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Used Appliances, Clothing, Furniture, Household Goods Donation - Burlington

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Record #: BTN4719 Last Full Update: 30 Sep 2014
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Unwanted items can often be given away through the Freecycle Network 
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Parent Agency NameGeneral Topics and Information
Service Level(99) Unknown / No Service
Service Information
Service DescriptionThis record is a summary only -- Click links for full record and contact information for each organization  
* unless otherwise mentioned, none of the following accept mattresses or used children's car seats, cribs and bassinets  
PICK-UP: Large Appliances: 
Halton Region, Waste Management Services, Metal and Appliance Collection, call 905-825-6000 to schedule pickup * picks up from curbside only, do not remove from home * only for those who currently receive residential, curb side collection (ie not apartments or some townhouses) 
Ontario Power Authority, SaveONEnergy Fridge and Freezer Pickup, 1-877-797-9473* Picks up certain eligible large appliances * will remove from inside home (conditions apply, see full record for details) 
Habitat for Humanity Halton, ReStore, 905-637-4446 ext 229 * May accept and/or pick up large appliances on a case-by-case basis  
PICK-UP: Clothing, furniture, household items, small appliances: 
Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy, 1-888-238-6327 * Clothing * small household items (will take 1 box of books per pickup) 
Canadian Diabetes Association Clothesline Project, 1-800-505-5525 * Clothing * Household items * Small appliances in working condition 
Salvation Army Burlington Thrift Store, 905-633-8762 * Furniture pick-up may be available in Burlington for three or more items  
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, 905-549-3902 * Clothing * Complete sets of dishes, bedding, pots and pans and knick-knacks * furniture and mattresses (free of marks, rips or stains)  
DROP-OFF: It is recommended to call first before dropping items off 
Burlington Reuse Centre, 3335 North Service Rd, Unit 2; 905-319-0477  
Accepts the following in any condition (non-reusable items are recycled): Small and large appliances * Electronics 
Accepts the following if in usable condition: * Household items * Furniture * Sports equipment, bicycles * Building supplies, electrical fixtures, plumbing fixtures * Vinyl records * Office furniture and supplies * Health aids * Clean plastic bags of all sizes * No clothing 
Bibles for Mission Thrift Store, 2421 New St; 905-631-1199 * Small appliances in working order * Clothing * Household items 
Burlington Goodwill Value Centre, 4051 New St; 905-333-8989 * Small appliances in working condition * Clothing * Household items * Small furniture 
Burlington Humane Society thrift stores: The Attic, 479 John St, 905-333-5885 * The Loft, 740 Griffith Crt, 905-637-7325 * Clothing * Household items 
Compassion Society, 484 Plains Rd E, Unit 7; 905-592-3722 * Clothing* Household items 
Habitat for Humanity Halton, ReStore, 1800 Appleby Line, Unit 10; 905-637-4446 ext 229 * working appliances (small or large) * furniture (no mattresses) * housewares * No clothing or bedding 
Joseph Brant Hospital Scrappers Program * Large or small appliances (does not pick up) 
St. Christopher's Church, Open Doors Program, 662 Guelph Line; 905-634-1809 * Clothing only 
Our Community Cares, 356 Burloak Dr ((call first 905-631-1218) * Clothing * Cutlery, dishes, pots and pans, occasionally need appliances  
Our Community Cares, 702 Surrey Lane (call first 905-681-2777) * Clothing * Cutlery, dishes, pots and pans, occasionally need appliances  
Salvation Army Burlington Thrift Store, 3245 Fairview St, 905-633-8762 * Clothing * Household items * Furniture 
Textiles, Fabrics, Worn-Out Clothing 
Sew on Fire Ministries, 975 Fraser Dr, Units 6-7 * Textiles and gently used linens (used to make gift bags delivered to people in need around the world) 
Canadian Textile Recycling Limited, 5385 Munro Crt, Burlington; 905-632-1464 or 905-639-2893, email * business that * Clothing (worn-out clothing and textiles are also accepted, to be recycled into wiping rags)
Areas ServedBurlington
Site Information
Located In CommunityBurlington
Wheelchair AccessibilityUnknown - varies by location
Taxonomy and Classification
Service CategoriesClothing Donation Programs ; Household Goods Donation Programs ; Office Equipment/Supplies Donation Programs ; Office Supplies