In light of the Goodwill’s closure of 26 office and drop-off locations in Toronto and some surrounding areas on January 17, the Clothesline program is lending a helping hand.
With the approval of Goodwill, Clothesline trucks started collecting donations left outside Goodwill collection centres and stores as of January 18 and will continue as long as necessary. This ensures that Toronto’s streets remain clean and that items that could have ended up in landfills are reused whenever possible.
Anyone who has lightly used clothing, footwear and household items they were planning to donate to Goodwill and still wants to donate can do so through Clothesline through our:
- Free home pickup that can be arranged by calling 1-800-505-5525 or scheduling a pickup online at diabetes.ca/clothesline
- Bright red Clothesline boxes that can be located by calling 1-800-505-5525 or by visiting diabetes.ca/dropbox
Clothesline collects gently used clothing, footwear, electronics and small household items. The sale of these items helps fund the Canadian Diabetes Association's activities, including our world-leading research and D-Camps for children and youth with type 1 diabetes and their families.
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