Donate

A gentle but urgent nudge - please donate today! 
Our neighbors need your help.  


St. Vincent de Paul Appleton's Bed Program provides box springs and mattresses to people who are in need and without.

Home Visitors meet with individuals and families to offer a compassionate listening ear and to determine how we can help.

                   
                
      
Home Visitors continue to identify people who are in need every day, and we need your help!

Donate any amount today and help purchase a box spring and/or mattress for a neighbor in need who has been sleeping on the floor.        
   
We need your support today!
   

Another way to support St. Vincent de Paul's Bed Program is by donating new and/or used frames to be provided to those in need. 


Donate Merchandise

Our store is able to help many, many people because of our donors, generous friends and neighbors, like you!

We accept most items:

  • Clothing, shoes and boots
  • Jewelry
  • Hats, gloves, mittens and scarves
  • Books, records, compact discs, video tapes and DVDs
  • Games, toys and sports equipment
  • Housewares: dishes, utensils, glassware, lamps and small appliances
  • Collectibles, antiques and knickknacks
  • Hand tools and power tools
  • Domestics: linens, curtains, blankets, etc.
  • Electronics: stereos, radios, VCRs, DVD players, etc.
  • Furniture: dressers, bed frames, sofas, tables, etc.

Please call our furniture department with any questions or for more details 920-739-1679, Ext. 5.

We appreciate clothing that is washed beforehand; however, we accept clothing with stains and tears. We recycle clothing that can not be sold in our stores or given through our voucher program. Funds from the recycling of clothing support our mission of helping people in need.

Items we cannot accept... 

We apologize for any inconvenience; however, we cannot accept the following items:

  • Area rugs
  • Automotive equipment/tires
  • Building/construction equipment
  • Car seats
  • Cassette tapes
  • Chemicals/paint
  • Console stereos
  • Crib frames
  • Crib mattresses
  • Desks - large computer/office 
  • Drafting tables
  • Electrical blankets
  • Exercise equipment
  • Entertainment centers
  • Fire extinguishers/smoke detectors
  • Garment bags
  • Gas appliances
  • Gas cans/propane tanks
  • Hospital beds
  • Kitchen cabinets/countertops/sinks
  • Lawn mowers/ outdoor equipment (gas powered)
  • Mattresses/box springs
  • Medicine and medicine cabinets
  • Old or recalled baby furniture
  • Organs
  • Pack-n-Plays
  • Paint
  • Pianos
  • Pillows
  • Ping pong tables
  • Pool tables
  • Propane tanks
  • Recalled baby items
  • Sewing machines
  • Stuffed animal toys
  • TVs 
  • Typewriters
  • Upholstered furniture that is old, ripped, torn, stained, or has has pet hair
  • VHS/cassette tapes
  • Water beds
  • Window blinds 
  • Wood file cabinets
St. Vincent de Paul Appleton has the right to refuse any donation. 

We pick up! 

We are fortunate to have a truck, donated by the Keller Foundation, which we use to pick up donations if they include large pieces of furniture. We do not charge for our pick up service.

We pick up furniture on Tuesday through Friday, from 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM. To schedule a furniture pick up, call 920-739-1679 and press 5, or click here to submit a pick-up request form. 

All items for pick up must be on the first level of the home or in the garage. All appliances must be unhooked before they are picked up. Our truck drivers do not climb stairs while carrying donated merchandise and have the right to refuse any donation.

We welcome donations of the "left-overs" from rummage sales, and a pick up can be scheduled, if furniture is included.

Drop off

Warehouse attendants are available to help you unload your donations at our main store location from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday and from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday. Thank you for thinking about  St. Vincent de Paul and our mission of 'neighbors helping neighbors'!

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