Thrift Store

“Go to the poor, you will find God.” – St. Vincent de Paul




Closed on Sunday

Donation Hours
Mon-Sat 9:30am-4:00pm

Contact Us

23399 US Hwy 19 N
Clearwater, FL 33765

(727) 442-5306

[email protected]

New Year’s Day | Martin Luther King Day | Good Friday | Memorial Day | July 4th | Labor Day | Thanksgiving Day | Christmas Eve (closed at Noon) | Christmas Day

Daily Specials

Seniors 55+ – 25% off

off Clothing, Shoes, and Purses

off Featured Color tag

50% off Jewelry

off Storewide

Mystery Sale!

You Make a Difference

Shoppers and volunteers in our stores help us generate revenue to fund our programs year-round. Your purchase helps us provide low-cost and no-cost goods directly to those in need.

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul delivers furniture, clothing, and other household items to people who have experienced a terrible loss, such as a natural disaster, eviction or foreclosure, or domestic violence. A family may have been forced to move quickly and thus, needs help getting settled. We also provide items to low-income families who simply cannot afford them. Often during home visits, our volunteers discover that the family does not have furniture to sit on, a kitchen table to eat on, or beds for children to sleep in. In these cases, a voucher is provided to the family, which they can redeem for specific goods at our thrift stores.

Shop our featured items

Check out our instagram and facebook for the most up to date information on featured items that you can claim online!

Gift your time, talent and treasure.

Volunteer with us

We have many opportunities to help out at our Thrift Store including:

  • On-site donation collection
  • Donation sorting and tagging
  • General retail assistance
  • Furniture pickup and delivery
  • Jewelry sorting, displays, repairs
  • Electronics sorting, displays, repairs
  • Antique and special items
  • Online merchandising and resale (income sharing opportunity available)
  • Volunteer coordination and training
  • Social services referrals and assistance
  • Social media assistance

Frequently  Asked Questions

What are the age limits for volunteering with St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store?

Individuals who are 15 or older may volunteer by themselves at the Community Thrift Store.

Can my child volunteer with St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store to fulfill their Bright Futures Volunteer hours?

Absolutely! St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store records all volunteer hours and can send copies of them and/or sign any required forms.

I am only here part of the year, can I still volunteer?

Yes! You are always welcome to volunteer at the St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store.

What should I wear to volunteer?

Wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes.

What hours can I volunteer?

Anytime the Thrift Store is open, Monday – Friday 9:30 to 5:30 and Saturday 9:00 to 5:00. The Thrift Store is closed. We ask that you commit to volunteering at least 2 hours at a time.

Donate Goods or Schedule a Pickup

Drop off items behind the store or call (727) 442-5306 to schedule a pickup of larger/bulky items. 

Gratefully We Accept

  • Clothing, shoes, purses, and accessories for women, men, and children.
  • Kitchen items: dishes, flatware, glasses, pots and pans, bakeware, small appliances (toaster ovens, microwaves, coffeemakers, etc.).
  • Hospital equipment: walkers, wheelchairs, crutches, etc.
  • Exercise equipment.
  • Home goods: linens, rugs, artwork, framed mirrors, baskets, decorative items.
  • Furniture: bedroom sets, living room, dining/family rooms, outdoor furniture, lamps, lighting, etc.
  • Electronics: computers, monitors, DVD and VCR players, phones, radios, speakers, flat screen televisions less than five years old.
  • Media: books, records, compact discs, DVDs.
  • Miscellaneous: unopened toiletries, tools, sports equipment, functional bicycles, musical instruments.

Sorry, We Cannot Accept

  • Weapons
  • Infant car seats and cribs
  • Large Appliances
  • Swing sets
  • Pianos/organs
  • Sleeper sofas
  • Entertainment systems
  • Entertainment centers
  • Automotive parts
  • Mirrors without frames
  • Metal hangers
  • Encyclopedias
  • Copies of VHS tapes and blank VHS tapes
  • Mattresses
  • China cabinets
  • Armoires over 6 ft tall/6 ft long
  • Anything marked flammable, poisonous, or hazardous (including acids, cleaning supplies, pesticides, paints, oils, propane tanks, etc.)
  • Anything that is ripped, stained, broken, fire/smoke damaged, or otherwise in unsellable condition.
Would you give it to your neighbor?

Corporate Donors

The St. Vincent de Paul Society gratefully acknowledges donations from manufacturers, retailers, distributors, and other companies. Donate your excess inventory, unsold merchandise, or items with minor imperfections. By donating, you help the Clearwater families in need, and practice green business by minimizing your landfill usage. Donations are also tax deductible.

About Our Murals

Bl Frédéric Ozanam
(1813 – 1853)

Founder of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul when he was 20 years old. He was widely known as a voice for the poor. He was also a layman, husband, father, and college professor.

St. Vincent de Paul
(1581 – 1660)

Priest and the namesake and Patron Saint of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, he founded the Congregation of the Mission, Confraternities of Charity and the Daughters of Charity.

Bl Rosalie Rendu
(1786 – 1856)

Daughter of Charity who dedicated her entire adult life to serving the people in the poorest district of Paris and was beloved by all. She helped introduce the first members of the Society to his work of charity.

Artwork by Sharon Jill, Fran Petrow, and Maggie Ruiz

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Thrift Store

23399 Us Highway 19 N
Clearwater, FL 33765

(727) 442-5306

[email protected]

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Upper Pinellas County is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are fully tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.
EIN: 59-3050191