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Tree Service Mississauga - CommunityAvid tree people, Storybook "Everybody needs a little help sometimes". Something that Marsha from Storybook Tree Services has a habit of saying. Look in your community for people doing great things and lend a helping hand. Safteynet is one of those grass root ideas.

Donate your used clothing to Safetynet Children & Youth Charities. Clothing that is donated to Safetynet is sorted out into infant, children, youth, adult men, woman, and business suits. Clothing that is donated is inspected for stains, rips, and general quality, so that we are able to give out clothing that is in impeccable condition, thus families can wear the clothing with pride.

Clothing that may not be of quality is recycled. No clothing donated ever goes into land fills.

Safety net invites you to drop in and have a look at our clothing bank and charity when you are dropping off clothing.

Items we accept:

Clothing for all ages Business suit Shoes Linens Blankets Sleeping bags Jewelry Coats Hats Scarves Gloves Snow-suits

DROP OFF
226 Randall Street
Unit 101, Oakville
(416) 574-4581
How to Volunteer

Safetynet Children & Youth Charities is looking for volunteer tutors and musical instructors. Safetynet believes that education is the way to break the cycles of poverty. The tutoring of a child and the mentoring of the importance of an education is paramount in the development of a successful educational future. All that is required to be a volunteer tutor, or music teacher, is a two hour commitment weekly.

Register to Volunteer at Safteynet
Please Call Bill Shields at 905-845-7233OR
Email: info@safetynetservices.ca
www.safetynetservices.ca