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St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store Rated Number 3 in all of Ohio

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MASON, OH – Cincinnati’s Mason thrift store has been ranked number 3 among all thrift stores in Ohio by Best Things Ohio. Highlighting St. Vincent de Paul’s commitment to the community, Best Things Ohio says, St. Vincent de Paul “provides needed goods for the less fortunate in many Ohio communities including Mason and the Cincinnati area.”

St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati has seven area thrift stores throughout Greater Cincinnati: stores are located in Colerain, Spring Grove Village, Evendale, Mason, Milford, Mt. Washington, and Western Hills. St. Vincent de Paul thrift stores provide quality merchandise at affordable prices. In 2017, St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati provided over $740,000 worth of clothing, furniture, and household items to neighbors in need through a voucher program. Additionally, proceeds from the stores support St. Vincent de Paul’s charitable services including homelessness prevention, medication through the Charitable Pharmacy, and assistance with basic needs like food and personal hygiene items.

To find a store near you, visit SVDPcincinnati.org or call 421-CARE (2273).

About St. Vincent de Paul
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has been providing innovative, practical emergency assistance to Greater Cincinnati and Hamilton County residents in need for 149 years. The organization works personally with those in need, regardless of race or creed, to bridge the spiritual, emotional and material gaps in their lives through home visits provided by neighborhood-based volunteer groups, and groundbreaking initiatives like the Charitable Pharmacy as well as a network of nine food pantries and seven thrift stores and donation centers across Cincinnati. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul continues to be a leading community service organization, recognized as a Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics winner by The Better Business Bureau (BBB), a One Award Finalist, and as Non-Profit of the Year by The CincinnatiUSA Regional Chamber of Commerce. For more information, visit SVDPcincinnati.org.

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