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"I was hungry and you gave me food; thirsty and you gave me drink; a stranger, and you welcomed me; naked and you clothed me; sick and you cared for me; in prison and you visited me"

Matthew 25: 35-36

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In accordance with Federal Law and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, political beliefs or disability.

Donations

Gently used donations are appreciated. For people wishing to donate physical items or make a financial contribution to La Pine St. Vincent de Paul Conference...... Please see the table below for more information.

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Ways to Contribute to St. Vincent de Paul
of La Pine

Monetary Donations

 

La Pine SVDP is a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation.

All monetary donations are IRS tax deductible and will be acknowledged with a letter documenting your donation for your records. Please include this donation form with your check. Please send your check to:

Society of St. Vincent de Paul of La Pine
Attn: Jerry Moore
PO Box 1008
La Pine, Oregon 97739

 

Capital Campaign

 

La Pine SVDP is a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation.

All capital campaign contributions are IRS tax deductible and will be acknowledged with a letter documenting your donation for your records. Please include this donation form with your check. Please send your check to:

Society of St.Vincent de Paul of La Pine
Attn: Jerry Moore
PO Box 1008
La Pine, Oregon 97739

Vehicle Donations

 

Your used cars, trucks, boats, RVs and other vehicle donations can be converted to resources to help us help others!

Please include this donation form with your vehicle.

Food Donations

 

Your food donation helps St. Vincent de Paul of La Pine feed hundreds of people throughout Southern Deschutes County, North Klamath County and North Lake County. These donations are accepted at both the retail thrift store Monday - Saturday 9:00 am -5:00 pm and at Social Services, Monday -Thursday 10:00 am -3:00 pm.

Clothing, Furniture and Merchandise

 

We accept gently used furniture, clothing and household items. Your donations are the lifeblood of our business and we thank you in advance for your support.
All donations will be accepted at the discretion of the staff. We have to pay to dispose of items that cannot be reused or recycled, which takes away from our charitable mission.

Volunteer Your Time

Want to help out?

Become a volunteer by working part-time at the La Pine Thrift Store or working in the Social Services. We need your time and talent! Call Kimberley or Jerry at 536-1956. The La Pine SVDP Board of Directors want to thank each and every volunteer. Without your many hours of volunteer time, our conference would not have been able to serve over 11,800 people in need last year.

Still not sure which option is for you?

 

Contact the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of La Pine directly. We are located at:

St. Vinnies Retail Thrift Store
51661 Huntington Road
La Pine, OR 97739
Phone: (541) 536-1956

 

Thrift Store Donations

The La Pine St. Vincent de Paul Retail Thrift Store depends solely on the generosity of the community for donations of clothing, household items, hardware, furniture, appliances, miscellaneous and vehicles.

We are now stationing our pickup truck for attended drop off donations at the following locations:

*Times subject to change. Call (541) 536-1956 for more information.

Donations can also be picked up with our truck by calling (541) 536-1956. These donations are sorted, evaluated, priced and placed in our retail thrift store for sale.

Surplus funds generated from the operation of the retail thrift store are channeled into our social service and food bank programs for the benefit of needy families and individuals regardless of race, creed or color. These funds provide food and emergency services for utilities, medical, dental, prescriptions, transportation, shelter or other miscellaneous needs necessary to maintain a basic quality of life.