SOCIETY OF SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL
Serving Christ by Providing Assistance to People in Need
For help, please call 780-471-5577.
If you live in Sherwood Park or Strathcona County, call 780-416-0931, extension 1.
Our Helpline is open all hours, seven days a week.
Please be patient; we are getting a large number of calls. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Free Clothing Room
Our Free Clothing Room has reopened in our new location! If you or your family are in need of clothing, come visit us at 11531 - 120 Street, Edmonton, AB T5G 2Y4 (down the street from Edmonton's Food Bank). NOTE: We do not accept clothing donations.
Hours: Monday to Thursday (except holidays) 10 am-12 noon
Coming Up: Fall Charity Sale October 26-28
We're looking forward to seeing everyone again at our Charity Sale -- come find great bargains on quality items!
St. Andrew's Centre Auditorium, 12720 - 111 Avenue, Edmonton
Thursday-Friday, October 26-27 -- 12 noon to 7pm
Saturday, October 28 -- 10am to 4pm
The sale is managed by volunteers. All proceeds help support the Society's work with those living in poverty.
Tell your friends!
Vinnies Treasure Shoppe
Come browse for vintage furniture and collectibles at our lovely store, Vinnies Treasure Shoppe, 10306 – 112 Street, Edmonton.
Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 11am-4pm
Now Accepting Donations
Are you downsizing and have furniture or household items that someone else could use? We are always looking for:
To arrange pickup, please call 780-471-5577 or visit our Material Donations page to make an online request.
NOTE: We do not accept clothing donations.
What we do
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is a charitable organization entirely run by volunteers. We provide assistance to those in need through distributing items donated by the public.
We respond to 1200 SSVP Hotline calls for help each month, going out in pairs to visit people in need. Once needs are assessed, basic necessities are then delivered.
We bring the love of Christ to serve the poor on a person to person basis. Those in need are always treated with dignity and provided with support as they struggle in crisis situations.
We acknowledge that Treaty 6 and Treaty 7 territory, on which we stand,
is the ancestral traditional land of the Indigenous peoples,
and is common home to everyone in virtue of God, our Creator’s, gracious gift.