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St. Albert Goodwill Donation Centre

Find a Goodwill Donation Centre at 2530 Tudor Glen Market, St. Albert, Alberta.
The donation centre is open from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm today.


 

Find and Contact Us

Address: 2530 Tudor Glen Market, St. Albert, Alberta T8N 3V3
Phone: 780-458-5960

Donation Centre Hours

10a.m. – 6p.m.

Holiday Hours

December 24-25: Closed
Easter Sunday: Closed
January 1: Closed

St. Albert Donation Centre Details

This St. Albert donation centre offers personal donation unloading during our operating hours.

Your donations make a real impact.

Your donations are sold throughout the 14 Alberta Goodwill thrift stores. 90 cents from every dollar we generate fuels the many programs run by Goodwill across the province. What we do not sell, we recycle and dispose of sustainably. 

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Frequently Asked Goodwill Questions

Have questions about the St. Albert Goodwill Donation Centre? Whether you are a first-time Goodwillian, or have been a regular at our locations in the past, we've got the info you need to make informed decisions about shopping and donating to Goodwill Industries of Alberta. 

Donating to Goodwill in St. Albert

  • Can I calculate the weight of goods that I'm helping divert from the landfills?

    We have launched an Impact Calculator to provide tangible numbers on the huge impact that repurposing and recycling your items can create. You can input the quantity of clothing, accessories, housewares, and furniture you plan to donate or have donated in the past to get a calculated score.

    This score will show you the environmental effect by calculating the potential pounds of goods you have diverted from the landfills. You will also get a calculated number of hours that your donation has the potential to provide our mission’s programs and services used to place people with disabilities into new jobs & careers.  

    Try out the Impact Calculator here.

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  • Do all Goodwill Donation Centres accept electronics for recycling?

    Yes, they do, you can visit any of our donation centres across the province to bring your electronics. If you are requiring them to be recycled, please make the donor attendant aware or label your packaging. For larger items, such as home stereo systems, TVs, projector screens, etc please bring them to a donation centre attached to a store. To find your local donation centre, please click here.

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  • Can I recycle my electronics with Goodwill?

    You most certainly can! Goodwill has partnered with Quantum Lifecycle to provide electronics recycling across the province. This partnership allows us to accept your broken or unusable electronics, keeping them out of the landfills, and allowing you a safe and easy way to dispose of them.

    Quantum Lifecycle is able to recycle items such as laptops, cellphones, tablets, various styles of TVs and monitors, printers, AV Equipment, stereo systems, and more.  

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  • Can I donate underwear to Goodwill in Alberta?

    Underwear that is new or gently used can be donated to Goodwill in Alberta. The underwear should be clean, dry and in good condition when they are donated. 

    Depending on the condition of the undergarments, they may be sold or recycled. For example, if the underwear is damaged or not suitable for resale, it may be sent to a textile recycler. The recycler will turn the material into wiping rags, upholstery stuffing or fibre recycling. 

    Even if you have articles of clothing, including underwear, that are ripped or damaged, consider bringing them to a local Goodwill donation center. By donating these items, they can be put to good use instead of being added to the landfill. If you’re in or near Calgary, the City of Calgary Throw ‘n’ Go is another location where donations can be dropped off. All items donated at this location are organized by Goodwill Alberta.

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  • Can you donate socks to Goodwill?

    Goodwill accepts donated socks that are gently used or brand new. All clothing that is donated to Goodwill, should be clean and laundered before it’s brought in. Socks that are too damaged to be sold at Goodwill Alberta’s thrift store locations will be sent to outside organizations that recycle textiles into new products or materials for other uses. 

    To donate socks or other clothing items to Goodwill Alberta, visit one of our donation centers. Donation locations can be found throughout Alberta, including in Edmonton and surrounding cities. The profits from donations that are resold in our retails stores benefit local communities and help individuals in Alberta with disabilities.

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  • Can you donate bras to Goodwill in Alberta?

    Yes, bras can be donated to Goodwill. As long as the bras are clean and new or gently used they will be sold in Goodwill’s retail stores. Keep in mind, Goodwill cannot accept wet or dirty clothing. So, before bringing items in for donation please be sure that they are laundered and dry.

    If the bras are damaged, they may still be accepted at the donation location. Bras that cannot be sold in-store, are sent to textile recyclers who convert the material into new products. This way, nothing goes to waste unless absolutely necessary. 

    Looking for a Goodwill Alberta donation location? Find the nearest Goodwill using our drop-off location locator.

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  • Can I donate Christmas decorations to Goodwill?

    Christmas decorations and other holiday items can be donated to Goodwill in Alberta. This includes household holiday decor, Christmas lights and Christmas trees. However, please note that Christmas trees will only be accepted if they are in their original box or bag. All items should be in good condition when they are brought to a donation center

    Goodwill Alberta greatly appreciates all the donations received. When you donate to Goodwill you can rest assured your donation is going to a good cause. 89.2% of all profit goes back into the local community, helping people with disabilities find meaningful work.

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