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DONATION CENTRES

There are a number of donation centres that accept most any household item.  All you have to do is pop into a thrift store to see the variety of items that you may perceive to be unuseful, are readily bought up by others.  Donation helps others, and keeps items out of the landfill.  Click on the organizations below, to get more detailed info on what items are acceptable, locations near you, and if you are able to arrange for pick-up.


Region of Peel Waste Management
peelregion.ca/waste/donate
Aside from the normal debris, recyclable, and hazardous waste drop off, the Region of Peel Waste Management has a couple of donation bins where you can drop off selected household items.  The items go to specific charities as indicated.  

Value Village
valuevillage.com
Items accepted include clothing, household goods, electronics and furniture. 

Salvation Army
thriftstore.ca
Items accepted include clothing, household goods, electronics and furniture. 

Talize
talize.com
Items accepted include clothing, household goods, electronics and furniture. 

Mission Thrift Store
missionthriftstore.com
Items accepted include clothing, household goods, electronics and furniture.

Habitat For Humanity ReStore
habitat.ca/restore
Items accepted include new and used building materials, furniture, and household goods.
Pick up available.

Furniture Bank
furniturebank.org
Items accepted include bedroom furniture, living room and dining room furniture, clothing, household goods, and electronics. 
Pick up available for a small fee.  Charitable donation receipt given.

Canadian Diabetes
declutter.diabetes.ca/donate
Items accepted include clothing, household items and small electronics.
Pick up available.

The Kidney Foundation of Canada
kidneyclothes.ca
Items accepted include clothing and household goods.
Pick up available.

Share-It
share-it.ca
Items collected are used computers and computer components.
This group reconditions computers for low income families and individuals with special needs.