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The national role is to harness the resources of the other states and territories.
Where a disaster occurs in other countries, the Australian response is handled through National Council, who liaise with the National Council of the country affected.
Our volunteers help break through the barriers of loneliness and isolation that many living on the fringe of society suffer.
We can provide a meal, blankets, toiletries, snacks, hot beverages and most importantly, companionship.
We provide food and friendship to people in their homes.
We also operate soup vans in the majority of states and territories in Australia (excluding Queensland and Western Australia).
In some country centres Conference members interview people needing assistance in the local Vinnies Centres.
Where a disaster occurs within Australia, the local State, Diocesan, Central or Regional Council provides as much assistance as possible, as soon as possible, from its own resources.
Vinnies has a strong commitment to the range of issues that lead single men and women, women and children, two parent families, men with children and young men and women to become homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Emergency housing & homelessness support, Accommodation options, Too many Australians are currently experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
These people are often experiencing a range of disadvantages, including substance misuse, mental illness, disability, family violence, discrimination and social isolation.
The St Vincent de Paul Society has a strong commitment to the range of issues that lead single men and women, women and children, two parent families, men with children and young men and women to become homeless or at risk of homelessness.Our members belong to Conferences, which are typically parish-based groups who respond to calls for assistance from people in need in their local community.