Thanks to our amazing, committed volunteer delivery team. As of Saturday, August 8th we have resumed delivery of furniture items (purchased with vouchers or money). Thanks to our patient customers for understanding that the team can only deliver to the front door of your building – to keep all as safe and comfortable as possible.
We will continue to accept gently used clothing and household items (no furniture at this time) this upcoming week, ONLY on
Thursday, June 25th between 12 noon and 3 p.m.
at SSVP Brant Thrift Store, 143 Wellington, Brantford
> Our volunteers will not handle your donations. Please follow their direction to place your items in the carts provided where they will be quarantined until it is safe for our volunteers to process them.
> If items are packed in a box please close the top of the box to permit most efficient use of our storage space.
> Our retail space has not yet reopened; we’re taking it slowly to keep everyone safe & healthy.
by Marg Beach, Director of Systemic Change, SSVP Brant
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Brant celebrated National Education Savings Week by hosting a Canada Learning Bond sign up event at our Thrift Store on Nov. 23rd, 2019. The Canada Learning Bond provides up to $2,000 in education savings funds for each eligible child. Continue reading “For Saving for Success (Canada Learning Bond program)- a successful event!”
In her last year as a student at Assumption College, Meghan Josling did a work placement at the St. Vincent de Paul Valu Shoppe in Brantford. Because she made such a connection with her fellow volunteers, Meghan returns to help out on holiday breaks from her schooling at Mohawk College.
Meanwhile Meghan continues her pursuit of excellence in sport. Check out this most recent news from the Brantford Expositor, Friday, February 9, 2018:-