OMAHA STORE LOCATIONS
2101 Leavenworth Street
(402) 341-9079 Fax
Food Pantry - OPEN
Tues and Thurs. 9am - 12:30pm
9 - 5 Mon ~ Sat
5037 South 24th Street
5920 Maple Street
IN COLUMBUS VISIT
1853 10th Ave,
Columbus, NE 68601
Hours: 9:00 - 5:00
Tuesdays 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
ITEMS WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT:
Baby Cribs /Car Seats
Gas / Charcoal Grills
Hospital Beds / BEDS
MATTRESS / BOX
Pianos / Organs
Damaged / Stained
/ Pet Hair Furniture
If an item is Questionable:
Our Driver is Authorized to make a
Determination of accepting The Item or
Not. If several items are Deemed
Questionable,The Driver May Determine
The Entire Donation as Unacceptable.
WE ARE COLLECTING COATS
FOR THE FALL
COAT GIVE - A - WAY ;
SO, BRING IN YOUR GOOD USED
WINTER COATS WHEN YOU ARE
THROUGH WITH THEM.
St. Vincent de Paul is in need
for warm winter clothing
especially, Children's Coats,
Warm Sock's and Boots.
We deeply appreciate our hard working
Volunteers. For their dedication and
faithful service in helping
folks find necessary clothing,
furniture and household items
at a price they can afford.
THANK YOU !
PLEASE ADD STORES IN THE PURPOSE FILED
SEND YOUR CHECK TO:
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL THRIFT STORES
2101 Leavenworth Street
Omaha, NE 68102
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY
AND SUPPORT !
STORE BOARD - REP
OUR STORE BOARD
S. ROSALEE BURKE
Serving w/ Integrity and
AUGUST 2014 UPDATE
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|THE SOCIETY OF
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
BRING YOUR GENTLY
USED ITEMS TO A BUNDLE SUNDAY
CHECK ABOVE FOR COLLECTION
CONTACT, DATE AND PLACE
CALL: 402- 341-1688 TO SCHEDULE
A BUNDLE SUNDAY FOR
WE WELCOME YOU
TO SHOP AT ONE OF OUR CONVENIENT
SVDP STORE LOCATIONS.
MEETING YOUR BARGAIN SHOPPING NEEDS !
Valley , Nebr
Attention : Rita Ortmeir
ABOUT OUR STORES
Omaha's three St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores are similar to other used
goods stores, but their services extend beyond retail to meet the needs of those
living in poverty. Like other thrift stores, St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores
sell lightly used items at reasonable prices. They accept donations and give tax
receipts. They also pick up furniture and other household items at your home.
But that is not all..
The stores also provide two free complete clothing outfits to people
who have recently become homeless, have been released from prison or
find themselves in emergency situations. Additional free clothing may be
given according to need on a periodic basis. Last year, the stores gave
an estimated $17,000 worth of clothing to individuals and families
who otherwise might not have been able to acquire clothing.
Every fall, the stores also host a free winter coat give away.
In 2013 over 4,500 coats were distributed, which was a record year.
Due to generous donations, each store was able to keep a free
winter coat rack available throughout the winter season.
A significant number of St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores patrons
benefit from the voucher program. A collaborative effort between
the stores and Catholic parishes around the city, this program provides
furniture, and other household goods to people struggling financially.
The stores rely on a constant supply of donations to keep up
with the demand. That is where you come in !
Your donations make it possible for the stores to continue their work
of Christian charity in the Omaha community. Whether you are motivated
by a spirit of generosity or annual spring cleaning, your donations
are needed and greatly appreciated. You can drop off clothing, furniture,
and household items at any of three convenient store locations,
or you can call 402-341-1688 and arrange a time for items
to be picked up at your home.
In addition, you can participate in Bundle Sunday
collections at your parish. Bring your donations to church on the designated
weekend and the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store staff and volunteers
will load them and distribute them to the stores.
Finally, we are trying to get the word out to all residents in the area
to remind them why it's a great idea to donate items to
Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores.
Please Consider A Donation To Help Us Help Others ;
As you follow the example of St. Vincent de Paul, your donations will
help alleviate the burdens of poverty in a tangible way while
upholding the dignity of impoverished members of our community.
Thank you for your consideration and having a heart for the poor.
Thank You on behalf of:
Our Stores Board, Staff and Volunteers
|VISIT OUR NEW STORES' HOME PAGE
FOR MORE INFORMATION,
MISSION STATEMENT AND PICTURES HERE