We’re providing essential furniture to families in need during this
unprecedented time. Help families with a financial donation today.

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Why Donate to the Furniture Bank?

We take stewardship of donor dollars very seriously and rely on them to continue to operate at the scale and effectiveness we are able to operate at today.

  • 206,420+ people are living in poverty in Franklin County
  • 69,600+ children are living in poverty in Franklin County
  • 3,500 families are served every year by the Furniture Bank
  • 100% of your donation is tax-deductible
  • 89% of your donation is directly applied to program services

Make a donation today

No Donation Is Too Small.But the more you give, the faster a need is filled.

At the Furniture Bank, donated dollars accumulate into real results.

Every $100 donated
provides tables and chairs for two families.

Every $250 donated
furnishes a family’s home

Every $500 donated
furnishes two houses with essential furniture

There Are Lots of Ways to Give (And Join Our Mission).

We’re making it easy (and fun!) to transform empty houses into warm homes.

Give Online

Use this form to make a donation now.

Text a Donation

Text “furniture” to 243725. Follow the prompts to donate the amount of your choice.

Participate in the Annual Bed Race 

Each year, teams gather to compete for the top prize. Learn more

Have a question about donating to the furniture bank.  Just contact us!

How Your Money Will Be Used

We take stewardship of donor dollars seriously as they go directly to program services. Our staff works hard to ensure that all monies donated are used to furnish homes for families. In order to do this, we keep our program, staff and fundraising costs as low as possible.

Want to Go Big?

Workplace giving campaigns are a great way to mobilize a group of people to raise money for the Furniture Bank. Groups like Big Lots and others have organized campaigns. Getting started is easy – simply contact us to inquire about the program. Contact Us To Discuss A Workplace Campaign