Each year our dedicated team of volunteers offer free income tax preparation for the people the Society serves. Between February 1st and April 30th, you can schedule a face-to-face appointment with one of our volunteers, or opt to drop your taxes off.More Info
Whether you need help applying for government services, or need assistance with personal situations, the Social Concern Office can help guide you and provide referrals to other helpful services when necessary.
Appointments are handled on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please bring all relevant materials and documents to each meeting.
10:30am - 12:00 noon and 1:00pm - 2:30pm at the Social Concern office located at 833 Yates Street, Victoria. BC Contact Us
We provide a safe, supportive, and informal space for women and children to interact and build community. Coffee is served and women can meet and support one another.More Info
Seniors Christmas Program
During Christmas, low income Seniors (60+) may receive hamper assistance from the Social Concern Office through the Christmas Bureau of Victoria BC. More information on this program will come available in October of each year. Contact the Social Concern office for more information Contact Us
At the Social Concern office in Victoria, we are welcoming community resources into our meeting room space to share information and facilitate referrals. Please get in touch with us if you have a program to share or a resource you would like to find out more about. Contact Us
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul operates 132 units of supportive housing in total. 90 of those units are located on our 3-acre West Saanich Road site, along with our day care centre and our developmental services inclusion program. There, we have begun a community garden program that includes individual beds, communal plots, and fruit trees and bushes.More Info