Hi everyone,

Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

I was wondering if you could give me some advice. I had a wardrobe clear out and have lots of clothes I’d like to donate preferably on the Southside. Where would you guys recorecommend?

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21 Responses

  1. Penny Stout Penny Stout says:

    Wings of Providence, is where I donate.

  2. Well county clothesline in Sherwood park goes to benefit domestic abuse/ women’s shelters. Profits help them and also they have days where these women can choose stuff for no cost. I know it’s not Southside per se but it’s a great cause if you can drive 10 more min.

  3. Wings of Providence is where I donate, as well.

    • Evelyn Skura Evelyn Skura says:

      So many good places to donate. Value Village and Salvation Army have raised their prices so high for donated used clothing, I no longer donate there. Someone at the top is making too much money while those who could use the clothing can’t afford to buy it there anymore. People in need should be able to get a few bags full for maybe $5.00.

  4. You can call Big Brothers and Sisters….they will pick them up

  5. Join the Upcycling Edmonton or Upcycling Strathcona County, everything is free

  6. Bissell Centre has a depot to drop off at South Side: 5120 – 122 Street
    Donation Drop-Off Hours: Monday – Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm (Closed Sundays)

  7. Whenever I have a donation I call inclusion alberta… they pick it up……

  8. Lina Meadows Lina Meadows says:

    On the south side you could donate to YESS.

    If you’re willing to make the drive downtown you could donate to Boyle Street Community Services.

  9. A friend and I are organizing a free community share and trade event. All donations that are left after the event will go to a women’s group here on FB run by Teresa Rocque. (Campaign for families in need). If you would like to donate to this event send me a pm, I can arrange for pick up before hand so you don’t have to hold them until the 20th. ☺️

    • in your case all the clothing this person wants to donate will just be swapped and shared by …anybody. Not necessarily ‘the needy’.

    • DolceNana Reynolds You’re correct. But I do know we have many “needy” that attend this event and benefit from it each year, which is why I love to participate in it. And truthfully it’s not up to me to decide who is more “needy” than someone else.

  10. Suit Yourself – Edmonton

  11. Beyond The Streets they bring food and clothes to the homeless every week

  12. Pat O Pat O'Hagan says:

    Millwoods Assembly. They have a great program for single parents. Corner of 23 ave and 50 St


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