• Riise Juel posted an update 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    Deciding where to donate furniture can be a tough decision, especially if you’re unsure of where to go. Furniture is a large item to move and it can be costly to hire a removal service. Plus, you want to ensure your furniture is properly donated to a good charity. Here are the top three places to go when it comes to finding furniture to give away:

    The US department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of Vocational and Family Services is the place to go for all types of furniture in need. They accept furniture donations at any of their nine regional warehouses, or you can choose to shop online from one of their numerous online merchants. If you are unsure where to donate your old furniture, check here to help. From selecting an organization to mailing in your furniture items, ve compiled the top three things to understand about furniture donation and determining where to donate furniture to. The third thing to understand about this office of HUD is that they have specific guidelines for how old your belongings must be before they will consider it. Read on to learn more.

    You should also contact the US department of Agriculture, Food and Drug Administration, office of Economic Opportunity, or local soup kitchens for any unclaimed or neglected donations. Both of these locations accept any unclaimed or neglected donations, as well as any good condition furniture (also known as vintage furniture). You can either call in your donation yourself, or they can schedule a pick-up for you at any one of the soup kitchens in the country. There are different eligibility requirements, so if your old furniture is in generally good condition, you’ll likely find that you will be eligible to donate to these locations. Otherwise, it will be up to you to arrange for pickup on your own.

    Another way to find out where to donate furniture to is by using job placement services. Many job placement services will be able to give you the contact information of other agencies and employers that can accept your donation. If possible, it would be good to get some kind of verification of your employment as well. Job placement services can often get your items picked up by the appropriate agency , as well as place a sticker on your vehicle stating that you are donating your items to a particular charity.

    Not all charities accept furniture donations. Some only accept clothing and other non-ampersible items. However, many of them take donations of desks, tables, chairs, and other large items. This means that you can often get your items to where you need them, and often at a reasonable price.

    Some charities also accept food donations. You can usually find both used and new items in these kinds of charities. It is important to note, however, that some of these charities will only accept cash donations, so if you plan on giving away something of value as a gift to someone else, it might be best to find a place that will accept a free donation pick up. There are many places that do this, such as schools, churches, and other kinds of social service organizations.

    Freecycle is another great place to find free or low cost items to donate to. These are often donations from individuals who no longer need the items, but would rather let the items go then sell them for a profit. Most of the time, these are products that the company has over bought at a discount or online and simply cannot return. The company then puts the item up for sale in their store, where customers can purchase it for a lower price than what they would pay at the store. For this reason, many people choose to go with a recycle pickup services for their furniture donations.

    Finding a place to donate furniture is a big deal for everyone involved. The company benefits because they get rid of unwanted products, and the public benefit because they get a good thing for free or very little cost. The charitable organization benefits because they get the furniture they have donated to someone in need. The public benefit also means that the donation center keeps the merchandise sitting in their inventory, ready for when people need it. This is money the charity will never have to pay again.