Because home is more than four walls


Become a Member Agency

Philadelphia Furniture Bank collects gently used furniture from the public in our warehouse and provides it to individuals and families in crisis. We work with a network of member agencies that refer clients to us.

Donate Furniture

When you donate to Philadelphia Furniture Bank, your furniture goes directly to Philadelphia residents in need. Plus, you're helping the environment by recycling your furniture and keeping it out of landfills. All furniture donations are tax deductible.

How it works

We offer a simple, practical solution for donating unused furniture items that are still too good to just throw away.

Innovative partnerships let us keep overhead low while offering skills training and employment to veterans and people with disabilities.

With efficiencies of scale, we can meet the City's need to furnish housing for people moving out of homelessness and in other crises.

People in need are able to make a home and feel safe and comfortable, with beds to sleep in and a table and chairs for family meals.

News & Updates

  • Volunteers are vital to the Philadelphia Furniture Bank moving its mission forward. came in for an employee day of service to build IKEA dressers.
    Shannon Long (right) and co-worker Kim Glowacki spend the day building dressers donated by IKEA.

When we asked Shannon Long why she volunteers so much of her time to local nonprofits in her community, she told us "I give back to my community because when I, unfortunately, stumbled upon some hard times many years ago, my community helped me get back on my feet. I always like to give it forward because you never know when you might need a little help in life." Volunteers like Shannon are the key to enabling The Philadelphia Furniture Bank to serve hundreds of individuals and families each year. 

  • Philadelphia Mural Art's artist Diane Pieri's donate work for the 2017 Chair Affair.
    Join us on April 19th at the 2018 Chair Affair to see more original works like this one and help raise money for families moving out of poverty.
  • Painting of a bright blue bus traveling through colorful vegetation.
    For her murals, like this one at the Cruz Recreation Center on N 6th street, Diane takes inspiration from the local community and culture.
  • Golden circle's overlay deep orange, blue and red hues in Diane Pieri's painting.
    Diane's recent work with textured paper is inspired by her days sketching in Grannie's kitchen.
Artist Diane Pieri has always looked for authenticity and beauty in her work. When she learned that the Philadelphia Furniture Bank lets families create beauty as they build a new life, she knew she had to get involved.
  • Philadelphia housing agencies taking a tour of the Philadelphia Furniture Bank's showroom
    Philadelphia housing agencies taking a tour of the Philadelphia Furniture Bank's showroom
  • Invited guests listen to the benefits of becoming a member of the Philadelphia Furniture Bank
    Invite guests find out about the Philadelphia Furniture Bank's membership benefits
  • CEO, Christine Simiriglia takes time to speak with volunteers, board members and leaders in the community
    Christine Simiriglia (left), CEO, Pathways to Housing PA, speaks with guests, volunteers and community members.
“When you speak something into existence, it’s amazing how it can grow.” Those words began the Philadelphia Furniture Banks open house this October, where several potential new partners experienced first-hand the amazing work the bank is doing.
  • Philadelphia Furniture Bank's Inaugural Fundraising event The Chair Affair. An event that supports our mission that no child sleeps on the floor.
Have you booked your ticket to the Philadelphia Furniture Bank’s first annual Chair Affair yet? If not, here are three reasons you should book now.

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