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Donate Appliances – Kitchen & Laundry (Vancouver Area)

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY VANCOUVER 

ReStore accepts donations of new and used building materials, appliances and home décor items from homeowners, businesses and trades.

All donations must be clean and in good working order.  Items must be approved prior to drop-off or pick-up, see website at:

https://www.habitatgv.ca/restore-locations/

For more information or details on donations, please contact Dave Olson, Procurement Co-ordinator, at 604-681-5618 or email: donate@habitatgv.ca


LOOKOUT EMERGENCY AID SOCIETY

… is a charitable organization and social safety net that provides housing and a range of support services to adults with low or no income who have few, if any, housing or support options.

Always looking for donations of good quality items such as clothing, furniture, kitchenware and toiletries. Drop off items at 528 Powell Street, Vancouver (open at 10am each day), or at the North Shore Shelter, North Vancouver, or the Russell Residence (and New Westminster Shelter), New Westminster. Still have questions? Please email Karen Young at email: kareny@lookoutsociety.ca. See current wish lists:

http://lookoutsociety.ca/get-involved/donate/

Examples:

  • microwaves
  • kitchen table
  • chairs (2 or 4)
  • dishes (dinner plate, side plate, bowl, cup or mug) (4)
  • glasses (4)
    cutlery (for 4)
  • small pot
  • medium pot
  • frying pan
  • casserole dishes
  • can opener
  • peeler
  • serving spoons
  • egg flipper
  • mixing bowls
  • measuring cups and spoons
  • toaster
    coffee pot
  • kettle

Contact Lookout Emergency Aid Society at 604-255-0340 for information on dropping off goods or making a donation.

544 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C., V3L 1B1


The Salvation Army Thrift Stores

WishList: https://thriftstore.ca/donating-goods/


2 Comments:

  1. We have used clothes, shoes, dishes, frying pans, microwave, light weight vacuum cleaners, etc for donation. Do you pick up?

    • Hi Rose, thank you for wanting to re-home your items rather than tossing them. For Vancouver I would suggest The Salvation Army Thrift Stores. Here is a link: https://thriftstore.ca/donating-goods/
      CharityWishList.ca is like a directory, it helps donors of items find charities near them that want the type of items the donor wants to give. CharityWishList.ca doesn’t accept any items itself. I will update my website with the info I just provided to you. Thank you for asking. The link I just provided has a thrift store locator link and also lists the items they accept. All the best, Michelle Beaupre, CharityWishList.ca

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