WAYS TO HELP
Furniture makes a house a home.
No matter how, when, or where you give, you’re giving families in need the gift of a home.
We couldn’t fulfill our mission without the help of our generous donors, or our fabulous volunteers. And we’re always in need of both! Learn how you can give the gift of home – today.
No spare furniture? No problem! You can still contribute with a monetary donation. Consider a one-time gift, become a monthly HomeMaker donor, or sign up for a legacy donation.
Household goods you no longer need could help create a home for someone else in our community. And we think that’s pretty awesome. Check out what, where, and when you can donate.
We’re your eclectic, affordable and ever-changing source for thrifting that makes a difference. All proceeds support our furniture bank mission.
The generosity of our volunteers allows us to fulfill our mission – putting used goods to good use – every day. You’ll get a fun, hands-on experience by volunteering in our furniture bank, our Estate Store, or at one of our events. Whether you’re a first time volunteer or a group looking to make a difference, we’ll welcome you with open arms – and a smile. Help families by joining our volunteer family today.
Host a Drive
Share our mission with your colleagues, friends or loved ones. Host a collection drive at your school, church, work or neighborhood for smaller home goods, like kitchenware, linens, lamps, and more. Hosting a drive is easy and fun – we promise!
The Dresser Project
Clothing, underwear, socks and knick-knacks need a home, too. Dressers are consistently one our most-needed items. With The Dresser Project, we work to build dressers to meet the demand.
Help give the simple gift of organization. We’re always looking for volunteers to help build dressers. Or, a monetary donation to The Dresser Project ensures we always have enough dressers on hand.
We love gathering stuff. We also love gathering community. Check out our upcoming events to have fun (always!), learn about our mission, and connect with our ever-growing community of supporters.
As a homeless Veteran who has been struggling for awhile, I’ve had a hard time being treated like a human being. This is the most kindness and respect anyone has given to me in a long time. Thank you.John