Please Bring Used Clothes to "Klean Up For Kids"


 Please join me and my family at the Century 21 Miller Annual "Klean Up For Kids" event.

I will be collecting used clothes for "Safetynet" Halton's only FREE clothing bank.  Your clothing donation stays right here in our community and helps one of the 14% living in poverty in Oakville.

Looking forward to seeing you there!!!!



Spring "Klean Up for the Kids" Event

Saturday May 11th, 10 to 2pm 

The Fifties Diner, 649 Speers Rd, Oakville (corner of Speers Rd and Fourth Line)



We are raising funds to send local children with disabilities to specially equipped Easter Seals camps. Often children with disabilities live with feelings of isolation and enjoy very little social interaction with their peers. For many of these children, summer camp is a real chance to establish their independence, expand personal boundaries, and explore their abilities. Easter Seals camps offer a wide variety of exciting activities that fosters autonomy, self-esteem and acceptance - important for all children but especially important for those that face additional challenges!  Help us get them there!


It costs $2100 to send one kid to Easter Seals camp

Every time we raise $2100 one more kid has had a chance to have this life-changing experience

Every dollar raised goes directly to Easter Seals


Please join us for a fun filled day

  • Car wash
  • Bottle drive
  • Penny drive
  • Clothing drop off - with SafetyNet*
  • Face painting & fun bubbles
  • Goody bags
  • Raffle
  • Mother's Day Flowers


 More information and pictures at




*SafetyNet is a registered Charity that provides services to Children, youth and their families. The Charity's focus is to work with youth and families that, for one reason or another, are struggling in the community. Our goal is to provide assistance and support for these families, and their children, and to initiate programs that will not only assist in the basic necessities, but will inspire them with courage, spirit, and confidence to overcome their present difficulties. Our initial phase of programs include tutoring, community outreach services such as a clothing bank (including toiletries), emergency non-perishable food bank, and music lessons.

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