How Furniture Banks Work
What should you do with your good quality, gently used furniture when you’re ready to buy something new? Contact your local furniture bank. They will schedule a pick up of your donation for free, give you a tax deductible receipt, and then take your donated items to their warehouse for redistribution to families in need. In this way, furniture banks collectively help over 100,000 men, women and children each year and divert hundreds of tons of furniture from landfills.
To find a furniture bank near you, please view the “List of Furniture Banks” on this website.
To Donate Furniture:
To make a furniture donation to a furniture bank, please check the list on this website to see if there is a furniture bank in your area. Please be aware that each furniture bank operates independently, and donation and pickup requirements vary from bank to bank.
If there is no furniture bank near you, please contact The Salvation Army, Goodwill Industries or another charitable organization in your area to see if they can accept your donation.
Thanks for your willingness to donate furniture items to help a family in need!
To Receive Furniture:
If you would like to receive furniture, please check the listing on this website to see if there is a furniture bank in your area. Please be aware that each furniture bank operates independently and requirements for receiving services vary from bank to bank.