Home Organization services in Toronto, Ontario, Canada




  • Best Buy – Recycles computers, phones, batteries, and cameras
  • Canadian Lions Recycle for Sight – Collects used eyeglasses
  • Clothing Collectors – Collects and recycles textiles and DVDs
  • CNIB Phone It Forward – Donates used smartphones to persons with sight loss (CNIB will wipe & refurbish phones)
  • Diabetes Canada – Accepts donations of clothing, household goods, office inventory, cars, and more; free pickup of small items
  • Furniture Bank – Distributes gently used furniture and household goods to the formerly homeless, women and children escaping abusive situations, and newcomers and refugees to Canada
  • Good Shepherd Ministries – Provides food, clothes, and shelter to those in need 
  • iSpy – Sells new and gently used clothing and toys for babies and children
  • Red Propeller: Project Get Reel – Collects and recycles components of media (CDs, DVDs, cassettes, video tapes, vinyl records), children's car and booster seats, and more
  • ReStore (Habitat for Humanity) – Sells donated, salvaged, and overstocked housing items
  • Second Life Books – Offers pickup of books for resale and for donation to shelters and youth centres
  • Staples Canada – Recycles computers, office tech products, ink and toner cartridges, cell phones, rechargeable batteries, and writing instruments
  • Textbooks for Change – Accepts textbooks up to 15 years old, providing affordable and accessible educational material to students locally and across the globe 
  • Toronto Tool Library – Lends donated tools, board games, toys, camping and sports equipment, and house party supplies 
  • Toronto Waste Wizard – Explains how to dispose of waste materials in Toronto

Design & Renovation

Celebrity Experts

  • Karen Kingston – Professional Clutter Clearing Practitioner and author
  • Peter Walsh – Professional Organizer and author