Out with the old, in with the new! The custom of spring cleaning has returned with the arrival of spring. You can discover that you have a collection of lightly used clothing that no longer fits you or that you don’t use when you browse through your wardrobe and drawers. Consider donating them to a worthy organization rather than throwing them out. Fortunately, Halifax has many locations where you may donate your used stuff.
Here are some of the top locations where you may donate your gently worn clothing (as well as modest household items) and clear out your home while supporting your neighborhood. Always call beforehand to verify the hours and types of donations that are accepted.
Salvation Army Thrift Store
General William Booth, who founded the Salvation Army, was a visionary who made a significant global impact. As the creator of the Salvation Army, General Booth addressed societal issues of the 19th century by establishing a group that would provide for the needs of all people without prejudice. Booth established the Household Salvage Brigade, a group of men and women tasked with gathering discarded household things, in response to the need for work and reasonably priced goods, as well as the fear of disease and a desire to protect the land.
Value Village is your champion of reuse, whether you are shopping on a tight budget, a vintage enthusiast, or just trying to Declutter Responsibly. Their secondhand shop, which is located in the Bayers Lake neighborhood, has something for everyone, including dinnerware, accessories, books, housewares, gadgets, and clothing for the entire family.
While shopping at thrift stores should always be enjoyable, they also take secondhand seriously since they think that secondhand items have the potential to positively impact society.
Value Village is dedicated to saving millions of kilograms of clothes and household items from landfills each year while also providing reusable things a second chance at life.
Dress for Success Halifax
A group of community-minded women who recognized the demand for the services in the Halifax Regional Municipality founded this affiliate in 2001.
Since their doors first opened in 2001, they have assisted more than 3,300 individuals as of the end of 2022. They receive clients from about 50 referral organizations in HRM for local businesses that are prepared to hire.
The goal of Dress for Success is to assist women’s economic independence by giving them access to professional apparel, a network of resources, and career development tools that will enable them to succeed both at work and in their personal lives.
More locations throughout Halifax at https://www.familyfuncanada.com/halifax/donate-used-items-halifax/
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