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9 places to donate old clothing and furniture

BT Toronto | posted Tuesday, Apr 18th, 2017

Furniture drop-off:

Habitat For Humanity’s ReStore

Allows people to drop off their unwanted furniture at locations across Canada

Furniture bank

Accepts gently used furniture, housewares, electronics and artwork that go directly to families in need

Shelter and Charity:

Donating to shelters: 

Red Door Family Shelter 

Accepts gently used seasonal clothes and shoes, household items and new baby items

Charity pick-up: 


Will pick up bags of gently used items like clothing, bedding and linens right from your doorstep.

Thrift stores and eyeglasses

Donating to thrift stores: 

Salvation Army Thrift Store

Clothing, furniture, electronics and antiques are among the list of accepted

Prescription eyeglasses:

The Lions Club

collects, cleans, and sorts eye glasses (as well as hearing aids), and provides them to needy people in many countries around the world.

Stores and mom-to-mom

Selling back to stores: 

Once Upon A Child

Allows you to sell everything kid related back to the store for a percentage of the original price.

Play it again sports 

Offers the same service with on-the-spot evaluation of items brought in, but with used sports and fitness equipment.

Mom to Mom Sales    

Toronto Mom to Mom, indoor garage sale of baby/child items

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