Yes You Can Now Donate Area Rugs!
Do you consider yourself a caring and giving person?
If you have a rug in good condition but no longer want, Luv-A-Rug has a solution for you.
Bring your rug to us so we can clean it for free and donate it to the charity of your choice!
Why bring your unwanted rug to Luv-A-Rug?
Because charities will not accept any rugs from individuals who want to donate them. The reason is because they do not want to expose their volunteers to any health hazards a used rug may contain (like allergens and pet accidents).
Luv-A-Rug has created relationships with many of the major charities here in greater Victoria. They are more than happy to accept rugs from us because they know the rugs are clean, healthy and ready to use to raise funds with.
And yes...we clean the rugs for free and deliver them to the charities!
- Tuesday to Friday 6am to 1pm
- Saturday 8am to 3:30pm
For your area rug donation Luv-A-Rug will give you FREE rug protection finish on any area rug you get cleaned for your home (up to a $150 value)
This rug protection finish is guaranteed to keep your area rug from getting dirty or stained for up to 6 months.
If your rug does get stained or dirty within that 6 month period we will re-clean it again for free!
- Habitat For Humanity
- WIN (women in need)
- Canadian Diabetes Association
- Big Brothers and Sisters
- Beacon industries
- The Salvation Army
- Society of St Vincent De Paul
- Beacon Community Services
- Bibles for missions thrift store
- To find and save as many rugs as possible from the landfill. A lot of unwanted rugs have years of life left in them and can easily be cleaned and recycled instead of being thrown out.
- To help charities offer another great way to raise funds for their causes. Area rugs are very popular with charities but until now they didn't have a way to accept them without exposing their volunteers to possible hazards. Luv-A-Rug has solved that problem by making the rugs clean and healthy again for free so the charities can take them to help raise much the needed funds for their cause