Donate to St. Vincent de Paul

Please respect social distancing when making donations!

We are requesting that you follow the guidelines of the CDC and wear PPE for the safety of you and the SVDP staff.

Donation Hours:

!-- Winter Notice --!

Mon-Thurs. - 10am to 3pm

Sat. - 10am to 3pm

Our donation center may close early based on weather conditions or to maintain a safe storage capacity.

Furniture Pick-up Policy for 2021: Furniture pick-ups are available. Please call the store at (920) 322-9505 for more details or to schedule.

Financial support is needed if we are to continue the SVDP Society programs. Please consider making a gift. The Society accepts gifts of all kinds, including; cash, marketable securities, life insurance, estates, property, etc.

If giving gifts, please call the Thrift Store at (920) 322-9505 and leave a message for the Council President before designating the Society of St. Vincent de Paul as the beneficiary.

Your gift will help SVdP continue to serve 215 families and contribute $14,300 on average each month here in Fond du Lac County.

Click to Donate Online using our Secure Payment Portal
or
Mail a Check Payable to:

St. Vincent de Paul Society Contributing Member Campaign
330 N. Peters Avenue
Fond du Lac, WI  54935

St. Vincent de Paul Society is a 501c(3) charitable nonprofit organization. All gifts are tax deductible according to current IRS regulations.

Our donation center may close early based on weather conditions or to maintain a safe storage capacity.

Furniture Pick-up Policy for 2021: Furniture pick-ups are available. Please call the store at (920) 322-9505 for more details or to schedule.

Financial support is needed if we are to continue the SVDP Society programs. Please consider making a gift. The Society accepts gifts of all kinds, including; cash, marketable securities, life insurance, estates, property, etc.

If giving gifts, please call the Thrift Store at 920.322.9505 and leave a message for the Council President before designating the Society of St. Vincent de Paul as the beneficiary.

Your gift will help SVdP continue to serve 215 families and contribute $14,300 on average each month here in Fond du Lac County.

Ways You Can Donate

Donate Items

Items Ready for a New Life

Usable clothing, household items, and furniture are needed for distribution to the poor in our community. To arrange for a pick-up of larger items please call:
(920) 322-9505

Non-perishable food and cleaning and serving supplies are always in great demand at our food pantries and meal sites. We can never get enough items such as canned goods, cereal, baby food, powdered drink mix, salt and pepper, napkins, silverware, etc.

WE GRATEFULLY ACCEPT:

  • CLOTHING /SHOES/ BABY ITEMS
  • SCARVES/GLOVES/ACCESSORIES/JEWELRY
  • BLANKETS/SHEETS/PILLOWS ITEMS BELOW MUST BE IN
  • SALEABLE CONDITION: KITCHEN TABLES/CHAIRS/END
  • TABLES/ DRESSERS/DESKS CHESTS/MIRRORS
  • SOFAS/LOVES SEATS/CHAIRS/RECLINERS/DESKS/LAMPS/RUGS
  • HOUSEHOLD DECORATIVE ITEMS/KNICK KNACKS
  • MICROWAVES
  • SMALL HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES in working condition
  • HOUSEHOLD ITEMS (Dishes, pots, pans and silverware) BOOKS, MAGAZINES
  • SEASONAL ITEMS (Christmas, Easter, Halloween, etc.)

Large Item (Furniture) pick-up is available; please call the store at (920) 322-9505

  • Due to possible damage to property we ask that items be at ground level, on porches or in garages
  • Drivers have the right to refuse items based on condition or if items are unsafe to move
  • Items left outside (i.e. rained or snowed on) will not be picked up

WE CANNOT ACCEPT

Type (in box) to Filter List:

*We reserve the right to refuse any donation at time of drop off due to condition, recent changes in policy or temporary circumstances.

Volunteer
Monetary Donations
Planned Giving

Click to Donate Online using our Secure Payment Portal
or
Mail a Check Payable to:

St. Vincent de Paul Society Contributing Member Campaign
330 N. Peters Avenue
Fond du Lac, WI  54935

St. Vincent de Paul Society is a 501c(3) charitable nonprofit organization. All gifts are tax deductible according to current IRS regulations.