DONATE CLOTHES TO ST. JOHNS, NL CHARITIES
Donate your gently used clothes
Earn up to $50 CAD in Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
COMPLETE THESE STEPS IN ORDER
1. Choose a charity from the list below.
2. Look through your closet for clothes that fit charity's needs/guidelines.
3. Write down the total number of items you are donating (you'll need this later).
4. Take one photo of the clothes before bagging them (first photo).
5. Place clothes into LARGE CLEAR plastic bags (recommended brand and size) and attach the COINS 4 CLOTHES logo (download here) on each bag with today's date. Bags should be no smaller than 90L. Using bags smaller than 90 L may impact amount of BCH received.
6.Take a photo of your clothes all bagged up (second photo).
7. Donate the clothes to the charity, ensuring you take photographs of yourself dropping the bags off at the charity site (third photo).
8. If you don't have a BCH wallet already, download and install the Bitcoin.com wallet by following our guide here.
9. Complete the submission form below.
10. Get paid in Bitcoin Cash (BCH)*
Note: You need 3 photo proofs when submitting your form:
photo before bagging clothes
photo after bagging them and taping Coins 4 Clothes logo/date
photo of you donating clothes at the charity site.
*We will reward you with $10 CAD in Bitcoin Cash (BCH) for every large clear plastic bag full of clothes, up to a maximum of $50 CAD (5 bags) per donation visit. You will also earn $5 CAD in BCH if you tweet about your donation experience (with photos or videos). Ensure you tag @Coins4Clothes and use the hashtags: #Coins4Clothes #BCH #BitcoinCash
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APPROVED ST. JOHNS, NL CHARITIES
The Gathering Place
There are over two thousand people in St. John’s living on the streets or in hostile boarding houses. For many of them, The Gathering Place is their only safe place to go. Some come for a meal or a shower. Others come for medical or dental care or a place to sit and rest. What they get above all is dignity. Some of the services provided include:
access to doctors, nurses and social workers.
Laundry and access to showers.
legal and tax clinic as well as access to computers.
Men's and women's adult gently used clothes.
Shoes, boots, winter wear and accessories.
Waterproof/weatherproof clothing is most appreciated.
Other soft items: blankets, sheets, towels and table cloths.
LIKE NEW or NEW undergarments (boxers, underwear, etc).
Drop off Hours:
Located at 168 Military Road, there is a small ‘Donation Drop Off’ sign on the building next to steps leading to double doors.
Monday through Friday from 9am-3pm there is someone inside these doors to help you. Please pull your car onto the curb so as not to disrupt traffic flow.
168 Military Rd, St. John's, NL A1C 2E8
To donate to this charity, simply follow our brief guide at the top of this page.
Once you've finished step 8, click the button below to submit your request.
Single Parent Association of Newfoundland
Single Parent Association of Newfoundland (SPAN) provides services to some 24,000 single parent families in the province. SPAN provides information and referral services, linking single parents to legal, medical, financial and other types of professionals and agencies which can assist single parents. Crisis intervention is provided on an as needs basis. SPAN also provides a 5 week single parent employment support program which provides income support, job search skills and personal life skills needed when working. Program participation is ongoing until the single parent becomes financially self-sufficient. Upon completion of classes, most participants quickly begin to decrease their dependence on government funding and by their third year of completion, at least one third no longer require Income Support.
SPAN operates a "Thrifty Outlet" where single parents are able to purchase clothing, housewares, and many other items for just $5 a large garbage bag; food hampers are available for single parent families as well thanks to the Community Food Sharing program.
Women's, men's, child and baby gently used clothing. There is a higher need for women and children's clothing.
Toys are accepted (NO PLUSH TOYS PLEASE)
Shoes, boots, coats, purses, scarves etc are also accepted.
Cribs, car seats, safety equipment, stuffed animals.
Drop off Hours:
Tuesdays & Thursdays Only 10 am - 1pm & 2pm - 4pm (closed for lunch 1-2 pm)
472 Logy Bay Road