10 Ways to Give to Charity

10 Ways to Give to Charity


Clearing Clutter for Charity

Are you thinking of selling your home?  Here are 10 ways to give to charity. The number one thing we recommend to our clients is to “declutter“.  We all have collections, whether stacks of books, our children’s old sports equipment kitchen odds and ends of dishes, glasses, cutlery. Also, furniture is no longer needed. You may even have stockpiles of clothing, shoes, purses, costume jewelry. There’s an old adage–“your stuff is another’s treasure”. Consider donating to a charity!

Decluttering is healthy! You will improve your homes’ salability and feel amazingly free.  There are countless charities to choose from and the best part is these charities help us and in return, we help them.

We have posted a few ideas about who takes what–and where it goes: If you have a favorite charity, let us know!

 
 
 

416-922-7323 or email info@childrensbookbank.com

Gently used children’s books for newborns to age 12. Gives away about 300 books a day to young children in low-income neighbourhoods.

 

416-365-1888  or jessiescentre.org for dropping off donations

205 Parliament Street, Toronto

Donate Car seats less than 4 years old, foldable strollers, and high chairs are needed. Giving away decluttering and donating Maternity clothes gently used toys and clothing for children up to 10 years old.

A Habitat for Humanity “ReStore” is a warehouse that accepts donations of overstocked, used, discontinued items and salvageable building materials donated from manufacturers, other stores, local contractors, and the public. Donating Items that are new and gently used like furniture, building materials, appliances, cabinetry, sinks, countertops, are very valuable. Household, décor items, lighting, and much more are given with greater value. The Restore will then sell your donated items at 30-70% less than the original retail value.

3 LOCATIONS

Mississauga

4500 Dixie Road, L4W 1V7
Mon – Sat 9 am – 6 pm
(905) 828-0987

Milton

25 Brown Street, L9T 7Z8
Mon – Sat 9 am – 6 pm
(905) 693-0444

Burlington

1800 Appleby Line, L7L 6A1
Mon – Sat 9 am – 6 pm
(905) 637-4446

St Vincent De Paul Store & Warehouse, Toronto

Accepting donations of clothing, furniture or various household goods.

Managed by the Toronto Central Council.

60 Newcastle Street (Royal York & Evans) .                           \

Toronto, M8Y 1A3 Telephone: 416 503-2472 . Fax: 416-503-0714
Email: stores.svdptor@bellnet.ca
Website: http://svdptoronto.org/what-we-do/special-works/stores-division/ .                Please contact the SSVP store nearest to you.

Salvation Army

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