About Centro Rendu
Our St. Vincent de Paul Centro Rendu program takes its name from Blessed Rosalie Rendu. Rosalie Rendu is known as a daughter of Charity, who was a leading worker, teacher, organizer and advocate for justice and for adequate care of neighbors living in poverty during the Industrial Revolution in 19th-century Paris.
The Centro Rendu program was founded in 2013 and exists to protect, support, and defend Latino immigrant families through education, social services, legal advocacy, and leadership development that empowers and strengthens healthier communities and future generations.
The work of Centro Rendu is to serve communities of color that invites, welcomes and makes room for new and diverse ways of living the mission of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.