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All of the above is included in Smitty's Fine Furniture delivery fee. Please ask your sales consultant for details.
*Make sure to read our warranty/service policy on the back of the contract you received.
Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Telephone: (519) 364-3800
Toll Free: 1-800-265-5533
Donations of Used Furniture can change a life
Habitat for Humanity - ReStore
ReStores accept a wide range of new and gently used items. Commonly donated items include windows, doors, paint, hardware, lumber, tools, lighting fixtures, furniture and appliances. Contact your nearest ReStore to determine if what you have can be donated to your local store. Visit http://www.habitat.ca/ to find a location near you.
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul
A thrift store that assists low-income indivuals and families in Cambridge. Also provide assistance to Women's Crisis centres, fire victims, individuals in transistion. Provide a full range of housing necessities * also provide services such as sending children to camp and helping disadvantaged individuals as well as helps various local organizations * provides pick-up and delivery of furniture of good quality used furniture
75 Dundas St N, Unit 6B Cambridge, ON N1R 6G5
Office Phone: 519-629-0103
Recovery Room Shop
takes donations of smaller furniture items
Supports CMH (Cambridge Memorial Hospital)
38 Ainslie St N Cambridge, ON N1R 3J5
Office Phone (519) 622-0701
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.
Some donation centres accept furniture. No pickup service. Drop-off at donation centres. Visit goodwill.on.ca to find the nearest one. Some donation centres accept furniture.
Goodwill sorts and sells donated items at its stores. Revenues help create and fund jobs for people facing employment barriers.