(850) 434-6615 Society of St. Vincent dePaul Council of Pensacola-Tallahassee, Inc.

So what is the Society of St. Vincent de Paul?

We are a society of people on a spiritual journey, trying to increase our knowledge of and participation in God’s plan for us. One of the ways we grow spiritually is to help our neighbors in times of need and SVDP is the perfect vehicle for facilitating this help.

We are a Society of . . . . . . listening to people’s struggles and hardships and trying to help them in the best way we can.

We are a Society of . . . . . .help, keeping a family out of the dark by paying their electric bill; keeping a roof over a family’s head when eviction threatens.

We are a Society of . . . . . food bags delivered with a smile, of dignity delivered to those who need it most – a fresh perspective and a view of the possibilities.

We are a Society of . . . . . . promise for the future by helping with tuition, providing clothing and shoes for a child returning to school, or we are that gentle nudge to finish high school or complete a GED.

We are a Society of . . . . smiles and a listening ear; hope for those who feel as if they will never stop struggling, to those who see no light at the end of the tunnel.

We are a Society of . . . . . a hot shower, fresh laundry and a filling meal for the homeless, of one person’s cast offs being turned into another person’s treasures, of children’s smiles at Christmas time.

We are a Society of ...dentures and a confident smile for those who thought they could never smile again.

Thrift Stores, Food Pantries & SVDP Alfred-Washburn Center

St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Stores:

Collectors, antique hunters, and pickers of all kinds, or anyone in need of a great deal are sure to find a bargain any day of the week at our SVdP Thrift Stores.

SVdP Thrift stores offer high quality donated furniture, appliances, clothing and household items at affordable prices. Shop the SVdP stores, find nearly new and vintage items for the home and fashion forward.

All proceeds benefit the poor. Donated items and contributions support the work of the Society in its mission to serve those in need in the community.

Please stop by and check out our great deals at our thrift stores.

Pick-up of donated furniture and appliances available. Call to schedule your free pick up: (850)434-6615.


Desoto Outlet:
2200 W. DeSoto Street
Open 10-3 Mon-Fri

SVDP Thrift Store:
120 Chiefs Way
Open 10-5 Mon-Fri; Sat 10-4

SVDP Thrift Store:
1417 W. Cervantes St.
Open 10-4 Mon-Sat

SVDP Thrift Store:
3832 9th Ave.
Open 10-4 Mon-Sat

St. Vincent DePaul Food Pantries:

Food Pantry:
2200 W. DeSoto
Open 10-2 Tues & 10-12 Wed

No appointment necessary must provide picture ID, SS card, and proof of residence.

Food Pantry:
5200 Saufley Field Road
Open 10-12 Tues and Thurs

By appointment only, Call 850-457-3833

St. Vincent DePaul Alfred-Washburn Center:

To find out more information about the Alfred-Washburn Center, go to http://www.alfredwashburn.org

(c) 2014 St. Vincent de Paul, District Council of Pensacola - Tallahassee • 2200 W. DeSoto Street • Pensacola, Florida • 32522 • Phone: (850) 434-6615