Accepted or not

First of all, Le Support doesn’t accept furniture or household appliances, magazines or books. Apart from these, we take almost anything you’d find in a home: curtains, blinds, dishware, pots and pans, knick-knacks, towels, records, CDs, DVDs, audio and video cassettes, small sound systems, small electrical appliances and, of course, clothing.

What is refused

Le Support has been collecting used clothing and other used items for over 30 years. We have to sell what we collect. Unfortunately, the market for furniture and household appliances is almost nonexistent.

If you have furniture and household appliances that you’d like to get rid of, we suggest that you contact the Information and Referral Centre of Greater Montreal. They will be able to inform you about the places that accept these items as donations.

  • No beds or mattresses;
  • No sofas or armchairs;
  • No ovens (but we do accept microwave ovens);
  • No refrigerators or dishwashers;
  • No washing machines or dryers;
  • No books or magazines.

What is accepted

We accept almost anything that’s found in a home. But remember one important condition: your items must be in good shape. Why? Because we have to sell everything we collect. This is how we raise money to help the intellectually disabled.

Clothing and textiles

  • Clothing of any type in good condition;
  • Underwear in good condition;
  • Accessories such as ties, belts, scarves, etc.;
  • Handbags, wallets, purses and bags;
  • Shoes, boots and sports shoes;
  • Drapes, curtains, towels, bedspreads, dishcloths, etc.


  • Dishes of any type;
  • Glasses and cups;
  • Pots and pans and all items for cooking;
  • Flatware and all types of utensils, both small and big;
  • Kitchen accessories.

Electrical and electronic appliances and devices

  • Small electrical appliances are very much in demand: toasters, kettles, toaster ovens, can openers, blenders, mixers, waffle makers, fondue pots, raclette grills, etc.;
  • Alarm clocks, small and big sound systems and their speakers;
  • Videocasette recorders, cameras;
  • Lamps and fans;
  • Computers and their accessories.

Sporting goods

  • All items related to sports, including pétanque!
  • Skis, snowboards and skateboards.

CDs, DVDs, records and cassettes

  • Audio and video cassettes are also very popular;
  • CDs, DVDs and records are highly sought-after. Don’t hesitate to give them to us!

Call 514 725-9797, from 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., Monday to Friday, if you are unsure whether an item is accepted or not.