Every contribution made towards the St. Vincent de Paul charity is dearly appreciated and further supports our 50(+) year mission to assist those in need.
Because of your donations, St. Vincent de Paul successfully attends to those who require assistance. If you require assistance, please direct your attention to St. Vincent de Paul's Outreach department.
St. Vincent de Paul sells merchandise that is working, clean, and viable. Please donate goods that meet our quality requirements, which ensures a salable donation.
IT IS STORE PROCEDURE TO DECLINE DONATIONS THAT ARE NOT SALABLE
The following is a list of donations that SVDP CANNOT accept:
Soiled items (that cannot be sold as is)
Soiled clothing (odors, stains, pet hair)
Broken or defective items in need of repair
Encyclopedias, dictionaries, textbooks or magazines more than two years old
Opened liquid containers (personal care or household)
Cribs, car seats or helmets
Batteries of any kind
Computers, printers or fax machines
Televisions or monitors
Paint or stain of any kind
Air conditioning units, humidifiers or dehumidifiers
Used building products, carpet or padding
WARNING: Unauthorized unloads of large donations, unsalable or prohitibed items will be subject to a fine.
DONATION CENTER Limited hours
The St. Vincent de Paul Donation Center is a flexible option for those who wish to donate general goods.
LARGE DONATION HOURS
Donation hours are different for larger items. If the donation contains larger items, such as dressers,
beds, etc., please arrive during the time period
provided below so an attendant may assist.
7/2/20 9 am-Noon Limited hours
7/3/20 9 am-Noon Limited hours
7/7/20 3 pm-6 pm
7/8/20 - 7/11/20 To be determined
St. Vincent de Paul wants to make a donator's flexibility event greater, offering the ability to schedule an appointment for pickup.
FRIENDS IN NEED CONNECTION
The first step in getting help is filling out our Application for Assistance online or at our store. We will contact you within a day or two.
Used vehicles may be turned into money to provide critical items such as food, shelter, housing, care for the elderly, or medicine.
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