All items donated to Change4Change are first and foremost made available to the youth at no cost – after all, we are here to serve them!
All employees and SEE program participants are given the tools for a successful completion of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS), Safe Food Handling and CPR/First Aid. Regarding SEE program youth, at the end of the 16 week program, we confirm the youth have been able to add special skills, qualifications and certifications to their resumes in order to obtain meaningful employment outside of the Change4Change store. SEE Youth are assisted by a program coordinator, two employment specialists, a student support resource worker and a myriad of volunteers. Youth are supported in pursuing employment or completing their Ontario Secondary School Diploma for up to two months post-program.
Safety & COVID-19 Response
As a thrift store, and one that exists to serve our communities most vulnerable, we are committed to providing a safe and unique shopping experience. Whether browsing our racks or dropping off your pre-loved items, we want you to feel confident every time. We're listening closely to the advice of health and government officials, as well as feedback from our team members, customers, and community members.
Youth and staff, both at oneROOF Youth Services and within our store, are screened upon entry. All staff members where the appropriate personal protective equipment. To date, oneROOF Youth Services has had zero cases of COVID-19. (as of November 2020)
- Credit / Debit Cards
- PAYPAL (online only)
- Cash (in-store only)