We Support Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities.
Every clothing donation you make to Community Living goes directly towards helping Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. We take the money raised by your donations and use it to help finance the programs and supports offered by Inclusion Saskatchewan (formerly Saskatchewan Association for Community Living). Thanks to your donations, individuals with intellectual disabilities are provided the help and support they need to pay rent, buy food, find employment, attend social activities, and become included and valued members of society.
Donate your unwanted clothing, shoes, linens, and other soft items at one of our bins or drop off locations, or arrange for a household pick-up to make a difference in the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities in Saskatchewan.
Drop your bags of clothing, shoes, linens, and other soft items in any of our yellow bins around the province. Search for a bin in your area using the map below, or click the button for a full list of bin locations.
The Donate Clothes Change Lives Community Grant committee is pleased to announce the 2019/2020 Call for Proposals. For more information, please visit the link below.
Community Living has enjoyed a successful partnership with Value Village — a global thrift retailer offering great quality gently used clothing, accessories, and household goods — since 1989. Because of this partnership, Community Living has been able to raise funds to help support the programs run by Inclusion Saskatchewan, which have helped to ensure that individuals throughout Saskatchewan with intellectual disabilities are valued, supported, and included members of society.
Donations of clothing and small household items can be taken to our partner stores in Saskatoon (2115 Faithfull Ave), Regina (1230 Broad St), and Prince Albert (#380 - 800 15th St E). If you donate directly to the Donation Centre at one of our partner stores, Community Living will receive a portion of the profits.
For more information about Value Village, please visit their website.
For more information about Inclusion Saskatchewan and its programs, please visit their website.