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  • Ending homelessness

    One person at a time
  • Sending you joy

    See what joy means to 3 formerly homeless men.
  • No one should sleep on the floor

    Providing no cost furniture for those in need
  • Formerly homeless woman in her new Philadelphia home

    A safe place to call Home

    Everyone deserves the opportunity
  • Housing First Ends Homelessness

    It really is that simple

Your support has provided homes, restored health and reclaimed lives for more than 400 people that no one else has been able to serve.

Why Housing First Works

 

For the Chronically Homeless

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For the Community

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We start by housing people directly from the streets, without precondition.  Then we address their underlying issues around mental health, addiction, medical care, income, and education to help integrate and welcome them back into our community.

News & Updates

The Philadelphia Furniture Bank was awarded a complete IKEA makeover from the IKEA store in South Philadelphia. The makeover will create a gathering space for families moving out of homelessness and furniture bank volunteers that is functional, inviting and well-designed — a place our community can feel welcome and comfortable.

In honor of National Volunteer Week from April 10-16th, it's our pleasure to highlight some of our awesome volunteers. Recently at the Philadelphia Furniture Bank, an enthusiastic group of volunteers from EvolveIP gave their time to help families who are moving out of homelessness. They were rock stars, assembling a total of 36 tables and 64 chairs!

I will never forget meeting Heather. It was my first time at the Philadelphia Furniture Bank as an intern of Pathways to Housing PA, and I was eager to see our work in action. As you may know, the furniture bank is an incredible organization by Pathways to Housing PA that allows low-income families to receive furniture for free. At Pathways, we work to house homeless Philadelphians, however we quickly learned that four walls do not make a home. A house without any furniture is not really a home at all. This is the story of Heather, and her journey in making her house a home.

While an intern at the Philadelphia Furniture Bank, Brittany Thomas not only made a difference, but was changed for the better.

Last month concluded my internship at the Philadelphia Furniture Bank, and I have to say with all honesty that I will miss it tremendously.  In the short time I spent there working alongside its amazing staff and the multitude of case workers it had a significant role in allowing me to discover what I am truly passionate about, and for a 20-something year old fresh out of college, that is a huge deal.