1633 In 1633, the foundation of the Company of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. Many young women already had spent four years helping the Charity Volunteers, serving the poor. On this date, St. Louise and 3 or 4 others (among them, Sister Maria Jolly; Margarita Naseau died seven months previous) got together to live in community tus giving the origin of the Company.
1909 In 1909, the Association of Louise de Marillacs is approved. The new Association, dedicated to visiting the aged in their homes, is now part of the Vincentian Family, as a youth branch of the Charity Volunteers.