Diabetes Canada’s “Declutter” program offers scheduled clothing pickups for unwanted clothing. They also have curbside drop offs and donation bins for people to donate unwanted clothing. For household pickups, clothing must be sealed in a secure bag or box that is labelled and weighing less than 40lbs. Acceptable donatable items include textiles, clothing, bedding, tableware, cutlery, sporting goods, cameras, laptops, cellphones, etc. Unacceptable items include furniture, automobile parts, flammable items, infant appliances, construction material etc. You can find your closest donation bin by inputting your Postal Code on their website, or Schedule a Pickup.
The Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy is a non-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to supporting people with Cerebral Palsy in Ontario, Canada. OFCP’s free home collection service primarily accepts donations of clothing, bedding, shoes, coats, and other textiles, but they can also accept toys, books, sporting goods, electronics, and housewares. There are OFCP donation bins collect the same forms of textile and clothing goods, and you can find your local donation bin on their website. OFCP is partnered with Value Village in select locations. Donations made to Value Village for OFCP are bought by Value Village, and provide essential funding to OFCP for their programs and services.