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COIN CANISTER COMMUNITY FUND
Funds collected in this area have supported the following charities.
Boys & Girls Club of Halifax – Dartmouth North
Caring & Sharing/Angel Tree Food Bank
Chisholm Services for Children
& IN-KIND DONATIONS
Below are some of the charities TPH has supported through charitable discounts, and in-kind donations.
* To qualify for the 15% charitable discount, or an in-kind donation, the organization must be a registered Canadian charity.
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If you have clothing or other items you no longer use, but are still in good condition, please consider donating them.
Below is a list of local nonprofit organizations that may be able to accept items you’re looking to donate.
Be sure to connect with them before dropping items off. Space limitations require many charities to be selective regarding which items they receive, and when (i.e. charities which accept clothing may not accept winter clothing during the spring and summer etc.).
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Halifax accepts clothing for all ages/sizes in their donation bins.
Brunswick Street Mission accepts food and occasionally accepts adult and children’s clothing.
Canadian Diabetes Association accepts a wide variety of items. You can search for a nearby donation bin, or contact them to see if they will pick up. Learn more about what you can donate here.
Dress for Success Halifax accepts women’s professional clothing.
Hope Cottage accepts food and occasionally accepts adult and children’s clothing.
Nova Scotia SPCA accepts items on their wish list.
Parker Street Food & Furniture Bank accepts clothing for all ages/sizes, food, household items, small appliances, furniture, and occasionally accepts toiletries and hygiene products.
ReStore Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia accepts various items, and may even come to pick them up.
Value Village accepts a wide variety of items, and supports Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Halifax.
Did we miss something? Let us know your favourite organization to donate used items to and we’ll add it to this list!
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