The, Referring Agency’s Voucher Program, is designed to assist individuals and families in dire need of gently used household furniture, goods and products including kitchenware. It is not a furniture replacement program or intended to furnish an entire apartment or house with ideally matched furniture items or household goods and products. This program provides vouchers to referring agencies to be given to their clients and not directly to individual consumers or to their families.
Eligibility for a client to visit the furniture bank begins with a referral from one of our referring agencies on the specified voucher form. We do not accept referrals or vouchers from agencies or organizations that have not been approved through our, Referring Agency Application Process.
To become a referring agency, a Referring Agency Application must be completed, signed and submitted to our office for approval and acceptance into our program. This policy is in place to help us better serve those that need our help.
The Furniture Bank Warehouse is a free furniture bank, established to help those in dire need.
This is not a furniture replacement program nor is it intended to furnish an entire apartment or house with ideally matched furniture items, household goods or products. This program provides vouchers to referring agencies to be given to their clients and not directly to individual consumers or to their families.
The following referring agencies offer vouchers for participants in their programs:
Corner Stone Community Services
Goodwill – Life Skills Program only
Interfaith Hospitality Network
Partners in Housing
The Mercy Springs
The Springs Rescue Mission
Women of Courage
If you are not a participant in a program for the above listed agencies, you may contact the following church to see if you qualify:
The Springs Church
** Please remember this is not a walk in furniture bank, you must have an appointment and a voucher to shop with us.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL FURNITURE BANK ASSOCIATION:
Each night in America, hundreds of thousands of people sleep in places not meant for human habitation, or in homes without the basic essential furnishings needed to turn an empty house into a home. Forty percent of that population is children.
The mission of the National Furniture Bank Association is to assure that no child in America has to sleep on the floor.
In 1999, twenty furniture banks created the National Furniture Bank Association (NFBA). There are now over 90 furniture banks that belong to the NFBA.
Members of the National Furniture Bank Association around the country provide crucial home furnishings to over 100,000 people each year.
The NFBA exists to assist those furniture banks in their mission to serve those in need.