Drop off your household items for those in need. Donating your old items can make a difference in someone’s life and is good for the environment. Please make the effort to recycle your old clothing and house hold items by donating them to someone in need.
1019 7 Avenue SW
Monday through Friday, a dedicated core of 35-40 volunteers work along side our staff to sort, clean and repair or refinish donated items which are then offered at a low cost to our clients. Our dedicated staff provide a safe place for people living with mental illness to come together to socialize, to learn, to work and to have fun. Twice per year, spring & fall we invite the public to our sales which offers a rewarding experience for the volunteers and helps generate funds to enhance programs at Calgary Association of Self Help. For more information call 403-266-8711.
3640 11A St NE
The Calgary Drop-In & Rehab Centre Donation Centre was created to provide low-income individuals with furniture and household items when they obtain housing. Items are distributed to former clients of the Calgary Drop-In Centre or referral agencies free of charge! It accepts clothing, linen, furniture, computers, mobile phones, small appliances, recyclable beverage containers, books – any item that will help low-income people succeed in day-to-day life. It’s staff simply ask that items are free of animal hair, odors, and are in generally good condition. Hours of operation: 7 days a week from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
102 – 11 Ave SE
The Mustard Seed is a Christian not-for-profit organization that builds community, grows hope and supports change. At its three ministry locations across Alberta, The Mustard Seed seeks to address the root causes of poverty through the delivery of basic services, housing, employment and the provision of a safe, supportive community for those in need.
1 3525 26th Avenue SE
Virtually all groups that study poverty agree that the most effective way to reduce it is to improve the social, economic and political situation of women and, by extension, children. Women’s levels of health, education, and security reflect those of their families. So, when a mother suffers the effects of poverty, future generations of her family do as well, creating a cycle of poverty from which it is very difficult to escape.