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    The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul welcomes your donations of clothing, draperies, furniture and household goods to help those in need.
    Donated goods are provided to our neighbours in need in communities across Windsor Essex County.
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Locations Update:

Our Amherstburg store is now taking donations Monday to Saturday 11 to 4.
Please take donations to the large door on 61 Murray street.
For large items please call for pickup 519 253-7481

Lauzon, King St., Essex, Amherstburg and Harrow stores are now open as well as the main office (Lauzon) is open. Amherstburg and Harrow are not accepting donations. As a reminder you must wear a mask in our stores.

Reduced Hours: 10-5 Monday to Saturday.

Donation drop off at Lauzon hours are 9 am - 4 pm Monday through Saturday except Wednesday when we are closed for Warehouse maintenance. Lauzon’s drop off is at 1245 Lauzon Road Windsor. Dontaion drop off at King St. is open Monday to Saturday 11 am to 4 pm. King's drop off is at 3718 King St Windsor.

Clothing donation bins are open.

SUMMARY OF VINCENTIAN ACTIVITIES
ACROSS CANADA

The Mission of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul implies that as Vincentians, we see Christ in anyone who suffers, come together as a family, have personal contact with the poor and help in all possible ways.
Number of people helped locally:
50,000
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Press Release:

Society of Saint Vincent de Paul and COVID-19

The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul: Windsor-Essex county hopes that you are all staying safe and healthy in these difficult times.

Our Amherstburg store is now taking donations Monday to Saturday 11 to 4.
Please take donations to the large door on 61 Murray street.
For large items please call for pickup 519 253-7481

Lauzon, King St., Essex, Amherstburg and Harrow stores are now open as well as the main office (Lauzon) is open. Amherstburg and Harrow are not accepting donations. As a reminder you must wear a mask in our stores.

Reduced Hours: 10-5 Monday to Saturday.

Donation drop off at Lauzon hours are 9 am - 4 pm Monday through Saturday except Wednesday when we are closed for Warehouse maintenance. Lauzon’s drop off is at 1245 Lauzon Road Windsor. Dontaion drop off at King St. is open Monday to Saturday 11 am to 4 pm. King's drop off is at 3718 King St Windsor.

Clothing donation bins are open.

Despite all that is going on, we have still been receiving donations at our stores and bins across Windsor-Essex. These donations are of considerable value to us as a charity, but we ask that you donate them at the end of the crisis. With our many of our locations closed and our donations drop off bins having reduced service many of your donations are being lost. While they are left outside our stores these precious items are weather damaged or stolen. If you do not have the space for your smaller donations you can drop them off at one of our bins across Windsor and Essex county. When left outside donations stop being of help to those in need.

We have also seen an increase in dumping these last few weeks. It is understandable that the people of Windsor-Essex might being having trouble disposing of larger garbage items with the closure of the local dumps but be aware that not all items are of use to those in need. Damaged furniture, broken appliances, and shredding are not items that we can use, in fact these items cost Society of Saint Vincent de Paul. Our garbage disposal is not free. When you dump at our bins you are taking food out of the mouths of those we serve.

Isolation is an excellent time to go through your belongings and purge your unneeded cloths and household goods, but we ask that if you can hold onto your donations until this crisis is at an end. We know that most donators have the best of intentions, but these items will be most valuable to those in need if they are dropped off when are stores and warehouse are able to safely reopen.

Thank you for your generosity and understanding in these hard times. If you or anyone you know is having trouble with food security, please have them call us at 519-253-7481.
Please follow personal distancing, wash your hands, stay at home and be safe.

Rosanne Winger

Society of Saint Vincent De Paul

50,000 People Helped Locally

In 2016, Society of Saint Vincent De Paul had 26 conferences across Windsor and Essex County. The poor can count on the help of our 572 Vincentians who offer assistance to more than 50,000 people in need locally.

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Our volunteers seek people in need, wherever they live - in their homes, on the street, in shelters, in hospital or in prison. The activity of the SSVP is always based on love of neighbour in the local community. Volunteers work in their own area, and respond to local needs. Funded by donations, it also provides emergency assistance and rehabilitation for victims of natural or humanitarian disasters, and finances development projects.
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