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Our Approach

At Ladies of Charity Caregiving, our goal is to help you or your loved one maintain vitality and independence within the comfort of your own home.  We know that living life on your own terms is important, even when daily tasks start to become challenging.  That’s why we provide trustworthy, compassionate and reliable caregivers to help you get the most out of each day.

Our caregivers can provide light housekeeping, meal preparation, medication reminders, bathing, dressing and other activities of daily living that help you live safely at home.  With these responsibilities off your shoulders, you can expect to live a more engaged, joyous and fulfilled life.

Our Mission

Ladies of Charity is committed to providing meaningful care that encompasses the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of an individual. We also strive to promote the immeasurable value of caregiving by providing a sustainable career path and competitive wages for our employees.

Our Story

The Ladies of Charity has a long tradition of service. In 1617, St. Vincent de Paul founded the Confraternities of Charity in Châtillon, France by organizing women to assist the sick poor with their physical and spiritual needs.

Today this organization continues as the International Association of Charities of St. Vincent de Paul (AIC) and is an organization led by women volunteers with over 100,000 members, commonly called the Ladies of Charity, responding to the needs of the 21st century in 55 countries around the world.


To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the founding of the Ladies of Charity by St. Vincent, the Board of the Ladies of Charity USA decided to establish a National Home Care Agency.  The purpose of this venture is to provide “Vincentian care” for the spiritual and physical needs of persons who are sick, elderly and disabled in their homes, while providing employment with dignity for women and men who are seeking to exit poverty.  Training is the cornerstone of Vincentian care and employment opportunity.

To realize this goal, Ladies of Charity Caregiving, Inc. was formed in 2018 and works collaboratively with our local associations that choose to provide a volunteer component to our model.


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