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How YOU Can Help!

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We appreciate each and every donation we receive, however large or small. Thanks to the generous support of donors such as you, we will continue to ease the burden of families living in poverty in Sonoma County and beyond, today and for years to come. Here are just three examples of how your donation, large or small, can make a big difference in a needy neighbor’s life.

  • $50 can provide 6 outfits of school clothes to a child in need!

  • $100 buys a sofa and dining table for a family moving into their first residence after being homeless!

  • $250 can help a single parent keep the lights and heat on for their family

  • $500 pays for 100 meals for people who might otherwise go hungry


Make a secure one-time or recurring donation online now: click here.

Other Ways to Give:

  • Donate a vehicle: call 707-584-1579 to get started.

  • Sign up for eScrip (or add us to your existing account) and earn funds for us when you shop — learn more here.

  • Mail us a check: St. Vincent de Paul District Council Sonoma County, PO Box 1095, Rohnert Park, CA 94927.


To discuss corporate giving, a legacy donation, or a bequest: Contact Executive Director Jack Tibbetts — 707-495-7438 or

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Thank you so much for your interest in volunteering for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Sonoma County! Since beginning our operation in Sonoma County in 1958, our mission has been to provide a critical safety net of caring services to bridge the gap for those that are temporarily facing financial hardship and to pave a road to independence for those who have been suffering for generations. Over the years our Thrift Store, Dining Room and volunteer network have grown to serve more than 150,000 Sonoma County residents per year.


If you are interested in volunteering at the St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store in Rohnert Park, please call 707-584-1579.


If you are interested in the St. Vincent de Paul Community Kitchen, please call 707-584-1579.


The gifts we receive of time, talent, or treasure are genuinely a blessing for the needy of Sonoma County.


Again, we thank you for your interest and for making a significant difference in the lives of the poor.



Brando Rojas

Special Programs Director and Grants Manager

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Your Purchases and Donations Make a Difference!


***NOTE: Great news! Our St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store has reopened! Our new business hours are 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday through Sunday.***

Donations are Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. However the dock is currently on a hour to hour basis. Please call ahead to see if the dock is open. For donation guidelines or more information: 707-584-1579

Our Thrift Store offers more than exceptional bargains and affordable shopping options on gently used clothing, furniture, and household goods.

We also work with local agencies to accommodate our economically disadvantaged neighbors with home furnishings or clothing. Anyone referred by a local service agency or SVdP Conference is eligible.

Best of all, the merchandise you donate to or purchase from our Thrift Store directly benefits your neighbors in need. All Thrift Store profits are fed back into the Community Kitchen Free Dining Room and our programs, providing much-needed support to families and individuals who are suffering in Sonoma County.

Our Thrift Store staff is proud of their contributions to our community, and passionate about delivering the utmost in upbeat customer care. Check us out, in person or online on eBay or craigslist!


Visit the SVdP-Sonoma Thrift Store


5671 Redwood Dr.,

Rohnert Park, CA  94928

Shop: Monday through Sunday,

10 a.m. to6 p.m.; 

Donate: Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Donations are on a hour to hour basis. Please call ahead to see if the dock is open.

Call for donation guidelines, or more information: 707-584-1579


Shop Our Thrift Store Online


Our online stores are open 24/7 and feature unique collectibles, vintage, books and fabulous
one-of-a-kind treasures from the SVdP-Sonoma Thrift Store.

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Your support makes it possible for us to serve tens of thousands of people living in poverty in and beyond Sonoma County, and more than 75,000 hot, fresh meals to the hungry every year. 

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