Declutter, donate,
do good.

Help care for your community through the winter by donating gently used clothing & household items you no longer want or need.

Here’s how donations made an impact last year: 

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Over 79.8 million lbs diverted from local landfills

The average weight of an adult Canadian is 171 lbs, which means that the weight of clothing and household items we diverted is equal to 466,879 adult Canadians.
This diversion resulted in:
133,989 Kilolitres

of water saved

809,365 Tonnes

of carbon emissions displaced

Which is equivalent to:
37,173,898 trees

planted

175,949 cars

removed from the road

Winter donations are needed!

Heading into winter, your local Donor Welcome Centre is in need of cold-weather wear and everyday household essentials like these:

How to Repair Stained Clothing

Clothing & Footwear – Women, Men & Children

• Long Sleeve Shirts & T-Shirts
• Jeans & Dress Pants
• Coats & Jackets
• Activewear
• Sneakers & Boots

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Kitchen Essentials

• Cookware & Bakeware
• Plates, Bowls & Dishes
• Cups, Glasses & Mugs
• Platters & Serving Bowls
• Small Kitchen Appliances

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Bedding & Linens

• Throw Blankets & Pillows
• Quilts & Coverlets
• Curtains

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Leisure & Other

• Sporting Goods
• Books & Media
• Board Games & Toys
• Pet Accessories
• Electronics

Get there now

With over 120 locations across Canada, your local Salvation Army Thrift Store is nearby and ready to gratefully accept your gently used donations.

Donors make a difference

Our donors help us care for our communities and the planet we share in so many ways. Learn more about the social and environmental impact of donating with us.

At The Salvation Army Thrift Store, a sweater is more than just a sweater.

Learn why: