Clothes Drop bins; your donations, your community.


When you make a donation to your local Clothes Drop bin, you are directly helping people in your community.

We turn your donations into the money that supports the work of Inclusion

BC and its members. When donations are picked up from a Clothes Drop bin,

Inclusion BC members sell them to Value Village stores with profits going toward local programs and services for children

and adults with developmental disabilities.

Our donation bins accept the following items:

  • Accessories (ties, hats, belts)
  • Bathing suits and undergarments
  • Books
  • CDs, DVDs and records
  • Clothes and Shoes
  • Glassware
  • Pots and pans
  • Sleeping bags
  • Small Appliances
  • Sporting gear
  • Stationery supplies
  • Table linens
  • Towels
  • Toys and games

We do not accept:

  • Automobile parts
  • Batteries, chemicals, cleaning products
  • Construction materials (wood, pipes, doors, tubs, cabinets)
  • Cribs, car seats, swing sets
  • Food
  • Furniture
  • Hazardous waste, flammable products
  • Large appliances
  • Mattresses
  • Television, computer monitors/ equipment
  • Weapons, firearms, explosives

Please check with your local city hall for proper disposal.

Participating Organizations

Participating organizations Region
Langley Association for Community Living Langley
H.O.M.E Society Abbotsford
posAbilities Metro Vancouver
Richmond Society for Community Living Richmond
Inclusion Powell River Powell River
Community Living Society North Vancouver & New Westminster
Mission Association for Community Living Mission
Simon Fraser Society for Community Living New Westminster & Tri-Cities
Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion Burnaby
Shuswap Association for Community Living Salmon Arm
Nanaimo Association for Community Living Nanaimo

About Our Members

Inclusion BC members deliver a wide range of supports for people with developmental disabilities and their families.

These services range from early intervention for infants and toddlers, support for families, residential services

and other kinds of individualized support for youth and adults with developmental disabilities.

They also work with community partners to increase access to recreation, employment, volunteer and civic opportunities.

For more information, please call us at 604-777-9100.

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