Nominate a Value Village MVP


Value Village does some amazing work in our local communities by supporting organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters and The Canadian Diabetes Association. Every donation received by Value Village equals money donated to their charity partners, so the more donations that come through the doors, the more support received by important local organizations. We want to highlight some of the amazing people in the community that help to contribute this initiative.

If you or someone you know regularly donates their gently used items to Value Village, hold clothing drives to help gather donations, or simply goes above and beyond to help the community, we want to hear about it! Fill out the form below for a chance at being the Value Village MVP! Each month, we’ll choose an MVP to highlight & they’ll receive a $100 gift card to Value Village.

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March Value Village MVP is Roz Wilson-Oliver !

Roz Wilson-Oliver was nominated by her friend Jenn who says that Roz cleans out her closets and drawers regularly to donate to Value Village. Jenn mentioned that it really doesn’t matter whether an item cost Roz $5 or $200, she will happily donate it to Value Village so someone else can enjoy it at an affordable price. Roz loves that she is helping out a good cause by donating to Value Village and also loves to shop there to find new-to-her items that are unique and special.

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