(979) 232-2286
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Our shopping hours are from 9AM until 5PM Tuesday - Friday and 9AM until 3PM on Saturdays. We receive donations Tuesday-Saturday from 9: 30am-2: 30pm. We are closed Sundays and Mondays. Thank you for your continued support!
4.3 stars | 94 reviews
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We Provide Affordable House Hold Items!
Clothing | Furniture | Jewelry
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St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store|204 E 24th St, Bryan, TX 77803|(979) 232-2286
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LightHealer369 L. (LightHealer)
1 month ago
I met some truly amazing angels 😇 💜 who really changed how I feel about this city!
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Abbie Kesco
2 months ago
We find tons of treasures here. It’s a great cause to donate to!
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Mary Camarillo
6 months ago
I love there 75% sales. Friendly staff.
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Gladys Higginbotham
9 months ago
Loads of good merchandise, helpful friendly staff, not enough space to manage wheelchair, probably would have spent more if l had been comfortable.
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Thomas Marchetti
1 year ago
Quiet, peaceful place. Well ordered, neat and clean. Clothing and housewares available. Friendly, welcoming staff. Takes donations as well. Catholic.
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Sean Jurica
1 year ago
It’s my favorite place to shop. Good clothes for a good price

Non-profit organization In Bryan, TX

Founded in 1988, we are your local thrift store in Bryan, TX. Here at our store, it is our mission to provide reasonably priced items for those who can afford and for those that cannot. All of the items in our store have either been donated by individuals or through local Catholic parishes. Some of the treasures you can find include clothing, jewelry, household items, décor, artwork, and furniture. We truly have something for everyone. Are you interested in making a donation or volunteering with us? We would love that! Stop by for more information or to check out our selection today!

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