Spring Back Mattress Recycling and NW Furniture Bank will be closed Saturday April 9th for all donations and services. The Daffodil Parade closes down Puyallup Ave so its a challenge to get here until the afternoon.
Hope Furnishings will be open from 10 am to 6 pm. If you have the fortitude to come down between 10 am and 1 pm we will take and additional 10% off your total purchase.
Dozens of agencies work with the homeless, domestic violence victims and low-income population providing temporary housing and recovery programs, but when their clients complete the programs they may have new housing and a new focus for their life, but they often have no furniture. NW Furniture Bank meets these needs by providing furniture to those transitioning into their own homes. Furniture is also available for foster children who age-out of the program, and for people who lose all of their possessions in natural disasters such as fire or flood.
The NW Furniture Bank strives to give their clients a bed to sleep on, a sofa to sit on, and a table to eat from. Hundreds of volunteers are using their time, talents and donated furniture to restore hope, dignity and stability to families that are working hard to rebuild their lives. learn more >
Daffodil Parade Closure
Spring Back Mattress Recycling and NW Furniture Bank will be closed Saturday April 9th for all donations and services. The Daffodil Parade closes down Puyallup Ave so its a challenge to get... read more »
Published on Apr 7, 2016.
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NW Furniture Bank helps restore hope, dignity, and stability in our community by recycling donated furniture to people in need.
"NW Furniture thank you very much for helping our family. Now we have beds, dining table with chairs etc... and many more that was needed in our home as we were having a hard time settling in from out of state. I couldn't hold back my tears for a lot of worries, stress has been lifted off and I'm very, very grateful to you all."