We gratefully accept donations of new or gently used items at three locations in Edmonton.

Current Needs

Winter Items Needed

Gloves & boots
Coats & warm pants
Scarves & toques
Thermal underwear
Hand/foot warmers

Basic Needs

Backpacks and purses
Toothbrushes and toothpaste
Shampoo and conditioner
Deodorant, razors and toilet paper
Diapers (all sizes) and formula
Wipes, lotions, women’s sanitary
pads, men’s and women’s adult pads

Work Gear We Need+

CSA approved work gloves
CSA approved work boots (all sizes)
Long underwear
Work socks
Safety glasses
Safety vests
Hard hats
Ear protection
Work belts

Please note that we do not accept food donations that have not been prepared in an AHS-inspected commercial kitchen.

+For health and safety reasons, products such as work glasses, work belts, underwear, socks, hard hats, work gloves, ear protection, and masks MUST BE NEW.

Drop Off Locations and Times

Please note: these are drop-off hours and vary slightly from overall Thrift Shop hours. Full location hours can be found on the Bissell Thrift Shop website.

Bissell Thrift Shop
Alberta Ave.

8818 118 Ave NW, Edmonton

(780) 471-6644

Monday to Saturday
10:00 am – 4:30 pm

Bissell Thrift Shop
Hermitage Sq.

12769 50 Street, Edmonton

(780) 969-5150

Monday to Saturday: 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm


5120 – 122 Street, Edmonton

(780) 988-1717

Monday – Sunday
10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Please note that we cannot provide donation pick-ups, at this time.
* FIND only accepts clothes on our behalf

How Donations Are Used

We distribute goods to folks who are houseless as quickly as possible by keeping our Community Space Closet stocked with basic needs and seasonal items. If donations include items that aren’t practical for people who are unhoused, then they may be sold at Thrift Shops. Any profit made at our Thrift Shop goes right back into our programs, which further helps ensure needs are met.

Furthermore, there are many individuals and families who do not need to access Bissell’s services, but still struggle to make ends meet. They often turn to our Thrift Shops knowing they can get their needs met at a low cost. For this reason, unless there is a critical need at Bissell, we often keep a small selection of things like clothing, linens, toys, books, and small household wares, so that people throughout the community can get what they need.

Your Donations Make a Difference!

  • 2100 children and adults access clothing free of charge from Bissell’s Community Closet each year.
  • Thousands of Thrift Shop customers depend on affordable clothing and household goods to fill their basic needs.
  • $195,000 in annual revenue from our Thrift Shop goes back into Bissell Centre’s programs & services that serve people experiencing poverty.


Please contact us if you have any questions: [email protected] or 780.423.2285 ext 134

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