In our homes,
a couch, table, or bed is more than just a piece of furniture. It’s a critical, precious moment. A family game night. A father-daughter bedtime story. A single mom’s nightly rest. A siblings’ study session. Furniture directly transforms an empty house into a true home for a family in need.
That’s why we do what we do.
Greater Need, Same Commitment
2,819 Families Served
9,085 People Served
28,578 Pieces Provided
For our families, 2020 was a year of uncertainty.
A year filled with health risks, job loss, eviction, and schooling setbacks, struggling families in our community needed a sense of stability. That’s why we stayed open. In 2020, we continued providing essential furniture to local families, bringing stability to their lives, transforming their homes, and allowing them to continue their journey to independence during the pandemic. But we didn’t do it alone.
Amidst the pandemic, we were joined by
8,150 Furniture Donors
1,121 Financial Supporters
600 Selfless Volunteers
During a time that was challenging for us all, our community continued to show up and uplift their neighbors in need. Last year more than ever, we saw how a small yet stable force can make a major impact.
65,000+ Families Served
900,000+ Pieces of Furniture
Countless Changed Futures
We turn empty houses into homes of hope for local families in almost any situation. We serve families affected by:
- Domestic Violence
- Child Safety and Security
- Disability or Illness
- Emergency Relocation
- And More…
Hear our families’ stories of hope
Our Furniture Bank CommunityEvery year, you remain committed to our families.
On average, 7,000 furniture donors directly transform a family’s empty house into a home.
On average, 800 financial donors generously join us in uplifting central Ohio families.
On average, 2,000 volunteers donate their time and talents on the frontlines of our mission.
Hear our supporters’ impact
Our Corporate Supporters
As families recover from the pandemic throughout 2021, we are more committed to transforming their homes, families, and futures than ever before.