St. Vincent DePaul

 

               
Phone: 920-867-3179  

Store  Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00 - 5:00 and Saturday 10:00 - 2:00  

 

It takes a lot of volunteers to keep the store open nearly 40 hours per week.  If you have a few hours to give, your time would be appreciated.

 

Volunteer Coordinator -Greta Baehnman (SSPP Parishioner)

"Call me if you would like to help"          Home phone 867-2351

 

The pictures below were taken in the Weyauwega Store Jan. 2012

 

 

             

 

 

 

 

Mission

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores throughout the United States are mutually formed in an association of lay employees and volunteers dedicated to serving our needy sisters and brothers. All who come to our stores are welcomed with dignity and respect. Our hope is that they leave as friends and return to shop with us again. Those who can not afford clothing, furniture, and other household items, are provided them through a Vincentian initiated referral system.
Customers, employees and volunteers are treated equally without regard to race, color, creed, age, sex or national origin. All, including the disadvantaged, handicapped and persons with special needs are employed so that we may all benefit from the talents and abilities of everyone seeking employment.
Serving Christ's needy is the primary goal of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul stores. In this ministry, we pledge to use sound business practices. Surplus funds (all monies raised minus operating costs) are dedicated to the support of Parish Conferences and charitable causes of the Society as approved by our Councils and Boards of Directors. 

 

 

For more information go to: http://www.svdpappleton.org/ 

 

 

If YOU need help

If you or someone you know needs assistance with basic living conditions and expenses, contact Ss Peter and Paul Catholic Church (920) 867-2179 or call the store (920) 867-3179 to make arrangements to talk with a St. Vincent de Paul conference representative. Or, you can contact Leaven, the Red Cross, or the Salvation Army or other area social service agencies. Personnel there will discuss and help evaluate your needs and determine how to best meet the need.

If you receive a voucher, call the store to schedule an appointment to discuss how the voucher system works and to start selecting your items. 
We schedule appointments from 9:00am - 12:00pm, and from 1:00pm - 4:00pm Monday through Friday. We are not able to process vouchers on Saturdays.

The voucher referral that you receive from a Catholic Parish or area social service agency will list what types of merchandise you can receive at no charge, based on the analysis of your needs. It might include clothing, bedding, house wares, furniture, appliances, etc. Having items listed on the referral form is not a guarantee that you will receive those items

 

 

Vincent de Paul was born of a peasant family in 1580.  He was ordained in 1600... five years later he was captured by Turkish pirates while he was traveling home on the sea after receiving an inheritance.  He was sold as a slave...

(to learn more about his life that lead to sainthood go to:

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15434c.htm 

 

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