Life is better when a house is a home.At Community Warehouse, we turn empty houses into comfy homes.
Thank you for joining us for Chair Affair!
It’s not too late to donate~ B.P., Lester and Regina John Foundation is matching all post-event gifts up to $25,000. Double your impact by donating now!
You’ve heard of a food bank?
Our furniture bank mission is similar, except we focus on household goods and furnishings.
We believe there are enough beds, blankets, pots and pans, and furnishings circulating in our community for everyone. We connect these donated household items to neighbors in need, creating stronger homes and brighter futures for all.
- Mattresses and Box Springs
- Sofas (up to 8 feet in length)
- Small Kitchen Tables
- Coffee Tables
- Small Desks
- Pots & Pans
Find out what else we accept on our Give Furniture page.
How you can support us:
What We Gave Last Year
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.
Our Impact in the Community
In 2019, we conducted a comprehensive study on the impact of furniture in the homes and lives of our former clients. Read the results here!
In response to public health needs in the early months of the pandemic, Community Warehouse offered pre-packaged HOME 2 GO Essential Items Kits. Our goal was to provide essential furnishings to people in need while preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. These kits consisted of a dresser filled with brand-new items: an air mattress, bedding, towel set, cookware, and dishware.
News & Events
Read about the huge impact a simple piece of furniture can have.
Furniture and Health Equity By Teresa Spangler, Estate Store & Development Assistant When Charles reached out to Community Warehouse this fall, he was struggling during stay at home orders: “I was sitting on one of them camp chairs since I moved in the place three...
By Anna Kurnizki, Executive Director In 2021, Community Warehouse welcomed six new members to our Board of Directors. Joining a nonprofit Board is no small commitment, and doing so during a pandemic is exceptionally courageous. We are delighted to introduce these...
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.