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Together we are driving down hunger in Algoma!

For the ninth straight year, Northside Toyota is back with its Fill the Tundra fundraiser! Nine local businesses are generously matching the first $1,000 in community donations. That means every $25 donation is turned into $250! Let's make sure we reach our goal and amplify the outcome for our community. All donations will support the SSM Soup Kitchen and St. Vincent Place.

Make an online donation below >

Or you can make a donation at Rome’s, Pino’s or Northside Toyota until Dec. 15!

Non-perishable food can be placed in ‘Fill the Toyota’ vehicles at each location. Monetary donations will also be accepted at grocery checkouts. 

Thank you to our generous community and local businesses that work hard to make Sault Ste. Marie a better place. 

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Please READ THE TERMS & CONDITIONS. Your credit card will be charged at the time of purchase. We recommend you use a credit card, not a debit card. Tax receipts will be issued for those who provide their information. ‚Äč

Closed on Friday, December 15, 2023 12:00:00 PM

About St. Vincent Place Sault Ste Marie

About Us

St. Vincent Place is a creation of St. Vincent de Paul for the community of Sault Ste. Marie in response to a call for an entity to provide shelter for men over 18 years of age in need of emergency shelter.

We are a non-profit organization, dedicated to assisting members of the community with basic needs and skill development.

The main building is located at 222 Albert Street East, close to the city bus terminal and just minutes away from many helpful agencies.


Embracing the way of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul we serve the homeless and poor of our community by actions that provide them with shelter, clothing, food, household essentials and compassionate attention through a dedicated group of volunteers and staff.


Vincent Place, an outreach, agency of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, will be well known and respected in the community for its operation of a men’s shelter, food bank, soup kitchen and thrift store. Characterized by:

  • Benevolence and charity
  • Respect and compassion for its clients
  • Steady progress towards financial sustainability
  • Extensive and committed core of volunteers
  • Well-trained, highly motivated staff
  • Cooperation in a vibrant partnership of colleague agencies
  • Good governance