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Donate Appliances – Kitchen & Laundry etc. (Toronto Area)



Large working appliances such as refrigerators and stoves, lighting fixtures, windows, doors, kitchen cabinets, sinks, toilets, bathroom vanities. Contact the closest Habitat for Humanity ReStorehabitat.ca/restore or call 416-755-7353. Some ReStores accept dining room sets, armoires and other non-upholstered furniture.

In some cases, a ReStore will arrange, with no charge, for a crew to dismantle and remove cabinets, countertops, sinks and other pieces being donated.

Tax receipts are issued for some items. ReStore profits fund administrative costs of the Habitat for Humanity affiliate that runs the store, so that other donations go directly to building homes for the needy.

Donate stuff to Re-Store: https://habitatgta.ca/restore/donate-stuff-to-restore/

Locate a branch near you: https://habitatgta.ca

Request a pick-up: https://form.habitatgta.ca/212365524454252


Accepts small appliances (e.g. toasters, kettles, coffee makers), toys. Also, clothing, shoes, SMALL sports equipment (call to see current need), linens can be dropped off at Oasis boxes around the city. (Note: currently no need for big exercise equipment.)

Free home pick-up in GTA (minimum of three large garbage bags of clothing.)

Donated items are either given to participants in Oasis’s addiction recovery program or sold to help fund recovery services. Call 416-751-0553 for info.

WishList: http://www.clothingbank.ca/catsec_donate.inc


WishList: https://www.safetynetservices.ca/howtohelp/#donatehousehold

Email: info@safetynetservices.ca

T: (905) 845 7233

Address: 1317 Speers Road, Oakville ON, L6L 2X5



  1. I have a fridge and stove that I would like to donate. Is this possible my postal code is M9W 2N5

  2. I also have a fridge and gas range in excellent condition that I would like to donate but both are about 10 years old. Do you have any suggestons?

  3. We would like to donate a fridge, dishwasher, glass top stove/oven and a Sakura fan/hood. These are all in good working conditions and clean.
    Where can I donate them. I prefer to donate than to sell them. Thank you.

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