Clearview Township continues to support Diabetes Canada by allowing the placement of four used textile donation bins at four locations within Clearview Township. The clothing donation bins are located at the Stayner Arena & Community Centre, Creemore Arena & Community Centre, Nottawa Memorial Community Centre and the New Lowell Recreation Park.
The program accepts used textiles to raise funds for Diabetes research and to send children, youth and families living with type 1 diabetes to D-Camps.
To help fund diabetes research residents can drop off clean, gently used textiles such as clothing, footwear, blankets, sheets, towels and accessories such as backpacks, belts, gloves, hats, jewellery, purses, ties and touques into the bins. What’s not accepted? Hazardous material, electronics, infant equipment, household items, sporting equipment and anything that does not fit inside the bin.
In addition to the donation bin, Diabetes Canada will also come and pick up gently used items directly from your home. You can schedule a pick-up for electronics, sporting goods, small household items and textiles.
To learn more about what you can donate through the bins, how to schedule a pick-up and how your donations help visit https://declutter.diabetes.ca/.
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