In order to accomplish our mission, we are constantly sponsoring events that benefit our mission while providing either learning experiences or just plain wholesome entertainment.

We have a schedule full of meetings, seminars, concerts, religious days, and sporting events, among others.

Beginning in 2017, we started SVdP Bingo, a monthly event held on the 3rd Monday of each month at Row Restaurant/Off the Hook Comedy Club.  Located in the Naples Walk Plaza at the corner of Vanderbilt Road and Airport Road, our bingo evening has an optional delicious four-course meal before early birds start at 6:30 pm.  This event is open to the public.

In 2017 we held a concert featuring the musical stylings of Paul Todd.  Including dinner at Wyndemere Country Club, this evening raised over $15,000 for our local SVdP mission.  This event is open to the public.
dsc_0023On April 8th, we will be holding our fourth annual SVdP golf tournament at the beautiful Quail Creek Country Club.  For $165 per player, guests are treated to a box lunch, 18 holes of quality golf, and an amazing buffet dinner at the club.  Prizes are awarded and lots of super door prizes are available.  This event is open to the public.

We also have a lineup of events that are designed to enrich the spiritual well-being of our Vincentians, as well as educate ourselves on better ways to help the poor in Naples.

Not open to the Public
24232603_1355225691273083_4905637491295791949_nCaseworker Training: Caseworkers who deal directly with our friends among the poor are brought up to date on the latest assistance programs.

Annual Day of Recollection: We reflect on our mission as Vincentians and how we can be more successful at it.

Feast Days:  We set aside a particular time to give thanks for all our personal blessings, as well as the blessings we receive spiritually as well as monetarily to help our neighbors.

Ozanam Orientations are offered at various times throughout the year.  The purpose is to educate our Vincentians on the beliefs and value systems of our founder Fredrick Ozanam.