Volunteers are what keep the engine running. Everything volunteers do at the NW Furniture Bank impacts our ability to efficiently and effectively serve families in need. Since 2007, volunteers have played central roles in fulfilling the NWFB mission to furnish hope to people in need. It is our goal that you and your group have a meaningful and rewarding experience at the NWFB. There are many ways to help—both at the NWFB and in the community. Take action and impact the local community today!
Apply your unique abilities and talents in a volunteer role that will improve the lives of people who are transitioning out of homelessness and poverty.
Come in once a week or a couple of times a month. Flexible and meaningful opportunities are available. Individual volunteers assist during all hours of operation—Tuesday through Saturday. There are no Monday, Sunday or evening shifts. Select from a variety of departments and offer your talents and skills.
New volunteers attend a 30-minute introduction tour prior to their first day of service to learn more about the needs, programs, and opportunities. Volunteers must be 14 years of age or older. A minimum of service once a month is required.
You and your colleagues, neighbors, and friends can immediately impact a family in need. The NWFB needs your help with the following projects:
Build IKEA Furniture
Come join in the fun it’s a terrific team-building activity! Ikea generously donates furniture to NW Furniture Bank for those who have no furniture. We have hundreds of boxes waiting to be assembled. All volunteers must be 14 years of age or older to build. Those under 18 must come with adults.
Host an Essential Drive
WHERE: At Your Workplace, School, Church and in your community. KID AND FAMILY-FRIENDLY!
Demand for donations continues to rise! Without adequate inventory on the shelves from the community, we cannot help families in need. To serve over 30 households each week we need donations! Can your group host an Essentials Drive? We make it easy and fun for your team to make a BIG IMPACT ON A FAMILY! Contact the NWFB to schedule a program tour, pick your collection items, and determine logistics. New and gently used items are accepted.
Items especially needed include: Towels, sheets (all sizes except king), cooking utensils, silverware, dishes, pots & pans
NW Furniture Bank helps restore hope, dignity, and stability in our community by recycling donated furniture to people in need.
"I brought a friend to pick out furniture for his first real home in about 46 years. Everyone was very helpful and courteous. Great job!"