We Donate Left-Over Items to Charities All Over the GTA!
The Great Kids Stuff Sale Executive Committee, Volunteers and Vendors are thrilled to support our community. Any and all unsold items at the end of our sale are divided up and donated to various charities across the GTA based on their needs. Below are the charities the GKSS is proud to support.
If you are a charity that services families and are in need of these types of items, please contact our Charities’ Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org as she will be happy to discuss your needs and add you to our list.
Jane & Finch Community Centre
A community based organization driven by passion, innovation and a strong commitment to social justice, community engagement and collaboration.
SPECIAL NOTE: Although used car seats cannot be sold at the Great Kids Stuff Sale, the Jane & Finch Community Centre is happy to take them as a donation. Contact them at (416) 663-2733 .
New Circles envisions a community where everyone has access to basic necessities. As a core service, New Circles provides free new and gently used clothing, shoes and accessories.
Robertson House helps pregnant women and women with children who are homeless and in need.
Rosalie Hall serves young parents, their babies/children and families with compassion and non-judgment. We work to provide a range of service including education, counselling and therapy, residential services and an on-site Child Development Centre that will help young moms and dads to be strong parents, optimize their potential and meet the needs of their families now and in the future. Our website is found at www.rosaliehall.com
St.Ninian's Food Bank
One of the Daily Bread Food Banks that provide food to more than 170 community-based agencies. These agencies run almost 200 food relief programs including a network of neighbourhood food banks and meal programs.
The Teresa Group
For the past 27 years The Teresa Group has been meeting the needs of children/youth affected by HIV and AIDS and their families. Through a broad range of programs and services The Teresa Group currently provides assistance to over 1,000 clients, including approximately 600 children. Visit www.teresagroup.ca for further details.
Since 1912, Humewood House has helped Toronto's most vulnerable single parents and their children make their way in the world. In addition to helping young women give birth to healthy babies and transition into motherhood, Humewood House helps them plan and build goals for their future.
Distributes shoes to various charities in need of children's footwear
Clothesline raises funds that directly support the Canadian Diabetes Association and world leading diabetes research, education and advocacy.
Individual Families in Need
We often have people approach us to collect for families in need. We are always happy to help those who need help.