CONTENT DONATIONS

Canadian Diabetes Association
Clothing/Small Household Items etc - 
Call 1-800-505-5525 to schedule your FREE pick-up.

CONTENT SALES


TIMOTHY LOUGHMILLER ESTATE SOLUTIONS

www.contentssalestoronto.com
timothy@contentssalestoronto.com
416-875-9109

Estate Sales - Contents Sales - Moving Sales - Decluttering  

DECORATING

IMAGES PAINTING AND DECORATING
Mirek
imagespainting@hotmail.com
416.917.1858 - 905.723.3647

Interior & Exterior Painting - Wall Paper & Wall Paper Removal


FURNITURE BANK

Habitat for Humanity

Windows, doors, large working appliances such as refrigerators and stoves, kitchen cabinets, sinks, toilets, bathroom vanities, lighting fixtures. Contact the closest Habitat for Humanity ReStoreto find out if what you have can be donated. Items may be dropped off or free pick-up can be arranged. Visit habitat.ca/restore or call 416-755-7353. Some ReStores accept dining room sets, armoires and other non-upholstered furniture.

In some cases, a ReStore will arrange, with no charge, for a crew to dismantle and remove cabinets, countertops, sinks and other pieces being donated.

Tax receipts are issued for some items. ReStore profits fund administrative costs of the Habitat for Humanity affiliate that runs the store, so that other donations go directly to building homes for the needy

http://www.habitat.ca/en/contact

Furniture Bank

Most types of furniture, small appliances, televisions with screens 37 inches or less, bed frames and unstained mattresses. While items must be in decent condition, Furniture Bank does steam clean them. The organization’s pickup and delivery service is a social-purpose enterprise that employs people with limited job opportunities and helps fund the group’s services. The pickup fee varies, usually starting at about $70. Items can also be dropped off at Furniture Bank, 25 Connell Court in Etobicoke. For more information and to arrange a pickup in the GTA, call 416-934-1229.

Tax receipts are issued for furniture. The group works with Toronto’s Streets to Homes program as well as with 64 shelters and agencies serving abused women, refugee families, and at-risk youth. Visit furniturebank.org.


MOVING 

RED COATS MOVING SOLUTIONS
Vicky Riley Keyes
www.redcoatsmoving.com
vicky@redcoatsmoving.com
416.920.1317


ODD-JOBS


HIRE-A-SON
Mike
647-836-0235



OIL TANKS/ASBESTOS REMOVAL

AMOSITE
David Hansraj
www.amosite.ca
david@amosite.ca
416.656.2584

Boiler & Oil Tank Removal - Asbestos Removal