How To Donate

Textile Waste Diversion Inc. is proud to support the Canadian Community Support Foundation. We believe that generously supporting charities is not only good business, but a moral responsibility. We estimate that we will be donating approximately $90,000 to the Canadian Community Support Foundation in the next fiscal year.

There are many ways you can help us support the CCSF. Here are just a few ideas.

Clothing Donation Bins

The Canadian Community Support Foundation’s primary source of funding is through our clothing donation boxes. By donating your unwanted, clean, dry, odourless clothing and other textiles, you are not only helping to divert millions of pounds per year of textile waste from landfills, but you’re also helping to support the CCSF’s community efforts. Textile Waste Diversion Inc.’s meticulously maintained bins are fully liability insured.

What You Can Donate

Basically any type of textile can be donated, provided it’s clean, dry and odourless:

  • Clothing
  • Purses
  • Belts
  • Linens
  • Shoes
  • Boots
  • Drapery
  • Reading Glasses

We DO NOT accept furniture, appliances, household items, paint, garbage or hazardous materials.

Sports Balls

TWD and Sports Junkies  have teamed up to divert sports balls in your local community. You can donate your used sports balls directly to our bins, diverting them from landfill! For more information on helping us green your favourite sport, call Sports Junkies at 647-406-8710.

Our bins are easy to identify – they are a distinctive blue colour with our proud Canadian Maple Leaf logo in plain view:

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Use Our Bins!

Use a clothing donation bin to recycle your clean, dry, odourless clothing and textiles!

Make Textile Recycling Work For You

If you are fundraising for your school, church, workplace, sports club or organizations such as Girl Guides, or Scouts, we can help arrange a textile collection to help you to raise money for your cause.

Downsize Your Wardrobe!

1 in 4 North American women own 7 pairs of jeans, but only wear 4 of them. Something to think about before your next clothing purchase.

Fix Your Own Clothes

Learn to sew! You don’t have to say goodbye to a favourite shirt just because of a little rip.

Donate! Even if it's Unwearable

Nothing goes to waste in the textile recycling industry. What cannot be reused is shredded, sanitized, and recycled into rags and upholstery.

Look for Quality

Shop at stores that use sustainable materials, organic cotton, and practice fair trade!

Think Long-Term

Buy classic clothes made to last and avoid purchasing too many pieces that follow trends and are low quality.  

Swap Don't Shop!

Swap with a friend! Organize your own clothing swap, or attend an organized one.
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