Suspending Furniture Pickup
Because of space limitation, we cannot accept any other items at this time.
Thank you for your request. At this time, our Furniture Donation Program has been temporarily suspended as a result of recent large volume donations.
Unfortunately, we do not have the space required to accept any additional furniture at this time.
As soon as storage space becomes available, we will resume the Furniture Donation Program, probably mid to late fall.
Mailing Address and Hours of Operation
Bay Area Furniture Bank ‘s Mailing Address is:
P.O. Box 61042
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Our Hours of Operation:
8:00am to 4:30pm M-F
What is a Furniture Bank?
Furniture Banks are registered charities, not-for-profit organizations or social enterprises designed to provide gently used household furnishings to individuals and families in need, at little or no cost. Working with a network of community social services, agencies ensures that the right people get access to the furniture.
Are my donations tax-deductible?
Yes, your items can be tax-deductible. If you plan to itemize your tax deductions, you’ll need a receipt from the charity to whom you donated the items. Additionally, many charities such as Goodwill offer prices on commonly donated items like clothing and furnishings for estimating the value of the donation.
Why, as a charity, does a Furniture Bank charge donors for furniture pick-up service?
The short answer is: “So that we can pay the bills every month and continue to offer donated furniture for free to marginalized families.”
The slightly longer answer is: “So that we can pay the bills every month and continue to offer donated furniture for free to marginalized families. Unlike other charities with retail social enterprises – e.g. Salvation Army, ReStore (which take donated items and sell them to the public to fund their operations), we raise money through our furniture pick-up service. This revenue closes the gap between our operating costs and the fees, grants and donations we receive from our generous supporters.”