Canadian Diabetes Association
Clothing, footwear, blankets, pillows, sleeping bags, toys, books, sports equipment, small household items, cellphones, computers. The donated articles are sold to Value Village stores and the proceeds support diabetes research, education and services. Call 1-800-505-5525 or visit diabetes.ca for drop off and pickup.
Clothing, jewelry, accessories, books, housewares. Proceeds support Pegasus’s programs for adults with developmental disabilities and autism. Drop off only. Visit pegasustoronto.ca or call 416-913-2544, Pegasus Thrift and Gift Store, 931 Kingston Rd. in the Beach.
Children’s Book Bank
Gently used children’s books for newborns to age 12. Gives away about 300 books a day to youngsters in low-income neighbourhoods. Drop-off is at 350 Berkeley St., near Gerrard St. Visit childensbookbank.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-922-7323
Clothing, shoes, children’s books, sheets and towels, small toys. Prom dresses, jewelry and new makeup appreciated. No pick-up.
Visit newcircles.ca or call 416-422-2591 for drop off locations. Just drop off.
Woodgreen Red Door Family Shelter Table and chair sets, sideboards, dressers, night tables, desks, shelving units, coffee and end tables. Furniture is given to clients moving out of shelters or abused women. There’s a pickup fee of $25 to $45 depending on location. For more information,
Oasis Clothing Bank
Most types of furniture, small appliances, televisions with screens 37 inches or less, bed frames and unstained mattresses. While items must be in decent condition, Furniture Bank does steam clean them. The organization’s pickup and delivery service is a social-purpose enterprise that employs people with limited job opportunities and helps fund the group’s services. The pickup fee varies, usually starting at about $70. Items can also be dropped off (call ahead if more than 10 items) at Furniture Bank, 25 Connell Court Unit #1 in Etobicoke. For more information and to arrange a pickup in the GTA, Visit furniturebank.org, email email@example.com or call 416-934-1229 ext. #2 or complete form online to have them call you.
Clothing, shoes, linens can be dropped off at Oasis boxes around the city. Bicycles, books, computers, exercise equipment, small appliances and furniture, sporting goods, stereos, toys, tools. Donated items are either given to participants in Oasis’s addiction recovery program or sold to help fund recovery services. Visit clothingbank.ca or call 416-751-0553. Just drop off.
visit www.reddoorshelter. ca/moving-program, email
movingprogram@reddoorshelter. ca or call 416-915-5671 ext. 222.
Jessie’s, The June Callwood Centre for Young Women
Car seats less than five years old, foldable strollers and high chairs, maternity clothes, gently used toys and clothing for kids up to age 10. Visit jessiescentre.org or call 416-365-1888 about dropping off donations at Jessie’s, 205 Parliament St. in Toronto.
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