of the Stores Division:
Society of St. Vincent de Paul Stores’ Division bears
witness to our Christian faith through the solicitude and care
of those who lack adequate clothing and furniture. We act as
an intermediary between people who wish to donate and those in
to the poor is the service of Christ himself.” Therefore the
Society aspires to serve and become part of communities that
are economically disadvantaged.
Stores’ Division endeavors to integrate the benevolent
assistance provided by Vincentians, local Parishes and
community volunteers in meeting the needs of justice and
charity in the community.
Vincent de Paul –
Retail Store Locations:
Hours of Operation Tuesday to Saturday 9:00 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
60 Newcastle Street
– Etobicoke 416-503-2472/fax 416-503-0714
Store and Warehouse Outlet (Royal York & Evans)
253 Broadview Avenue
265 Lakeshore Road
– Port Credit 905-278-0437
& Hwy 10, Mississauga)
15 Albert Street - Oshawa
King St. E. & Simcoe St. N.
are gladly accepted at all retail locations as well as at
different parishes on different weekends through the
Bundle Up Collection program.
of gently used clothing and small household goods are
collected through Bundle Up Collections
Society trucks are parked in up to six parish parking
lots each weekend. Members
of the Society attend the truck before and after masses to
Up Collections also take place at schools and businesses
during the week.
you are interested in arranging a bundle up collection, please contact
our Stores Division at
here for a complete list of Bundle Up
Collections and a participating parish near you or
see below for the list of stores where donations can be
donated clothing and household goods are used in the following
to persons in need through a voucher system at our community
to residents and/or clients in our emergency shelters, court
services and Marygrove Camp programs
at low cost in our community stores with revenue used to
assist in the support of our other programs
and New Bed, Table and Chairs Program:
The Society is committed to providing emergency assistance to
those in need. conferences
have the ability to supply individuals and families with
clothing vouchers, new beds as well as tables and chairs
through a voucher system.
Through the home visitation program,
members of the Society can identify the need, and help respond
with this type of material assistance. A relationship has also
been established with Goodwill in order to provide greater
access to store locations for people needing to redeem their