OASIS CLOTHING BANK
Toys, clothing, shoes, SMALL sports equipment (call to see current need), linens can be dropped off at Oasis boxes around the city. Also accepts small appliances (e.g. toasters, kettles, coffee makers). (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.
Toy Mountain 2020 for Toronto (New toys)
Visit the official Toy Mountain website for details, including drop off locations and how you can help.
During these unprecedented times, I am looking to donate gently used and even some unopened toys. I am willing to drop off (I have about 6 garbage bags full). Please let me know if this organization is still accepting donations.
Thank you, and keep safe!
Hi Rebecca, thank you for asking. Have you contacted Oasis Clothing Bank? Here is a link with their contact information. Please call or email them directly. Thanks.https://charitywishlist.ca/select-province/ontario/toronto/donate-toys-toronto-area/
I have toys to donate … can you pick it up from in front of my house?
Hi Sadia, thank you for wanting to find a new home for the toys.You would need to contact the charity of your choice directly, for example:
Oasis Donation Center
60 Carnforth Road
Toronto, ON, M4A 2K7
Reminder that CharityWishList.ca is like a directory. CharityWishList helps you find charities interested in what the donor wants to give away, CharityWishList doesn’t accept anything itself nor pick-ups.
Hope this is helpful. – Michelle Beaupre, CharityWishList.ca
Good morning please I need toy for my children am just new in the country I have 2years old girl 6years old girl 8years old boy and 10years old boy if any toy available I don’t mind to pickup any place
I have some stuff Moses. Where are you located? Ruth
Hi, sorry Ruth, but I don’t know what stuff Moses are. CharityWishList.ca is like a directory, it doesn’t accept anything itself. If they are new toys, you may want to consider Toronto’s Toy Mountain, closer to Christmas. https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/toy-mountain
If they are gently used toys, you may want to consider Salvation Army Thrift stores. https://thriftstore.ca/locations/
If appropriate for babies/young children, there are a couple of organizations you could try contacting listed on my website https://charitywishlist.ca/select-province/ontario/toronto/donate-baby-clothes-baby-items-toronto-area/
Hope this helps,