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    Default Salvation Army Drop Off Bins

    I'm moving to a new place and doing a bunch of packing. I have a TON of clothes that I never wear or haven't worn for a long time. I heard that the Salvation Army has drop off bins for this type of thing. I looked on their website and couldn't find any information on the locations. Anyone know if there's any in the NW or deep SE?

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    The Canadian Diabetes Association has drop boxes for donations.
    http://www.diabetes.ca/get-involved/...ind-a-dropbox/

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    you can drop at any of their stores, 17th ave SE should be relatively convenient from deerfoot...
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    There's one in Dalhousie, behind the Husky. Good on you for donating.
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    There is a bin in the Harvest Hills 7-11 parking lot, across the NW T&T Supermarket.

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    Originally posted by slick2404
    There is a bin in the Harvest Hills 7-11 parking lot, across the NW T&T Supermarket.
    I bet there is more GARBAGE at that one than donations....

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    Bump, anyone know of any in the south?

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    There was a bin in the parking lot of the canadian tire in Shawnessy for clothing donations. Not sure if it's still there or not.

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    i know there is a company in calgary that does pick-ups, saw their truck just the other day but the name of the company escapes me.

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    If you have a bunch of stuff try Women in need society they have a pick up service.
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    Bring 'em to the Mustard Seed. They take clothes all the time and unlike the SA they don't re-sell anything, it all goes to people in need.

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    There is a drop off bin behind the COOP at South Trail Crossing.
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    Originally posted by heavyfuel
    Bring 'em to the Mustard Seed. They take clothes all the time and unlike the SA they don't re-sell anything, it all goes to people in need.
    +1 There's a loading zone right in front of their entrance, and the volunteers actually come out to help you unload.

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    i have a shit ton of clothes id like to get rid of and would way rather have them go to people for free that need them, didn't even think of the mustard seed, totally going there now. perfect.

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