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Donate Clothes (Kingston Area)

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CANADIAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION KINGSTON 

Toll-free from anywhere: 1-800-505-5525 Donations of clothing, toys, sports equipment, kitchen utensils, printer cartridges and cell phones are also welcome at: 541 Days Road, Unit 10, Kingston, Ontario, K7M 3R8. Phone: (613) 384-0767 (613) 384-0767  Email: kingston.operation@diabetes.ca WishList: https://www.diabetes.ca/get-involved/ways-to-donate Find a donation bin (Note: donated articles are sold to Value Village stores across Canada, which raises money for diabetes research, education, service and advocacy.)
Clothes4Kids_logo_forweb-175x200Corus Clothes for Kids is not a registered charity, but it is a program trusted by CKWS-TV, and for many years they collect money donations to purchase new snowsuits & accept new snowsuits to give to families with children from newborn to the age of 13 – keeping children warm since 1988. WishList/More info: https://globalnews.ca/pages/clothes-for-kids-campaign/

KINGSTON INTERVAL HOUSE – for women and children in crisis

WishList: http://kingstonintervalhouse.com/how-to-help/donate-personal-items/ Contact    Office: (613) 546-1833 or (613) 546-4136 E-mail: admin@kingstonintervalhouse.com

LOVING HANDS KINGSTON (Not a charity, but assists over 40 charities in Kingston)

Interested in clothes, bed and table linens, comforters. See other categories in CharityWishList.ca for other wanted items. Contact: T. (613) 217-2354 Email: lovinghandskingston@gmail.com Facebook: @LovingHandsKingston Twitter: https://twitter.com/KingstonHands Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lovinghandskingston/

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY OF KINGSTON

Portion of wish list:
  • Men’s Clothing
  • Bedding (blankets, sheets, pillows)
  • Towels and facecloths
  • Socks (mens, womens and children)
  • Winter items – coats, hats, mittens, scarves
  • Long underwear (men’s, women’s and children’s)
  • Sleeping bags and tarps
For the most recent Wish List: http://www.svdpkingston.com/immediate-needs-2/ Contact: http://www.svdpkingston.com/contact/ Address:  85 Stephen Street, Kingston, ON  K7K 2C5 Wearhouse: 613-546-3333  E-mail: admin@svdpkingston.com

SALVATION ARMY  – Kingston

If you require pick up of your articles, please call 613-544-4396. Two thrift store locations in Kingston: KINGSTON BATH RD THRIFT STORE

277 Bath Road, Kingston, ON  K7M 2X6

Phone: 613-544-4396

KINGSTON DIVISION ST THRIFT STORE 472 Division St., Kingston, ON  K7K 4B1

Phone: 613-531-5002


13 Comments:

  1. Is there any donation spots open in Kingston during the covid shut down?

    • Hi Heather,
      Yes, “Loving Hands Kingston” helps charities in Kingston collect supplies. https://lovinghandskingston.ca/about-us

      They also have a Facebook page.

      Since you didn’t mention what you are looking to donate I can’t say for certain they will take what you are looking to donate but they accept a pretty wide range if items. If it turns out not to be a good fit, just let me know what type of item you want to give away and I will suggest another option if possible. Thanks for asking!
      Michelle Beaupre,
      CharityWishList.ca

  2. Christine Innocente

    Donations of childrens clothing: where can they be donated where they go to children not a store like value village?

  3. Does anyone know where there are clothes donation bins in Kingston? The one that used to be at the Canadian Tire at the top of Princess isn’t there anymore and I don’t know where to go ( also bc of covid). Any help would be great thank you

    • Hi Lisa, Salvation Army bind are full this weekend but they hope to have stores open Tuesday. You could try Loving Hands Kingston. They aren’t a charity themselves, but they exist to help the Kingston charities and collect items that go to real people in need. They know which charity needs what and can get your items to those who can actually put them to use. Thanks for asking! 613-217-2354 https://lovinghandskingston.ca/

      Sincerely, Michelle Beaupre, CharityWishList.ca

  4. Interval house and dawn house do not take used women clothing at this moment. I am getting rid of clothes, I am size 1X. Who wants them?

