Help Request Form
St. Vincent de Paul Helpline assists people who need help. Please note this form is for new help requests only.
Furniture Donation Form
Gently used clothes, household items, or a piece of furniture can help people change their lives.
Volunteer With Us
Having people lend a hand in service to neighbors is the “core” of what we do.
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Browse through our 2,400 items of clothing, jewelry, shoes, accessories and more!
Stores Closed Until Further Notice to Support Efforts to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19!
Please note that our Georgetown Food Bank is NOT accepting donations of non-perishable and non-expired food items at this time.
SVdP is accepting clothing & household goods donations starting
Tuesday thru Saturday from 10 AM to 3 PM at the locations listed below.
Thanks to the great response from the community on donating to SVdP, and to accommodate special distancing requirements, wait times at our donation centers may be over an hour.
We may also need to close before at 3 PM on some days.
We appreciate your patience and support!
Kenmore SVdP Thrift Store
7304 NE Bothell Way
Kenmore, WA 98028
Renton SVdP Thrift Store
575 Rainier Ave. N.
Renton, WA 98057
Georgetown Donation Center
5972 Fourth Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
When you come to our donation sites, you will be directed to place your donations in wire-framed boxes.
You can get a donation receipt on the homepage of the SVdP website for donations larger than $250.
We will accept clothing, electronic items including televisions, computers, monitors, and household items in good condition—must be reusable.
We will NOT accept furniture donations at this time.
Due to an overload of donations, our Renton, Kenmore and Georgetown donation locations may experience temporary closures in order to process donations. We thank you in advance for your patience.
St. Vincent de Paul home visits help people recognize they have self-worth. Our work is about preservation of families, listening to them, holding them together and affirming their human dignity.
Compelled to action by the convictions of our founders, St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle|King County joins the community to listen, engage, and build relationships that assist and advocate for individuals and families to meet basic needs and achieve stability and self-sufficiency.
Data for Fiscal Year 2018--Oct. 1, 2017, through Sept. 30, 2018, indicated by an * asterisk. Data with a double ** asterisk is from Fiscal Year 2019, Oct. 1, 2018 through Sept. 30, 2019
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St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) officials say, “One verifiable method of reducing homelessness in Seattle is to have a system in place that anticipates a potential eviction, coordinates decision making and resources, and stops this action from occurring.”