NW Furniture Bank works on a referral basis only serving families in Pierce County and South King. A family must work with one of the pre-approved organizations or social service agencies that partner with us to have a furniture request [referral] placed on your behalf. We do not replace or upgrade furniture you may already have.
We provide gently used furniture and household items to families at or below the poverty level struggling with fire, flood, job loss, domestic violence relocation, foster child ageing out, or someone moving from transitional housing. If you are sleeping, eating or living on the floor we want to help provide the items you cannot afford to purchase.
Ask your caseworker if they are a referring agency and if they are not refer them to this web page.
All our furniture is gently used and the inventory changes daily and there are no returns. You will be charged a processing fee of $75 payable at the time of your furniture selection. If you take furniture with you on the day of your appointment you will be required to have a vehicle big enough to take everything you select on the day of your appointment. You may not make multiple trips to take the furniture home. Delivery is available for an additional $125. Only one visit is allowed to the furniture bank in your lifetime.
Some of the Agencies to Call for Help:
|Chapel Hill Titus Ministry||Gig Harbor||253-853-0224|
|Christ Gospel Church of Tacoma||Lakewood||253-224-5696|
|Helping Hand House||Puyallup||253-848-6096|
|House of Prayer Foundation||Tacoma||253-227-4885|
|MDC - Metropolitan Development Council||Tacoma||253-579-3860|
|Pierce County Aging & Disabilty Resources||Tacoma||253-348-1980|
|Puyallup Tribal Health Authority||Tacoma||253-593-0247 x417|
|Salvation Army||Tacoma||253-572-8452 x115|
|St Vincent de Paul - St John Bosco||Lakewood||253-820-9472|
|Valley Cities||Federal Way||253-335-3749|
|Veterans Affairs - VA||Tacoma||253-583-2339|
NW Furniture Bank helps restore hope, dignity, and stability in our community by recycling donated furniture to people in need.
"Thank you guys so much for helping me become a person again after everything was burned. I really appreciate you very much."