    • Hi Louise, thank you for asking. SALVATION ARMY – Kingston is interested. I spoke with someone at the Bath Road location and he said both locations would be interested.

      If you require pick up of your articles, please call 613-544-4396 (currently earliest pick-up would be Sept 23, contactless in front of your home.)
      Otherwise you can drop off at either of the two thrift store locations in Kingston:

      KINGSTON BATH RD THRIFT STORE
      277 Bath Road, Kingston, ON  K7M 2X6
      Phone: 613-544-4396  
      Drop off items Monday through Saturday 10:00 am – 4 pm

      and

      KINGSTON DIVISION ST THRIFT STORE
      472 Division St., Kingston, ON  K7K 4B1
      Phone: 613-531-5002
      Drop off items Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 4 pm

      Hope this helps,
      Michelle Beaupre
      CharityWishList.ca

  5. Looking to donate, unopened not expired baby formula. Baby bottles opened cleaned. Used baby girl and boy clothing mostly under 6 months. Some baby girl clothing with tags and a couple diaper sleeves unopened size 1. I dont live in kingston but thought maybe there was someone who would accept all of these.

    • Hi Melanie, thank you, here are some options (I would need to know what city are you in so I can suggest a place closest to you if not Kingston.) You are saying you would bring to Kingston? Please let me know.
      OPTIONS I can suggest: “Loving Hands Kingston” (they are volunteers that help out the charities in Kingston) would likely want all those items. Email: lovinghandskingston@gmail.com (613) 217-2354 https://www.instagram.com/lovinghandskingston/
      https://twitter.com/KingstonHands
      ==
      There’s also two locations for the Salvation Army in Kingston:

      SALVATION ARMY – Kingston
      If you require pick up of your articles, please call 613-544-4396.
      Two thrift store locations in Kingston:
      KINGSTON BATH RD THRIFT STORE
      277 Bath Road, Kingston, ON K7M 2X6
      Phone: 613-544-4396
      Drop off items Monday through Saturday 10:00 am – 4 pm

      KINGSTON DIVISION ST THRIFT STORE
      472 Division St., Kingston, ON K7K 4B1
      Phone: 613-531-5002
      Drop off items Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 4 pm
      ==
      There’s also “Martha’s Table” that feeds people in need in Kingston. They would likely love the formula and bottles (but they don’t usually take clothes – but you could ask – 613-546-0320 http://www.marthastable.ca/contact-us.html

      Thanks for wanting to share your items with a little one. I am sure they can be put to great use.
      You can also check out the Clothes section of the CharityWishList.ca website for more options, and the Food section for the formula if you want more options than above for Kingston. Hope this helps.
      Sincerely, Michelle Beaupre, CharityWishList.ca (613-859-3742)

  6. Hello, I have a variety of gently used and new men’s clothes from construction clothing, chef uniforms and work boots to casual attire and dress clothes from my father who recently passed away. Is there an organization that works with men getting into work that need clothing?

    • Hi Tanya, my condolences on the loss of your father. I have an organization in mind. I’m just going to verify with them and then I will get back to you again. Michelle Beaupre, CharityWishList.ca

    • Hi Tanya, looks like the best fit would be “Well Suited Kingston” Link: “https://www.facebook.com/WellSuitedKingston/

      Here is an excerpt from one of their FB post: “Now accepting donations on Monday’s at the 837 Princess street shop location. Donations will be accepted between 12 and 3pm. Send an email to wellsuitedkingston@gmail.com or send the FB administrator a message with any questions.
      We are in the hope that the donations will be “lightly worn” and have more of a modern look to them. Picture your self or your son or your friend putting the donation on. Wouldn’t you want them looking sharp? 👊
      Perfect donations are casual sports jackets, modern single breasted suits, formal and casual long sleeved shirts are perfect. Also, fitted shoes and dress shoes of all sizes as well a CSA work boots any size. 👌
      Us at Well Suited as well as the men we have suited in the Kingston community thank you! 😊 Thank you so much for the wonderful donations and helping men in your community get suited for a professional career.”

      They were suggested to me by “Loving Hands Kingston”.

      Hope this helps,
      Michelle Beaupre
      CharityWishList.ca
      613-859-3742

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