Diabetes Canada seeking the public's assistance for donations

By Diabetes Canada
August 10, 2017 - 4:24pm

The reusable goods donation program through Diabetes Canada is once again seeking the public's assistance. 

They are looking for donations of gently used clothing and household items in the Red Deer Area. 

Proceeds from donations support diabetes research, education programs, services and advocacy for the 11 million Canadians living with diabetes or prediabetes. 

More than 100 million pounds of clothing are diverted from landfills annually thanks to Diabetes Canada. In this way, donations not only benefit those living with diabetes or prediabetes, but also the environment. 

Diabetes Canada is asking the public again to consider donating or sharing this information with their friends and family. 

If you have reusable clothing and cloth items, simply bag them and drop them in to one of the many blue clothing donation bins located in any one of the locations listed below:

  • Red Deer Walmart @ 2010 50 Avenue
  • Red Deer Independent Grocery @ 3 Clearview Market Way
  • Red Deer Superstore @ 5016 51 Avenue
  • Eckville Transfer Station @ 50 Rainy Creek Road
  • Red Deer Burger Baron @ 37545 Highway 2 North
  • Red Deer Boardwalk @ 3710 52 Avenue
  • Red Deer Fas Gas Plus @ 19 Gasoline Alley East Range
  • Penhold IDA Pharmacy @ 1380 Robinson Ave
  • Red Deer Sentinel Storage @ 5433 47 Street
  • Red Deer Ludus Ltd. @ 7803 50 Avenue
  • Red Deer Wholesale Club @ 6350 67 Street
  • Rimbey Co-op @ 4625 51 Street
  • Bethany College Side @ 99 College Circle
  • Red Deer Boardwalk @ 3535 55 Avenue
  • Red Deer Bent Iron Gym @ 6899 52 Avenue
  • Bethany College Side Gardens @ 87 College Circle
  • Red Deer Sunnybrook Grocery @ 11 Springfield Ave
  • Delburne Firehall @ 2119 20 Street
  • Red Deer South Hill Bottle Depot @ 2410 50 Avenue
  • Sylvan Lake No Frills @ 70 Hewlett Park
  • Sylvan Lake Value Drug Mart @ 5043 50A Street


Call 1-800-505-5525 or visit declutter.diabetes.ca for more information. Your donation will make a difference in the lives of the 11 million Canadians living with diabetes or prediabetes, while diverting items from landfill.

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