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Join the Circle of Sisters

The women who come to Sistering are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless - many are fleeing domestic violence and arrive with nothing more than the clothes on their backs.

Chances are you have clothes in the back of your closet you haven’t worn in seasons – and that means you’re not likely to wear them again. Ever. Here’s an idea: consider joining the Circle of Sisters and bring your gently used clothes and footwear to Sistering.

All we ask is that your former fashion faves are freshly laundered and in good condition. We also need seasonal items like mittens, gloves, scarves and boots. And if you’d like to add new socks, bras and underwear, we’d be doubly grateful!

We are especially in need of Plus Size clothing.

Toiletries are needed, too, such as travel sized:

  • shampoo
  • conditioner
  • toothpaste
  • toothbrushes
  • deodorant
  • lotion
  • body wash
  • cosmetics
  • brushes and combs
  • hair elastics and scrunchies
  • tampons and pads

Donations of pens and pencils are always in high demand.

Please consider donating grocery gift cards to Sistering. 

Donations that support participant transportation (Tokens, Metro Pass) would be very appreciated. 

We also need gently used towels and blankets - but we can’t take any other household items at this time.

Donations can be dropped off at:


962 Bloor St. West

Toronto On M6H 1L6

416-926- 9762 ext. 227 or 416-926-1946/1956

Monday-Sunday 9:30am - 4:00pm

We don’t accept razors or mouthwash. Please call if you are unsure about an item.

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