Skip the Depot and support Made by Momma!
Looking for an easy way to manage those recyclable bottles?
Are you looking for new ways to support our charity?
Do you have bottles and cans piling up in your garage? We want them!
We’ve partnered with SkipTheDepot making your life a lot easier! You won’t even have to leave the house!
Skip the Depot can help you stay safe, stay home and turn your refund into support for families in the community. Donate them today!
What is SkipTheDepot? A door-to-door bottle collection service that makes refundable recycling and fundraising easier than 1,2,3,4…
1. Download the app
2. Book a pickup
3. Place your bags outside
4. Donate your bottle returns refund directly to Made by Momma. ♥
Download the SkipTheDepot app here: https://app.skipthedepot.com/madebymomma and start donating your bottles/refunds directly to us! (charitable tax receipt eligible!)
They’ll come and pick them up from you: please just make sure you select Made by Momma upon refund.
Use the coupon code DONATEMOMMA so 100% of your donation goes back to local families facing adversity or crisis.
Your donated bottle refund helps pay for our essential basic needs programs for vulnerable families! Fundraising made simple!
Did you know that our supporters have (so far) recycled 284,738,411 containers?! And not only that, that resulted in saving 27,700 kg in Greenhouse Gas, saved 94,800 kWh of energy, AND spared 14,600 kg from the landfill?
Did you know that with just a few clicks, you can shop for our most needed items through these online Wish Lists, and get your donations directly shipped to us?
We have many ways you can shop online and support the families we are helping! ♥
If possible, please include a gift receipt so we know who sent the gifts! ♥
Purchased & donated items are eligible for a charitable tax receipt (not including GST) – please save & send your invoice/store receipt for proof of purchase.
All AMAZON and INDIGO wish lists have a set shipping address. Please email us if you are shipping donations outside of the wish lists. (ie Walmart, Toys-R-Us, Well.ca etc) and we will give you the correct address to ship to.
Have questions about donating? Just send us an email!
Looking for a meaningful summer job? Love giving back to the community? We’ve got exciting news….
we’re looking for a few fabulous Summer Interns!
As a volunteer-run organization, every aspect of what we do is done by volunteers….client intake, cooking & baking, updating the website, tracking data, planning events, making baby essential care packages, answering emails, delivering meals, organizing donation drives, attending community events…and everything in between!
The summer months can be a busy time for our organization so we’re looking forward to finding some dynamic students to help us run our Resource Centre. The positions currently available are Resource Centre Coordinator, The Happy Birthday Project Coordinator, and Marketing & Events Assistant.
We’d love to find passionate and caring applicants who are / or have taken non-profit studies, social work, nursing, child development, psychology, sociology, business, PR/Marketing, events planning, communications, or management studies to be a part of our team. These positions have been created for a “youth” between 18 and 30 years old.
This summer job will provide you with the opportunity to acquire new skills and gain valuable work experience in the non-profit sector. If you are passionate about the work our charity does and you’d like to apply for this position, please get in touch with us. Resumes can be submitted via LinkedIn here.
We thank all applicants for their interest; suitable applicants will be contacted for interviews.
These positions are being supported by the Canada Summer Jobs Program/Service Canada
Eligible Student Participants:
To be eligible to participate in the CSJ initiative, individuals must:
• be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment;
• be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act3; and,
• be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations.