Whether you're already organized, or are just Gettin' Around to It, here are some links to organizing resources that may help:
Have you come across a local product, supplier, or website that has had a particularly positive impact on your life?
If you have something to share, Stacy would love to hear about it.
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZERS & COUNSELLING
Professional Organizers in Canada (POC)
Curious about the POC Code of ethics that Gettin' Around to It follows?
Terri Bailey Counselling Services
SAGE - Seniors Association of Edmonton - "Full House" Program
Health Canada article on garage sales (use the A-Z index at the top right of the page)
www.lesstoxicguide.ca - for people interested in learning more about the chemical levels in products they use (or would rather not use)
DONATION AND CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS
|Tips for Donating:
- check with your chosen charity to make sure they accept your items.
make sure items are clean and in good condition. Donating
un-usable items BURDENS the charity in the form of disposal costs.
help yourself by keeping it simple! Choose no more than 2 or 3 places where you can dispose
of most of your items. Avoid complicating things by sending only a few items to many different
BISSELL CENTRE THRIFT STORE
Phone for pick up information (780) 471-6644, or click the link below.
BISSELL CENTRE DROP OFF LOCATIONS
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY DROPOFF LOCATIONS
10746 - 95 Street
Assists women who have been trained or re-trained and are actively seeking employment.
Donate new or gently used business attire (with/on hangers)
new / unopened cosmetics, toiletries, and hosiery (eg: samples). BY APPOINTMENT.
11847 Wayne Gretzky Drive North
Helps children in need to access the necessary sports equipment to participate.
EDMONTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
EPL accepts books, CDs, and DVDs in good condition and published within the last 5 years.
CENTRE FOR FAMILY LITERACY
Donate children's books in good condition.
ELECTRONIC RECYCLING ASSOCIATION
Recycle used computer equipment and electronics.