All student attire needs to be clean and in good repair.  Please remember that these items will be worn by grads who appreciate current styles.    WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASUAL CLOTHING.


CASH DONATIONS can be made via e-transfer (send to, through our secure server on our website (click on the ‘donate’ tab above), or by contacting  All cash donations are tax deductible.

Tax receipts will be issued for cash donations and for new items with invoices, or with tags attached.

We are always in short supply of plus size items (including shoes) for both men and women!!

We need:

  • Ladies’ dress shoes
  • Ladies’ clutch purses/evening bags
  • Ladies’ shawls, wraps, and scarves (no winter scarves, please)
  • Formal long dresses (no wedding gowns).
  • Cocktail/fancy short dresses
  • Ladies’ strapless bras/bandeaus – new only.  We do not accept used bras.
  • Jewelry – necklaces, earrings (including clip-on), bracelets, rings
  • Tiaras, rhinestone headbands and other formal hair jewelry/clips
  • Men’s suits and tuxedos – especially small sizes (30 – 38) and extra large sizes (over 56)  Please ensure that styles are current
  • Men’s accessories – chain necklaces, earrings, sunglasses, tie clips, fedora-style hats, etc.
  • Men’s belts
  • Men’s dress shirts (no t-shirts, golf shirts, or casual styles)
  • Men’s dress shoes
  • Men’s “funky” shoes – e.g., converse running shoes, skate shoes in bright colours or unusual designs
  • Socks – new only.  We do not accept used socks.
  • Men’s ties, bow ties, and suspenders

Other items:

  • NEW, UNOPENED make up – eye shadow, foundation, mascara, lipstick, eye liner, etc.
  • New hairdressing supplies – boxes of bobby pins, hairspray, gel etc.
  • NEW, UNOPENED men’s grooming supplies – hair gel, body wash, deodorant, shave cream, etc.

Your generosity and ingenuity can make a huge difference for a deserving graduate. Please contact us to inquire about unique donation ideas.

We are honoured to live and work on the traditional and unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples including the qiqéyt (Qayqayt), xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) First Nations.