If you are like most people, chances are you received clothes as a Christmas gift. Now it is a week after Christmas and your might be doing your laundry and noticing all the clothes you have.
I am. I hate throwing things away that could be put to good use. I have clothes from years ago that I use every now and again because of what I am doing that day. Not rags but not nice new stuff either.
After a while I tend to notice the clothes that I don't use get pushed to the sides of my closet. Then I end up taking those clothes and dropping them off at the Diabetes Clothes Line. This way the clothes are being put to good use and it doesn't feel like I am throwing them away/wasting them. I just throw my clothes in a garbage bag and take em down to the bin.
The bin I usually use is located at the Atlantic Superstore on University Avenue. It's a big red bin as pictured below.
The Canadian Diabetes Association will also come to your door and pickup your clothes you wish to give away.
The clothes are then sold to Value Village (A thrift store) and then the money is given to the Diabetes Association for diabetes research and it helps saves the environment by recycling your clothes.
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