We are in need of donated clothing  for men, women, and children.  Donated clothing should be clean and in wearable condition.  Please contact us with any questions.  Drop off clothing at Saint's Place at any time. (46 South Main Street, Pittsford, New York - next to St. Louis church) If no one is there, please leave items on the back porch in plastic bags to protect them from the weather. Thank you. 

Our goal is to provide the refugees arriving in Rochester with a furnished, functional home.  We are always in need of furniture, lamps, small appliances, linens, pots and pans, dishes, toys for the children, and other household items.  Donated items should be clean and in good working/usable condition.  Please contact us to make arrangements to drop off items or to have us pick them up at your convenience.  Thank you.

If you have questions about HOW to donate or WHAT to DONATE

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Financial support is always needed and greatly appreciated.  Your money goes toward the expenses of running Saint's Place, including the costs of house and van maintenance.  Monetary donations will also go toward the purchase of items needed by the refugees.  Every dollar is important to us and we are very careful in our spending.  Every penny spent is in aid of others in need.  If you have any questions, please contact us.  Thank you.

46 South Main Street
Pittsford, NY 14534
585-385-6860
saintlady@saintsplace.org
Open Monday-Thursday 8:30 - 4:00

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Saint's Place, A Refugee assistance program

Receipts provided for all donations. Donor determines item value for tax deductions.


Saint’s Place Donation Schedule



Donations will be accepted Mondays through Thursdays from 8AM – 4PM. At this time we do not need file cabinets, recliners,  bookcases, desks, entertainment centers or China cabinets.  We do need kitchen tables and chairs, small dressers, end tables, nightstands, coffee tables and lamps.

 Thank you for your continued support and help.

Due to your generosity many refugees and needy people in Rochester are sleeping in homes that are welcoming and well equipped.