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Shopping at second hand clothing stores is a great way to save money. For the price, well-made used clothing is a bargain! Clothing you no longer need can be sold on consignment at a number of local stores or donated to any of several charities. Clothes you donate should be clean and since space is usually limited, it’s best to give clothes that are in season. Items that go together, like shoes, socks or multi-piece outfits should be fastened together. Make sure to call ahead since different locations accept different types of clothing. Contact the RCBC Recycling Hotline for a list of organizations in your area.


Disposal Options

Big Brother's Renew Crew Foundation
Charitable Organization

Phone: (604) 521-4393

http://bigbrothersvancouver.com

Canadian Diabetes Association
Charitable Organization

Phone: (604) 522-2505

http://www.diabetes.ca

Clothes2U
Charitable Organization

Phone: (604) 857-4617
ej4kidsca@yahoo.ca
http://www.clothes2U.ca

Mennonite Central Committee (BC)
International Relief and Development Agency

Phone: (604) 850-6639
warehouse@mccbc.com
http://www.mcc.org/bc

Nike Reuse-A-Shoe
Athletic Shoe Recycling Program

Phone:

http://www.nikereuseashoe.com

Penny Savers Thrift Store
Surrey Memorial Hospital Auxiliary

Phone: (604) 501-2111

Recycling Council of BC
Recycling Hotline

Phone: (604) 732-9253
hotline@rcbc.bc.ca
http://www.rcbc.bc.ca

Surrey Hospice Society Thrift Store - Newton
Palliative and Bereavement Support

Phone: (604) 599-9930
thriftstore@surreyhospice.com
http://www.surreyhospice.com