Donate Your Furnishings

Quality is among our core values (along with Service, Compassion, Generosity, and Respect). We’re selective when it comes to furniture donations because we only place items in others’ homes that we would place in our own. We carefully choose furnishings based on condition, size, and demand. It’s always our goal to quickly rehome furnishings to families in need, but if a quality piece of furniture is in need of some additional love, we may choose to accept it and upcycle it before rehoming. Many of our clients live in condos and apartments, so we seek items that fit well in small living spaces.

What do we accept?

• 2-, 4- and 6-seat dinette sets
• Twin, full, queen, and bunk beds
• Dressers (vertical preferred)
• Nightstands
• Gently used, neutral-toned sofas and chairs
• Coffee and side tables

• Gently used, neutral-toned rugs (up to 8’ x 12’)
• Floor and table lamps
• Kitchenware (pots, pans, dinnerware sets, bakeware, 
   flatware sets, glassware, mug sets)
• Decorator items
• New linens
• New mattresses/box springs

What don't we accept?

• Damaged goods
• Plaid or floral couches
• Oversized furnishings
• King-sized beds
• Laminate or pressboard furniture
• Used mattresses/boxed springs

• Used linens
• Clothing
• Baby care items (cribs, highchairs, changing tables,
   car seats)
• Large appliances
• Electronics

If you have a single item you’d like to donate, please email us a photo, and we’ll be in touch. If you’re closing up a home and have multiple items to donate, please email us photos and potential dates for a home visit to assess the number and size of furnishings. We’ll discuss a pickup schedule when we visit. (Please review our “COVID-19 Precautions.")

COVID-19 Precautions

For the safety of the families we serve and the safety of our teams, we are currently providing curbside pickup and delivery only. We are not entering occupied homes (i.e., homes with overnight occupants). Donations can be queued up on a porch, in a driveway, garage, or other open space outside of the home. One of our friendly team members will briefly come to your door, introduce themselves, confirm the items you’re donating, and provide you with donation paperwork.

As a precaution, our team members wear masks/gloves and social distance as much as possible when interacting with families. We do expect similar courtesies from the families we serve. If an interacting family member does not have a mask of their own, we will provide them one.