One of the biggest challenges about organizing is what to do with the stuff you want to donate. I have a simple solution you can use to motivate monthly decluttering. Set-up a monthly pickup with one of the charities below. Or see if your favorite charity offers free donation pickup.
If you know you have a truck coming to pick-up donations then you are more likely to go through your clothing at the start of a season, your children’s toys, the books that are filling the shelves or the tools in the garage that your replaced for your husband this father’s day.
There was an article in the Star a few weeks ago about where to clear clutter for charity. One of the biggest challenges of organizing – what to do with the things you no longer want or use.
I thought it was a great list and as we begin to move in for cooler weather and decide we have too much stuff – here is a list of places that will happily take it off of your hands.
http://avpsolutions.com/?p=1444 Canadian Diabetes Association – 1-800-505-5525 to schedule pickup
The Diabetes Association will use your donations to fund their and support diabetes research.
http://bossons-fute.fr/?fimerois=rencontres-blois-2015&9ba=64 What they accept: Appliances, Bedding, Books, Clothes, Electronics, Toys, Sports Equipment
source Children’s Book Bank – Drop off at 350 Barkley St.
The Children’s Book Bank provides books to children in low-income neighborhoods.
site de rencontre pour timide Furniture Bank – 416-934-1229 to schedule pickup or drop off
The Furniture Bank works with shelters and agencies to provide furniture to abused women, refugee families and at-risk youth.
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here Habitat for Humanity – 416-755-7353 to schedule pickup or drop off
Habitat for Humanity builds affordable housing and depends on the donations of gently used and like new building supplies.
What they accept: Appliances, Furniture
lavrare traning binario Jessie’s, The June Callwood Centre for Young Women – 416-365-1888 for drop-off info
Jessie’s offers services and support to women ages 18 and under who are pregnant or have children.
What they accept: Baby gear, Toys
Yahoo forex web service New Circles – 416-422-2591 for drop-off info
Provides new and gently used clothing to low-income families and new immigrants.What they accept: Clothing
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Proceeds provide support to addiction recovery programs.
What they accept: Appliances, Bedding, Books, Clothing, Furniture, Electronics, Toys, Sports Equipment
http://davisslater.com/ficeryw/6040 Pegasus – 416-913-2544 for drop off info
The proceeds from Pegasus support programs for adults with developmental disabilities and autism.
What they accept: Kitchenware, Books, Clothing
https://www.gemeinde-stammham.de/destolo/3411 Woodgreen red door family shelter – 416-915-5671 to schedule pick-up (for a fee)
The items from this Organization benefit clients moving out of shelters or families or abused women.
What they accept: Clothing, Furniture, Kitchenware
These have all been added to my website at: Where to Donate Stuff