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

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Record #: BTN4719 Last Full Update: 07 Jan 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  
It is recommended to call first before dropping items off * unless otherwise mentioned, none of the following accept mattresses or used children's car seats, cribs and bassinets  
 
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  
* Used furniture and mattresses (free of marks, rips or stains)  
 
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, click link 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  
 
 
DROP-OFF: 
Bibles for Mission Thrift Store, 2421 New St; 905-631-1199  
* Small appliances in working order 
* Clothing 
* Household items 
 
Burlington Reuse Centre, 3335 North Service Rd, Unit 2; 905-319-0477  
* Small appliances in any condition (non-reusable items are recycled) 
* Large appliances in any condition (non-reusable items are recycled) 
* Electronics (computers, monitors, peripherals and accessories, televisions, cellphones, etc.) in any condition (non-reusable items are recycled) 
* 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 
 
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 
* appliances in working condition (small or large) 
* furniture (no mattresses) 
* housewares 
* No clothing or bedding 
 
Joseph Brant Hospital Scrappers Program  
* 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 (905-631-1218)  
* Clothing 
* Cutlery, dishes, pots and pans, occasionally need appliances (call first) 
 
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 cdntextilerecycling@cogeco.net * business that  
* Clothing (worn-out clothing and textiles are also accepted, to be recycled into wiping rags) 
 
Areas ServedBurlington
LanguagesEnglish
Site Information
Located In CommunityBurlington
Wheelchair AccessibilityUnknown or Not Applicable
Taxonomy and Classification
Service CategoriesAppliance Donation Programs ; Bedding/Linen Donation Programs ; Clothing Donation Programs ; Electronics/Small Appliance Donation Programs ; Furniture/Home Furnishings Donation Programs ; Kitchenware Donation Programs ; Office Equipment/Supplies Donation Programs ; Office Supplies