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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.
Community Warehouse will be a six-month Bag-It-Forward beneficiary at not one but four New Seasons store locations!
Our donation drive is back, and Uber is making it easier to give on the go! Meeting friends for lunch? Running errands? Stop by Community Warehouse before heading to your destination.
When we needed a comfortable and reliable place to land, The Purple Couch was always there for us.
We approach spring cleaning with the goal of simplifying, making room to breathe, and let in the light. We all want to pull out the gardening tools and camping gear without having to jostle our way around boxes of I’ll-get-to-it-laters.
Every year, Chair Affair guests look forward to seeing the outstanding works of art and transformed furnishings created by renowned local artists for the latest series of artistic children’s chairs.
For Ramona, and thousands of neighbors every year, getting ahead means having a bed!
With Valentine’s day fast approaching, it’s the perfect time to think of romantic gestures for that special someone in your life.
Representatives from RAIN (Refugee Assistance and Information Network) International knocked on doors of recently resettled refugee families to bring them some good news: after enduring hardships of travel, trauma of dislocation and relocation they were getting new beds to go with their new homes.
Megan comes to the role with an extensive background in social services and journalism, as well as a long relationship with the agency.
Did you know the Estate Stores have been given donations made from ivory, tusk, shell and other animal products? On July 6, 2016, a near-total ban on commercial trade in African elephant ivory went into effect in the United States.
Check out this beautiful Eighteenth Century Kitchen/Work Table – $890 for purchase in the Portland Estate Store.
As of November 1, Community Warehouse has served over 2,830 children that did not have access to basic household goods. When a family is faced with a lack of resources or stability at home, a child is potentially at risk for compromised academic success and healthy social development.
It’s amazing how much work can be accomplished by so few when the hearts are dedicated. You guys are the real deal.