How Anney’s Closet Works

For Girls or Women in Transition

If you are a girl or a woman that could benefit from Anney’s Closet it’s as easy as 1-2-3!

Step 1

Talk to your youth worker, social worker or counsellor and ask them if they are one of our Social Service Agency Partners.

Step 2

Your worker will contact Anney’s Closet to set up a time that works for you both to come shopping. Please note: All Anney’s Closet visits must be arranged through a worker at one of our Social Service Agency Partners.

Step 3

Pick out items to furnish your new place! If you don’t have transportation we can make arrangements to have your things delivered.


For Donors and Volunteers

Anney’s Closet relies 100% on donations from downsizing seniors, families, organizations and generous community members to fill the Closet shelves. We operate solely through the hard work of volunteers, the support of our Sponsors and the kindness of the community.

If you’d like to donate or volunteer please read our How You Can Help page.

3 thoughts on “How Anney’s Closet Works

  • January 9, 2018 at 2:58 pm

    Hi there,

    I am a Family Preservation Worker at the Sooke Family Resource Society. I have a client who is in need of household items such as pots, pans, silverware, bed sheets, pillows and blankets. Would you be able to help in any of these areas?
    Thanks so much.



    • January 10, 2018 at 4:21 pm

      Hi Sonya, You can email our Anney’s Closet Booking coordinator at She will be able to assist you with your request.

  • September 10, 2018 at 2:31 pm

    Good day, I am a GSW and have a youth aging into community and could use some things for her place. I can get one of her supports to bring her by whenever works for you.



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