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05-16-2008, 01:58 PM
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Another OT: Montreal charities

Bought a house, moving out and I have tons of stuff I don't need anymore. Anyone know any charities or non-profit orgs. that go to your house to pick it up? Except Salvation Army?

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What kind of stuff?
You can donate to me if you want!

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Old stuff. Clothes, wooden things, old furniture, dryer, porn movies, casseroles, metal things. Just junk, the kind you can't leave for more than 5 minutes on a sidewalk in Hochelaga. I'd like to give it to charity tbh.

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Village des valeurs?

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Old stuff. Clothes, wooden things, old furniture, dryer, casseroles, metal things. Just junk, the kind you can't leave for more than 5 minutes on a sidewalk in Hochelaga. I'd like to give it to charity tbh.
ya, I was just kidding, I dont really want it, ummm, my mom usually gives our stuff away too, Ill have to ask her when I see her tonight or tommorow.

and Its not only in Hochelaga.
I lived in St-Leonard, stuff wouldnt last more then 10 minutes, same thing now that I live in RDP

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Bought a house, moving out and I have tons of stuff I don't need anymore. Anyone know any charities or non-profit orgs. that go to your house to pick it up? Except Salvation Army?
Centraide?

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