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Thrift Store Donations

To schedule a donation pick-up, please call (925) 439-5060

Donations of clothing and household goods are accepted all of our Thrift Store locations in Pleasant Hill, Brentwood and Pittsburg.

Not sure what to donate? View our wishlist and items we can and cannot accept in a downloadable PDF.

Pleasant Hill Store

2815 Contra Costa Boulevard,

Pleasant Hill, CA

Tel: (925) 934-5063

Store Hours

7 Days a Week: 10:00am-6:00pm

Donations Accepted:

Sun.-Tues. and Thurs.-Sat. 10:00 am – 5:30 pm

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Pittsburg Store

2210 Gladstone Drive,
Pittsburg, CA

Tel: (925) 439-5060

Store Hours:
Monday-Saturday: 9:00am-5:00pm

Donation Accepted:
Mon.-Wed. and Fri.-Sat 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

*please do not leave donations on Sundays

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Brentwood Help & Hope Thrift Center

8890 Brentwood Blvd

Brentwood, CA 94513


Store Hours

7 Days a Week: 10:00am-6:00pm

Donations Accepted:

Sun.-Mon. and Wed.-Sat. 10:00 am – 5:30 pm

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Whether you are shopping, donating, or volunteering at SVdP’s Thrift Stores, you are helping the needy!

SVdP Thrift Stores are Mission Driven

The proceeds from SVdP’s Thrift Stores are used to support SVdP’s programs to help the forgotten, suffering and deprived in our community. SVdP’s stores provide low cost and no cost goods to the most marginalized.
Store vouchers are given through the SVdP Conferences that conduct home visits to help people identify needs for clothing, housewares, furniture or beds from our stores at no charge. Last year SVdP’ stores provided over $70,000 in free goods to the needy.

SVdP Thrift Stores Offer Good Value

When you shop at SVdP’s Thrift Stores, you are getting very good value for the cost of your purchases. How? When you buy something at one of our stores, your shopping expenses support our mission of helping our neighbors in need.
The more items you purchase from us or donate to us, the more we are able to help the poor.
Come to SVdP to find an amazing selection of quality merchandise at low prices. And know whether you are shopping or donating, you are giving – and changing the lives of the needy.

We also appreciate the following companies, individuals and foundations who have generously donated goods and services to us for the benefit of the poor we serve.

Food Bank of Contra Costa/Solano


John Muir Mount Diablo Health Foundation

Knights of Columbus – Council #4060 – St. Isidore, Danville, (Thanksgiving and Christmas Food Baskets)

Kaiser Permanente (health education materials)

Pittsburg Disposal Services

The Wheelchair Foundation (wheelchairs) White Pony Express (food and clothing)