Our History

Vincentian Charitable Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Vincentian whose work reflects the Vincentian values of spirituality, compassion, dignity, quality, stewardship, advocacy, collaboration, and innovation.

About Us

Our History

The Vincentian Charitable Foundation was created on January 31, 2008, following the acquisition of Marian Manor into the Vincentian Collaborative System (VCS).

Today, Vincentian Charitable Foundation is responsible for raising $1.5 million to benefit Vincentian’s four senior care campuses in the Greater Pittsburgh Area that provide long term, personal, and memory care as well as rehabilitation services: Vincentian Marian Manor in Greentree, Vincentian de Marillac in Stanton Heights, Vincentian Schenley Gardens in Oakland, and Vincentian Home in McCandless. In addition, Vincentian Charitable Foundation provides funding support for Vincentian Child Development Center that operates two childcare centers in the north hills and south hills for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Two thousand seniors and 125 children benefit from donations to the foundation each year.

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