pam Farley St. Joseph West End Vincentian

Dan Fleming

Managing Director of River Cities Capital Funds

Kevin Flynn

Retired, Attorney Griffin Fletcher & Herndon LLP

Jim Gerwe

Director of Technical Operations at 84.51˚

Robert Killins, Jr. Director of Giving Strategies

Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Bart Kohler Past Chairman President of Takkt America Holdings and Principal of CBK Advisors LLC

Sister Mary Caroline Marchal Sisters of Charity

LaTasha Patrick HR Director at Crossroads

Kitty Strauss Rosenthal

Retired, Former Vice President

Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce

Brad McMonigle ex officio CEO

St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati

Deacon Royce Winters Spiritual Advisor

Todd Szewc President

Chief Financial Officer Planes Companies

Wayne Bohenek Vice President

Chief Ancillary Officer Mercy Bon Secours


Brad Schwartz, CPA Treasurer

Treasurer, Secretary, HR Director International Mold Steel, Inc

Aaron Seurkamp

Secretary President Retirement Division

Protective Life Corporation

Marc A. Alexander, M.D. Attending Physician Queen City Physicians Tri-Health

Amar Bhati, M.D. President and CEO MD360, LLC

Chris Canarie Principal STNL Development

Liz Carter President and CEO The Scripps Howard Foundation

Ron Christian Partner Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

Jason Combs Chief Financial Officer E.W. Scripps

Andy Corsig Deputy VP PhRMA

Keith Dershem, CFP Wealth Advisor Bartlett

Dr. Stacey Frede Residency Program Director Kroger

Mike Jennings, M.D.

Internal Medicine

The Christ Hospital

Dr. Ryan Marable

Medical Information Pharmacist with Eversana

David Mayhaus, Pharm.D., MS Assistant Vice President Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Katie McKinney, Pharm.D., MS, BCPS Director, Pharmacy Services UC Health University of Cincinnati Medical Center

Rev. Frank Nation

Vice President Mission and Culture TriHealth Inc

Dr. Andrea Rosado, MD Christ and UC College of Medicine

Bob Saelinger

Attorney and Partner Graydon Head

Brad McMonigle

ex officio


St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati


Ron Brown

Retired Chairman, President & CEO of Milacron Inc.

Mark Casella

CEO/Founder Coppertree, Ltd.

Becky Catino

Past Chairperson Partner 625 Investments

Michael Conaton Retired, Vice Chairman The Midland Company

Steve Culbertson Retired, Business Executive

Jim Dodd

Retired, Senior Vice President Fifth Third Bank

John Gartner

Brokerage Senior Vice President and Principal Colliers International

Robert E. Gramann, FAIA Chairman Emeritus GBBN Architects

Dan Hurley

Applied History Associates

Tricia Johnson

Philanthropy Compliance Director Miramar Services Inc.

Ron Joseph, Jr. Director

Joseph Auto Group

John Kron

Retired, Partner Deloitte & Touche LLP

Dan Long

Past President

Managing Partner

Cincinnati Business Broker

Dan Meyer

Co-Founder and CEO

Nehemiah Manufacturing Co

Neil O’Connor

Past Chairman/President Clark, Schaefer, Hackett & Co.

Chris Shimala

Senior Vice President Huntington National Bank

Bob Stautberg

Certified Public Accountant Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co./KPMG

Tamara Sullivan President

Sullivan Communications, Inc.

Jay Wertz

Principal and Director of Wealth Advisory Services

Johnson Investment Counsel

Chris Williams Owner JCW Consultants

Rev. Barry Windholtz Pastor St. Rose


Frederic Ozanam Legacy of Hope Society

Thank you to the following donors who have included St. Vincent de Paul in their will, trusts, IRAs, or other legacy plans. You bring to life

St. Vincent de Paul’s mission to build a more just world through relationships with and service to people in need.

Thank you for your selfless generosity which brings hope and healing to future generations of neighbors in need.

Barrett Aldemeyer

Anonymous (x24)

Sherrin K. Ashcraft

Peter Bauer

David Beckett

Bob and Karen Bell

Elizabeth Blessing+

Mary Lou Boylan+

Sandy and Bruce Brielmaier

Thomas Calder+

John Conroy+

Ronald Covert+

Mary Cramer+

Phyllis M. Dawson

Jim Day+

Carl and Linda DeBlasio

Kelly Dehan

Jane Phelan and John Derrick

Jim and Elizabeth Dodd

Mark Durrough

Jerry and Diane Eisele

William and Rosemary Erman

Heidi and Mike Felton

Ernest Gillman+

Marie and Brennan+ Hill

Mary Hunt+

Joseph and Rosebelle Ionna+

Tim and Christine Jette

Kim Jordan+

Jim Jurgens

Sue Lennert+

Ralph Luebbe+

Thomas Mason+

Mary and Al+ McGrover

Mike McNamara

James and Mary Menetrey+

Mickey Merritt

Bob and Star Mierenfeld

John and Kathy Mitchell

Jacqueline C. Neumann

Don Neyer+

Charles Noe+

Sherry and Tim O’Toole

Charles and Pam Payne

Dan and Pam Payne

Theo Penker III

Richard and Bonnie Peterson

Dorothy Poettker+

Patricia Quinlin+

Steve and Catherine Rabe

Elaine Rairden

Lois Roell

Bill and JoAnn Ropp

Dorothy Roth+

John T. and Carole Ruschulte

Tom and Audrey Ruthman+

John and Joyce Ryan+

John and Sherry Sawyer

Thomas and Billie Schimian

Robert Schoettinger+

Joan Schmutzler+

Lana and Jason Scott

Robert Schmid+

Donald Sillies+

James Stallbaumer+

James and Linda Steffen

Paula Steiner

Mary Ann Tebbe

Richard Thie

Mary Theresa Thiemann+

Jeanne Twomey+

Herbert A. Vonderheide+

Gary Wahl+

Dorothy Waller+

Mike and Sue West

Connie Widmer

Gary and Paula Yerke

If you have already included St. Vincent de Paul in your will, trust, IRA, or other legacy plans and are not listed above or you are interested in learning more about gift planning options, please contact James C. Johnson, Senior Development Manager, at 513-978-6656 or jjohnson@SVDPcincinnati.org. +Deceased

1125 Bank Street Cincinnati, OH 45214-2130 Non Profit Org US Postage Paid Cincinnati, OH Permit #1106 Save the Dates! Join us for our signature fundraising events in 2024. Your support provides hope and help to neighbors in need. Celebration of Service May 9, Hotel Covington SVDPcincinnati.org/COS Wine & Bourbon Tasting July 25, ADC Fine Arts Gallery CincyWineTasting.com Prescription ‘Fore’ Fun Golf Outing July 29, Western Hills Country Club CincyGolfOuting.com RetroFittings October 24, Music Hall RetroFittings.org

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