November 2020 Update

Hours of Operation: Mon-Sat, 9:30am-1pm

  • Drop off clothing during the hours above or at the bins in the parking lot at 1317 Speers Rd. If you are able to bag clothing that is of great help to our volunteer sorting team.
  • We are operating with a limited number of volunteers and with safety protocols in place.
  • Due to the limited number of volunteers, we may have to recycle extra clothing that can not be sorted. All of the recycling revenue goes straight back to the charity.
  • If you have furniture to donate, click here for more information.
  • Bicycle donations will resume in the Spring.
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Clothing Bank

Safetynet carries a variety of clothing to assit the entire family unit.

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Music Lessons

Safetynet Children & Youth Charities offers free one to one music lessons.

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Tutoring

Safetynet believes that assisting children with their educational needs is key.

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Furniture Program

Used furniture, kitchen supplies and small appliances are offered.

 

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Kitchen Items

Kitchen supplies and small appliances are provided on request, when available.  This includes dishes, glasses and mugs, cutlery, cooking implements and pots and pans, kettles, blenders, and more.

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Bicycles

Safetynet helps obtain bicyles in good used condition.  Families can benefit from reduced travel costs, and enjoy more mobility with a dose of healthy exercise.

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It's a Pleasure to Serve You

Safetynet provides programming that encourages independence and helps to break the cycle of poverty.

If your family is suffering financial hardship, feel free to contact Safetynet for a needs assessment. A needs assessment is where families are invited to sit down with one of our volunteers to develop a plan to best service the entire family.  We will determine if you require one of Safetynet's programs, or we will refer you to another community partner who can better assist your needs.