MODIFIED SERVICE UPDATE: COVID-19
Starting May 11th, we are accepting a limited set of items to ensure sanitary service and minimize contact.
You can drop off these items at the Warehouse in Portland (3969 NE MLK Jr Blvd) or Tualatin (8380 SW Nyberg St) between
10 am- 4 pm on weekdays.
You can help by donating ONLY the following items.
- Kitchen tables
- Kitchen chairs
- Dishware (plates, bowls, cups, and silverware – no china or metal-rimmed dishware)
- Cookware (pots, pans, cooking utensils)
- Small appliances (microwaves, toasters, coffee makers, etc.)
- Sofas (no sleeper sofas, sectionals, or recliners)
If you have other furniture or household items to donate, please hold onto them until Community Warehouse is ready to accept other donations.
Community Warehouse has modified furniture bank services for existing community partners ONLY.
- Community Partners can schedule a pickup of Essential Item Kits at the Portland furniture bank.
- Only 1 Community Partner may pick up at the Warehouse at a time. No clients may enter the Warehouse.
- Essential Item Kits of properly sanitized items are preselected and prepackaged according to household size.
- No Tualatin furniture bank service for Essential Item Kits.
- No new case manager orientations.
We are committed to our responsibility to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19 by limiting contact and ensuring hazard-free distribution. We ask that all visitors to the Warehouse support our social distancing and sanitation guidelines.
We will continue to monitor developments and assess our best course of action to safely resume donation services as soon as possible. During this time, expect regular updates from us in this space.
Temporary SERVICE CLOSURE: COVID-19
4/1/20: Stay At Home Order in Effect. In compliance with the statewide Stay At Home Order issued by Governor Brown:
The following operations are paused until further notice:
- Donation Pickup
- Estate Store Shopping
How you can support us:
- Make a monetary donation to furnish homes for families in need.
- Clean gently-used items and donate to the warehouse according to our Accepted Donations list.
- Inform your networks about the importance of supporting our services.
For information about COVID-19 and how to safeguard yourself and your community, visit the Multnomah County Health Department (in multiple languages Español – Tiếng Việt – Pусский – 中文 – العربية), or visit the CDC website.
Kindness in Crisis!
Community Warehouse and KOIN 6 invite you to ensure everyone in the community has the basics they need to stay at home safely during the COVID-19 crisis. You can help neighbors in need without leaving your couch!
Life is better when a house is a home.
Home is at the center of every person’s well-being and livelihood. We believe there are enough beds, blankets, pots and pans, and furnishings circulating in our community for everyone.
You’ve likely heard of a food bank?
Our furniture bank mission is similar, except we focus on household goods and furnishings.
We connect donated household goods and furnishings to our neighbors in need, creating stronger home foundations and brighter futures.
Our Impact in the Community
In 2019, we conducted a comprehensive investigation of the impact that our service model has for people who’ve received furniture from us. The results are exciting and provide us with both a proof of concept and a mandate for the future.
Our donors provide sustaining support for local families. Any donation, large or small, goes straight to our mission – and builds the foundation for healthy, happy homes.
That couch you’ve thought about replacing? Yeah, that could change a life. Put your used goods to good use. Learn what, where, and when you can donate.
Shop our Estate Store, filled with unique furniture you won’t find at any old department store. All proceeds go directly to support the Community Warehouse mission.
What We Gave Last Year
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Read about the huge impact a simple piece of furniture can have.
COMMUNITY WAREHOUSE AND SPREETAIL PARTNER TO PROVIDE MATTRESSES TO FAMILIES MOVING OUT OF HOMELESSNESS
Community Warehouse Furnishing Forward partner, Spreetail, is launching New Beginnings, a collaborative program to provide mattresses and home essentials to families in Portland transitioning from an experience with homelessness.
My experience was a great one. The Warehouse helped me and my daughter get our lives back on track. We had lost so much and they helped us get some of it back. We can’t thank them enough for the things they gave us to start over with.