Society of St Vincent de Paul

Prince George, B.C.

“For even as the body without the spirit is dead; so also faith without works is dead.”  John 2:26

When the need arises, the Society will help by providing clothing and household items to individuals and families who qualify for our voucher programme.   Please contact the store for more information.


The Store depends on community donations to continue its work.

Clothing, furniture, books, assorted household items, and appliances in working order are gratefully accepted.

Unfortunately, due to high repair costs, goods that require major repairs cannot be accepted.  


Please check our GUIDELINES for further information


Profits from sales at the store are used to fund the operating costs of the Drop-In Centre and the Society's other services in Prince George.


ADDRESS:     1645 Third Avenue,

                         Prince George, BC   V2L 3G5 


STORE HOURS:   

                    Monday - Saturday:     10:00 am - 4:30 pm  


CONTACT:    250 - 562-5136


The Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Store offers quality items at affordable prices, especially for those who are on fixed incomes.   The store is blessed to be supported by donations from the community at large.  


Stock includes:

     •     a wide selection of clothing and footwear for adults and children

     •     used furniture and appliances (large and small)

     •     books, pictures, magazines, tapes, CDs and records

     •     household items including bedding and collectibles

     •     toys and craft supplies


THRIFT STORE

1645 Third Ave

250-562-5136

We have moved ...

Please drop in and see us at our new home across from the Native Friendship Centre, in the same block as Books & Co.  

the upstairs sorting area in the new store

We welcome your donations.  Please ring the bell to the left of the back door off the lane.

Doug is one of the many volunteers who will happily welcome & help you

The Society of St Vincent de Paul and the Store Committee owe a huge debt of gratitude to countless individuals and local businesses who supported us in our quest for a new store.   Thank you ...