Save the date for Chair Affair on

Wednesday, March 10th from 6-7 pm.

We are excited to see you there!

Link to register for the event coming soon!

The Children’s Chair Project: 

Interested in using your artistic gifts to create a unique, lasting treasure for a child that comes to the Warehouse?

Learn more and fill out a contact form here.

In 2020, we had over 40 chairs crafted for children! We are excited to continue this project next year!

 About Chair Affair

A house becomes a home when you have a table for meals, a bed to tuck your kids into, and a chair to relax in at the end of a long day. Chair Affair celebrates Community Warehouse, a furniture bank serving our neighbors in need. For 2021, it will be a virtual affair to remember with unique art, exciting auctions, and inspiring stories from people whose houses have been transformed into homes. 

Questions? Contact Robin Healy or call 971-865-5284.

Thank you for a wonderful Chair Affair 2020!

Check out these highlights:

The Espinoza family tells the story of building their family and their home while overcoming obstacles. In this video, they detail coming to Community Warehouse to gain the essence of home. 


During the disruptions caused by COVID-19, Community Warehouse continued to connect essential furnishings to neighbors in need through Home 2 Go essential item kits.

To ensure that their students are successful and focused on school, Tigard Tualatin School District partners with Community Warehouse. This partnership connects students like Matt, Priscilla, and Ben and their families with essential furnishings.

Portland Society Page wrote a beautiful article to recount Chair Affair 2020.

Special Thanks to Our Generous 2020 Sponsors

Thanks to our

Children’s Chair Sponsors

Carla Properties

Cairn Investment


Irvine & Company CPAs

Jeanne Fournier

Jewish Federation

Westmoreland’s Union Manor

Leslie Brunker

Elijah Brimhall

OnPoint Community Credit Union

Dunn Carney

Harley & Robyn Spring

SFA Design Group


Chair Affair is so much fun for me. It really has touched my life in ways I can’t express, but mostly it lends credibility to my struggle to emerge as an artist (art school after 50 ain’t easy). PLUS, it’s all for Community Warehouse and the work that you do is important to our community.”


Chair Affair Artist