The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Southwest Idaho District Council, Inc.

 

Thrift Stores...

The Society's Thrift Stores play an important role in providing assistance to those in need. Through a staff of employees and volunteers we work to collect, evaluate and merchandise a variety of donated goods. This merchandise provides a low cost shopping alternative of quality goods to low income individuals and families. Those who cannot afford clothing, furniture and other household items are provided for through the Vincentian initiated referral system of the Home Visits. Vouchers are given and are redeemable at our Thrift Stores.

Serving Christ's needy is the first purpose of all St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores. Funds from the Store's operations are used to support the Programs and Services we offer the community. When you shop at our stores, you help us to help others. Every purchase helps to sustain our work in alleviating human suffering and meeting the needs of the sick, the elderly and economically disadvantaged individuals and families. Your donations improve the quality of life for many in need throughout our community.

As a Special Works of our organization, the Thrift Stores provide a number of important functions to our community. By collecting items such as clothing, furniture, household items, appliances, vehicles and other items, we become a recycling resource. Thrift Store shopping supports the environment by extending the useful life of these items. Hundreds of thousands of pounds of clothing, thousands of pieces of furniture and tons of household goods are given a second life and kept out of landfills. St. Vincent's has been Green for over 181 years!

Please come and browse through our stores. Whether you are looking for a good book to read or a buried treasure, it can all be found at St. Vincent de Paul.

"I want to wrap up the whole world in a network of charity."
-Frederic Ozanam


Thrift Stores Locations
6464 State St
Boise, Idaho 83714
Phone: 208.853.4921
Mon-Sat 9:30am-6:00pm
2110 S. Broadway Ave
Boise, Idaho 83706
Phone: 208.333.8001
Mon-Sat 9:30am-6:00pm
213 N. Main St.
Meridian, Idaho 83642
Phone: 208.888.9101
Mon-Sat 9:30am-6:00pm
1403 2nd St South
Nampa, ID 83651
Phone: 208.442.3089
Tues-Thur 10am-3pm
Sat 10am-3pm
240 E. 5th North St.
Mt Home, ID 83647
Phone: 208.587.0701
Mon-Sat 9:30am-6:00pm

Store Content

Store Updates
October colored tag sale is Pink
as well as purple tag collectibles dated 8 for August:
Oct 1st-11th 25% off
Oct 13th-18th 35% off
Oct 20th-25th 50% off
Oct 27nd-31st 75% off

The stores have a great selection of Costumes, Halloween and fall decoration for inside and outside the house. Stop by and check it out.

We have a great selection of furniture in all our stores, for all rooms of your home or office. Select furniture on sale now 25% to 50% off.

View some of our selections on Craigslist.

Items we are in need of to help others:
Dressers.
Beds. mattresses and frames of all sizes.
Bedding.
Dining room tables and chairs.
Couches and love seats.
Clothing for men and children.
Plus sizes and maternity.
Shoes for men and children.
Coats for men and children.

Did you know that when you donate a vehicle or other donated items to Saint Vincents the money stays here locally to help people in need.

Time to clean out the garage, basement, attic and closets. Do you have items in need of pick-up? For donation pick up call 853-4921 for Boise and Meridian or 587-0701 for Mountain Home, or you can drop your items off at one of our store locations.

Thank you again for your continued support in helping us to help other locally in your community.

Thank you again,
Vicky Rowell
Director of Stores

••• Be sure and check out all of our Locator page for maps and driving directions for all of our Thrift Store Locations. •••

Thrift Store News...

Store happenings:

Be sure to stop by any of the Boise, Meridian, Nampa or Mountain Home Stores for the latest news and information.


The poor are hungry not only for food, they are hungry to be recognized as human beings.   
They are hungry for dignity and to be treated as we are treated. They are hungry for our love.   

Mother Teresa   
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