Help Those in Your Community
Your donations allowed us to serve over 99,000 people throughout Snohomish, Whatcom and Skagit Counties last year.
We accept gently used items for our Thrift Stores such as clothing, housewares & more. We ask that the furniture is in good condition with no rips, tears, stains, broken or missing pieces. We are not able accept donations of used mattresses, toys, car seats, etc.
All donations are subject to the discretion of the St. Vincent de Paul Staff member accepting donations at our donation drop off locations, 6424 Broadway and 17150 W. Main Street in Monroe. For more information on store hours and phone numbers please see our stores page for more information by clicking on "Stores" at the top of this page.
Monroe store: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Everett store: 9:30am to 5:30pm
Please know that we no longer pick-up donations.
Your monetary donations are welcomed. Please make checks out to St. Vincent de Paul and mail to our P.O. Box 2269, Everett, WA 98213
Shop at our stores!
We have monthly sales - see our sales calendar by clicking on "Stores" at the top of the page. Our stores contain great prices on gifts, clothing, furniture and so much more. Stop in and treasure hunt!
Over 92% of the proceeds from our stores go right back out to helping people in need within our community!
Domestic Disaster Relief
The National Council of the Society St. Vincent de Paul’s Disaster Services Corporation (DSC) responds to disasters such as floods, wildfires, tornadoes and other events throughout the United States. The DSC trains Regional Response Teams as well as individual Vincentians throughout the country to compassionately serve victims of disasters.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul offers an array of services that alleviate both short-term needs such as food, shelter and clothing and long-term needs such as case management and our House in a Box® program for people impacted by a disaster.
SVdP’s House in a Box® program helps to restore lives one house at a time. This program was implemented to supply disaster survivors with critical items to furnish an entire home from the kitchen to the bathroom to the bedroom, including furniture, dishes, towels, utensils and bed linens.
It is the person-to-person, holistic case management that distinguishes SVdP from other organizations’ approach to relief and recovery – reaching out to each individual to determine his or her needs and then working closely with them to meet those needs.
Your contribution will help to change lives, rebuild homes, provide shelter and emergency daily-living supplies and most importantly, restore hope to those in need!
Hurricane Harvey is just one of many domestic disasters to which the National Disaster Services of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is responding. These funds will help to support the SVdP Domestic Disaster resources needed to respond to disasters across the United States. Thank you for your donation!
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