Jan 31, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: admin
Loads of Love is 100% Volunteer Based




With winter coming, warm clothing of good to excellent quality is desperately needed.

Of top priority are:

  • shoes and winter boots for both children and adults.
  • Warm winter clothing and winter coats for children and adults
  • New or gently used items only please.
  • Also needed are vitamins
  • toothbrushes and toothpaste
  • soap and detergent
  • diapers (baby and adult)
  • bed sheets and blankets
  • wheelchairs
  • bicycles
  • tables
  • chairs
  • adjustable hospital beds
  • With Christmas coming – good quality children’s toys and school and craft supplies.

Donations can be dropped off Tuesday-Friday from 9am-4pm.


Volunteers are also needed to sort through donations on October 11, 18 and 25 from 9am-2pm as well as during the last week of October at the Colborne Street, Chatham location.

If you would like to volunteer, please call beforehand at 519-352-0911.



Come in & see our new look 


127 Colborne Street (near Rona)


Tue: Fri 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


Sat: 9:00 a.m. – Noon

Loads of Love has Out-Grown its Warehouse Location! With increased demand & Doner Support, we now operate our Warehouse Centre from 127 Colborne St., Chatham.
Please stop in for a visit or to drop off any un-used household items.

Loads of Love is a multi-faceted faith-based ministry outreach that shares God's love in a practical way with the needy both locally, in Chatham-Kent and globally, around the world, by living the words of Jesus "If you have done it unto the least of these, you have done it unto Me." (Matthew 25:40)

Loads of Love's relief efforts began in March1995 as a one-time humanitarian response for Dnepropetrovsk an area in eastern Ukraine that had been severely oppressed following the fall of Communism. However, 16 years and dozens of containers later Loads of Love is still in the business of providing a physical expression of God's love to the oppressed whether orphans, seniors, disabled or those experiencing difficult times.

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