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  1. #1
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    Default Topform Ashley Disability Recliner

    I want to donate a Topform Ashley Electric Disability Recliner to someone, in the Melbourne metro area & environs, who is in genuine need & whose life will be enhanced by having this chair.
    It was manufactured in 2013, is a Mini size & Spruce in colour, suited to a small person.
    I have just had it professionally cleaned & it is in remarkably good condition. Topform manufacture a quality chair that cost an arm & a leg!!
    Please PM me with contact details & I will discuss possibilities. I have also offered the chair to charities without success, so I thought that Forumites may be able to help find it a home.

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    My mum and her defacto went to a home this fortnight. Different reasons, but same fortnight!

    I thought that a nursing home would welcome something like this.

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    Default Me too!!

    I offered it to the nursing home MIL was in & they said to put it in the skip!!! If I can't find a home it will be on GT for $250.......

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    If all else fails, ring the Helping Hands Mission in Airport West. I realise that they are a long way from you but they may know of a similar organisation near you.

    Their phone no is 1300 892 010
    Last edited by Chesand; 23rd May 2021 at 10:47 AM. Reason: Added Phone no
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    Thanks, I will give them a call

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodPixel View Post
    My mum and her defacto went to a home this fortnight. Different reasons, but same fortnight!

    I thought that a nursing home would welcome something like this.
    I have a very similar chair I have offered to several nursing homes and they are not interested for reasons I can understand.

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