HOW CAN I HELP FAMILIES IN NEED?
[su_spoiler title=”Furniture Assembly” icon=”caret”]
Click Here for a short 90-second video of dresser-building in action at the Furniture Bank.
Looking for a great hands-on team-building experience? Thanks to generous donations by Sauder Woodworking, volunteers can work together to assemble, sand, and paint kitchen tables and other furniture items from kits. No experience required – we provide the instructions, tools, and safety equipment!
The Furniture Bank can accommodate furniture assembly groups of up to 10 individuals.
[su_spoiler title=”Client Showroom Assistant” icon=”caret”]
Showroom volunteers sort and organize donated items, organize housewares, and help clients select dishes, cookware, and linens. Client Showroom Assistants also help clean and organize furniture.
[su_spoiler title=”Office Assistant” icon=”caret”]
Office Assistants help schedule pickups of donated furniture and deliveries of client furniture. Office volunteers also help by preparing donor packets and writing thank you letters to current donors.
[su_spoiler title=”Woodshop” icon=”caret”]
Volunteers in this position help repair broken furniture and prepare used furniture for client pickup. Woodshop volunteers also cut lumber and assemble furniture for families.
[su_spoiler title=”Volunteer Group Leader” icon=”caret”]
Volunteer Group Leaders assist groups of volunteers who come to the Furniture Bank to assemble furniture or help in other areas in the warehouse and workshop.
[su_spoiler title=”Special Events” icon=”caret”]
Join us as we plan, prepare, and carry out our various special events throughout the year. Our events include furniture auctions, the Big Hearts for Empty Houses gala, and Tables for Thanksgiving.
[su_spoiler title=”Spread the Word” icon=”caret”]
Individuals and companies help us connect with clients, donors, and other volunteers. Post Furniture Bank flyers in your home or business, distribute door hangers in your neighborhood, and notify us about speaking opportunities in your community.