(Closed) Selling / Donating a Dress in Canada

posted 3 years ago in Dress
Post # 2
932 posts
Busy bee

I would say kijji or a facebook buy and seeL. If your dress is relatively new and you price it at something like 500 it shouldn’t take long to sell! If it’s older than 2 years than It will be a much cheaper price to sell…..

there are also places that accept gown donations for still born infant  outfits Or grad dresses. Depending on the dress style it could be dyed for a grad dress…….

Post # 3
2524 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2015

Pele:  The Bride’s Project is in Toronto.  You won’t get a tax receipt though.  I’m going to take my dress there after the wedding. 

Post # 4
932 posts
Busy bee

sostobe:  that’s awesome! I live out west but think that’s a great cause! 

Post # 5
1928 posts
Buzzing bee

Pele:  The Brides Project in Toronto is a great place to donate your dress to! All the proceeds go to cancer research. Last year they raised around $100,000!! You do not need to dry clean the dress, however they do not give tax receipts since they are a charity that donates to other charities – they don’t qualify. Here’s the website if you are interested! http://thebridesproject.com/

Post # 6
788 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

I agree with PPs. The Bride’s Project is an awesome spot to donate your dress! 

Post # 7
698 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

In Alberta, there is Angel Dresses Canada – they take wedding dresses and craft “Angel Dresses” for children and infants to wear at final burial services. 



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