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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.
This year, we decided to swing for the fences and incorporate a Pillow Drive!
Community Warehouse has recently acquired an extensive worldwide collection of more than 16,800 stamps. This appears to be from a collector who devoted hundreds of hours in a lifetime of collecting.
“You always have the most interesting stuff.”
One day, Furnishing Forward logos could be as ubiquitous as a Yelp sticker…
We talked with Amanda Erickson who explained how she donated her birthday to Community Warehouse.
After carrying the plate for a very long time, he finally had a place where he felt he was home safe…
The brand new Hill Park Apartment building seemed to glow in the afternoon sun as the Bedmart and Community Warehouse delivery trucks pulled into the parking lot.
On a sunny Friday morning, a young man, Joseph, stopped by to donate a futon that he once received from Community Warehouse.
Have you heard of Glamping? It’s a combination of Glamour and Camping. It was first ‘discovered’ about 10 years ago but is now mainstream, making the cover of Sunset and Martha Stewart magazines.
Written by Desmond Fuller Spring cleaning: It’s an annual chore we tackle every year, lifting the garage door to let the sunshine illuminate all of our stuff that has collected dust. It’s been months since we’ve seen the garden tools, the camping gear, and the gifted...
Photo (from left to right): Andrew Welch, President; Pat Welch, Founder/CEO; Diane Boly, Founder Boly:Welch has been a fan of Community Warehouse from the very beginning, through our roots at Jewish Family and Child Services. As Community Warehouse grew, so did...
Since the very beginning, Community Warehouse has been created and sustained by the notion of volunteerism. It’s at the core of who we are and how we fulfill our mission.
It’s amazing how much work can be accomplished by so few when the hearts are dedicated. You guys are the real deal.