How does it work?
Effortless in 5 steps…
1. Free pick-up service in Toronto
Time is a non-renewable resource, let's be mindful of how we spend it.
Always start the month off with good habits, re-evaluate your wardrobe and see if you can get rid of anything you might have missed the first time around. If you haven’t worn it in the past month, this might be a good indicator that it can go! Our team is here to make your decluttering journey effortless.
Our pick-up service is free, we come to you and help you get rid of the clothes you don’t need anymore.
Our pick-up service hours:
Monday to Friday after 6pm
Anytime on weekends
Once we collect your gently used clothes we sell them for you, on our website.
We pick-up a minimum of 5 pieces of clothing per pick-up. Start to declutter today! Book your next appointment.
2. What type of clothes do we pick-up?
3. How does it work?
We fix the price and you get 50% from the clothes or accessories we sell online on our website. Receive the money through INTERAC or Paypal. We guarantee the sale of your items within a 2-month period. During this period, you can not recover the deposited clothes.
At the end of this period, unsold clothes or accessories can either be recovered within 7 days or transferred to a charity of our choice.
A question? Contact us and we will be happy to assist you!
4. Shop second-hand
See our amazing selection of gently used clothes & accessories online and shop second-hand at a really good price. Shop online and we will ship the clothing or accessories to you.
5. Give back to the community
We’ve partnered with Diabetes Canada to donate all the unsold gently used clothes. After a 2-month period if the clothes are unsold, you will have 7 days to recover them. All the clothes that haven’t been recovered will be donated to Diabetes Canada.
How your clothing donations help
$5,000,000 invested annually in diabetes research
2,400 kids with type one diabetes and their families can go to D-Camps
11,000,000 Canadians with diabetes or prediabetes get your support
100,000,000 lbs of textile and household items will be diverted from landfills