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Donate Used Appliances – Kitchen & Laundry etc. (Montreal)

Chez Doris

WishList: https://www.chezdoris.org/en/get-involved/donate-items/

Chez Doris is a charitable organization offering a daytime shelter 7 days a week for all women in difficulty. The house provides meals, respite, clothing, socio-recreational activities as well as practical assistance in a secure and accepting environment.

1430 Chomedey
Montreal, Quebec
H3H 2A7
Telephone: 514-937-2341

 


 

 

9 Comments:

  1. Are you in need of a washer washer and dryer, I have a set to donate.

    • Hi Debbie, Chez Doris in Montreal, they may have someone in need if not themselves (you would need to contact directly please):

      Chez Doris
      WishList: https://www.chezdoris.org/en/get-involved/donate-items/

      Chez Doris is a charitable organization offering a daytime shelter 7 days a week for all women in difficulty. The house provides meals, respite, clothing, socio-recreational activities as well as practical assistance in a secure and accepting environment.

      1430 Chomedey
      Montreal, Quebec
      H3H 2A7
      Telephone: 514-937-2341

  2. Hi!

    I have a Stove, a Dryer, and a dishwasher. It workes perfectly. As well as some other kitchen utensils.
    If you do need, pls. contact me.

    • Hi Linda, thank you for asking. I have left a message for Chez Doris (a charity in Montreal) to call me back. I don’t collect anything myself. Normally you would contact the charities directly yourself. When I hear back I will email you. Thanks, Michelle Beaupre, CharityWishList.ca

  3. Hi there. I have a washer, dryer, fridge and stove to donate. I don’t have a car so it would need to be a pick up. We are leaving our place on the 14th of June and we were hoping that the appliances are gone by then.

    We really want to make sure this goes to someone who needs it.

    • Hi Anis, thank you for wanting to find a new home for your appliances. I have left a message with one of the charities to see if either they are interested, or if they could suggest another charity. Since it is Sunday I likely won’t hear back until Monday. I will let you know. Note that CharityWishList.ca doesn’t accept anything itself, but I am happy to help you find suggestions for you.
      – Michelle Beaupre, CharityWishList.ca

    • Hi Anis, here are a couple of options:
      Suggestion #1: “Chez Doris” charity, their housing program would love the appliances but they don’t have a pick-up service at the moment while volunteers are not working during the pandemic. And they can’t afford to pay for pick-up. If you can arrange and pay for delivery, they would love the items but they understand if that isn’t possible. They would go to someone in need in the downtown core of Montreal, on the subway line. Chez Doris Housing Program: 514-937-2341 ext. 232.
      https://www.chezdoris.org

      Suggestion #2: Habitat for Humanity’s Restore Montreal locations. $50 pick-up fee payable by you to Habitat for Humanity. Patricia says you would email (it covers both of the Montreal locations) email: restore@habitatqc.ca to arrange for pick-up of the appliances/payment etc. Tel. 514-907-8991.

      I told them I was looking for options, not myself committing to anything on your behalf. You will need to contact the charity of your choice directly to make arrangements. I did not provide your information to them.

      Hope this helps,
      Michelle Beaupre
      CharityWishList.ca

  4. Hi there we have a fridge, stove dryer and washer that we are looking to donate by June 30th. We dont have a car so it would need to be picked up in St-Leonard. really hoping it could go to someome / place that would need it

    • Hi Olivia, here are a couple of options:
      Suggestion #1: “Chez Doris” charity, their housing program would love the appliances but they don’t have a pick-up service at the moment while volunteers are not working during the pandemic. And they can’t afford to pay for pick-up. If you can arrange and pay for delivery, they would love the items but they understand if that isn’t possible. They would go to someone in need in the downtown core of Montreal, on the subway line. Chez Doris Housing Program: 514-937-2341 ext. 232.
      https://www.chezdoris.org

      Suggestion #2: Habitat for Humanity’s Restore Montreal locations. $50 pick-up fee payable by you to Habitat for Humanity. Patricia says you would email (it covers both of the Montreal locations) email: restore@habitatqc.ca to arrange for pick-up of the appliances/payment etc. Tel. 514-907-8991.

      You will need to contact the charity of your choice directly to make arrangements. I did not provide your information to them.

      Hope this helps,
      Michelle Beaupre
      CharityWishList.ca

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