Society of St Vincent de Paul

Prince George, B.C.

“Charity is certainly greater than any rule.  Moreover, all rules must lead to charity.”  -- Saint Vincent de Paul

How Can You Help? .....

The Saint Vincent de Paul Society depends heavily on the generosity of others to continue to help everyone we serve in the community. We are blessed and thankful to be supported by churches, businesses, labour groups, community organizations, schools, and many caring individuals in Prince George and the surrounding areas. The Society's greatest riches lie in our volunteers and benefactors who are making a difference in the lives of those who access our services.


The Saint Vincent de Paul Store depends on community donations to continue its work. 

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


Guidelines for Clothing Donations

Guidelines for Furniture, Household Goods, and Applicance Donations

Guidelines for Food Donations

Monetary Donations

Donor Recognition

We prefer that donated clothing be clean.

Donated clothing should be wearable. Please avoid donating items with large holes or stains, or items that are so worn they are not usable. 

Please do not leave donations at the back of the Drop-In Centre or outside the store, as items are often opened, strewn about, and unusable by the time staff arrives to open the store.


Please make sure that donations, especially appliances used for food preparation, are clean.

     •     Due to high repair costs, goods that require major repairs cannot be accepted.

     •     Please do not leave donations at the back of the Drop-In Centre or outside the store, as items are often opened, strewn about, and unusable by the time staff arrives to open the store.

Food donations make services such as fruit and vegetable hampers, emergency hampers, and meals possible. We accept donations from private individuals and local businesses.

     •    Please ensure that the items being donated are not spoiled or outdated.

     •    Due to health reasons, we cannot accept any food donations that have been opened.

If you wish to contribute financially, we prefer that donations be brought to our office or store, or sent by mail.   Donations are tax deductible.

     Office:     1220 Second Avenue, Prince George, BC V2L 3B3

     Store:       1645 Third Avenue, Prince George, BC V2L 3E5

     Mail:        Saint Vincent de Paul Society, Box 1617, Prince George, BC V2L 4V6

     Online:     Through you can donate online.    

                                   Click on the "Donate NOW" button & you will be taken to their secure website.

                                   Using the drop-down menu, you can choose to support the ...

                                                  General Purpose [of the Society]

                                                  Drop-In Centre Meals and Food Hampers

                                                  New Store Acquisition and Refurbishing  

                                        Tax receipts will be issued by

We are very blessed to receive donations from the community at large that sustains our ministry throughout the entire year.


We are  grateful to each and every donor who supports St Vincent de Paul in so many different ways.   Our heartfelt thanks to each of you.

The changes necessitated by CoVID-19, have also resulted in some changes with respect to donations.

FOOD DONATIONS can be dropped off from 10:30 am to noon and from 2:00 to 4:00 pm at the back door of the Drop-In Centre.  Bottled water, juice boxes, soups, granola bars, tissue, toilet paper, disposable coffee cups with lids, and canned goods are in high demand right now.

At the THRIFT STORE, we are only able to accept clothing, blanket, and linen donations which have been cleaned and placed in plastic garbage bags.  Donations will be received by APPOINTMENT ONLY.   Please call the Store at 250-562-5136.

An account has been set up at in the name of St Vincent's at the Nechako Bottle Depot at 1922 - 1st Avenue.  If you'd like to donate the proceeds from your used bottles and cans, just leave them at the Depot and ask that the funds be put in the account in the name of St Vincent de Paul.

used bottles & cans ...