Memos and Bulletins
Public Comments For those needing to purchase assistive devices, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care pays up to 75% of the cost through its Assistive Devices Program (see separate record here). 
Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) does not accept donations of used equipment. 
 
Unwanted items can often be given away through the Freecycle Network.
Site Information
Located In Community Burlington
Physical Access Not Applicable
Agency and Service Names
Alternate Name Used Walkers, Burlington
Agency Information
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) The following organizations accept donations of mobility aids and assistive devices: 
 
Salvation Army Burlington Thrift Store accepts walkers and wheelchairs  
 
Burlington Goodwill Value Centre accepts walkers and wheelchairs  
 
Cancer Assistance Program 905-383-9797 * accepts used wheelchairs, walkers and all home health equipment * sanitizes and can also repair donated equipment 
 
Sew on Fire Ministries accepts donations of wheelchairs, walkers, and crutches
Hours Contact organization for information
Areas Served Burlington
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Contact individual organization for information.
Languages English
Fees None
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Assistive Technology Equipment Sales ; Medical Equipment/Assistive Technology Donation Programs ; Mobility Aids ; Occasional Medical Equipment/Supplies

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