124 Evergreen St.
Rochester, NY 14605
Phone: 585-338-2330
Fax: 585-325-5771
Contact: Peter Schaad

"We are the hands of Christ in the heart of the city."

Our Vision

Like that of its founder, Frédéric Ozanam, the vision of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul "is to embrace the world in a network of charity."

Please Donate

Donations Needed!
Tax Deductible!
Please Donate Now!!!

Visit St. Vincent De Paul at Ontario Mall Antiques

Booths #52, 53 & 54
Display Cases #563, 564, 224, 502 & 918 at
1850 E. Ridge Rd

Behind Planet Fitness

Click to see our items!

St. Vincent's Treasure Trove

Visit our store! Come browse our aisles and aisles of merchandise! Find that hidden treasure you’ve been searching for!

OPEN SATURDAY March 30, 2019 10AM-3PM
April 6, 2019 10AM-3PM
SATURDAY April 13, 2019 10AM-3PM
SATURDAY April 20, 2019 10AM-3PM
SATURDAY April 27, 2019 10AM-3PM

Call for Saturday hours: (585) 330-8148

869 N. Clinton Ave.
(St. Michael’s Church Hall basement)

Look for our signs at Clifford Ave. and N. Clinton Ave.

Cash preferred. Checks accepted. No credit or debit cards.

Click to see our items!

All proceeds help the non-profit St. Vincent de Paul Society in its mission of helping those most in need… right here in Rochester.


Donate a Vehicle. Help Those in Need.
Two easy ways to donate your vehicle for auction:

The sale of each vehicle provides a significant benefit for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Your support will provide funding for transitional job training, food pantries and local thrift stores. You could earn a tax deduction, too.
Click here to donate!


Rochester Institute of Technology is proud to offer
the Rochester City Scholars program
to graduates of the Rochester City School District who are admitted as freshman to full-time study in baccalaureate programs at the University.
This scholarship program, for those meeting elegibility requirements, will cover full tuition at RIT. 
Apply by January 15th.
Click here for more information!

About Us

We are a social ministry committee of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini parish, working to improve the quality of life in our community through systemic change and providing basic household items to those who cannot afford them.

Click here to contact us.

Mission Statement

The St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Conference of the St. Vincent DePaul Society is a Catholic lay organization that serves as the hands of Christ in our community. We serve all God’s people with the utmost respect and in deepest humility. Following the compassionate tradition of the Society’s founder, Blessed Frederic Ozanam, and our patron, St. Vincent DePaul, we provide person-to-person assistance to those in need regardless of religious affiliation, race, or national origin. Our Conference reaches out to other organizations and to people of good will to ensure that every resource available is used to help the poor of our community.

What We Do


  • Provide assistance, in the form of furniture and basic household items, to residents of northeast Rochester who demonstrate need.
  • Connect those we serve with resources that allow them to attain services for themselves and retain their dignity and self-respect.
  • Operate St. Vincent’s Treasure Trove, an antiques and collectibles store. All proceeds support our mission of helping those in need.
  • Accept donations of furniture and household items in good condition.



Help Wanted

Pope Francis calls us to serve…and there's no better place to start than right here at home!
Become a volunteer with the St. Vincent de Paul Society and help serve those most in need right here in Rochester.

Opportunities include:

  • Helping pick up furniture donations
  • Staffing our store
  • Organizing our warehouse
  • Conducting home visits
  • Supporting fundraising and recruitment activities
  • Accounting and business support
  • And more

Interested? Call Peter Schaad at (585) 338-2330.


Replacing your living room or bedroom set? We’ll pick it up and find it a good home!

We need:

  • Beds
  • Dressers
  • Sofas
  • Tables and chairs
  • Lamps
  • Linens
  • Kitchenware

Donated items go directly to those in need or are sold at our store to finance the purchase of additional goods for those in need.

To arrange a pick-up or for more information, call (585) 338-2330.
Monetary donations are also welcome and are tax deductible. Click here for info.