Furniture Bank

 
Ellen, 2, sleeps on grandmother's shoulder as her family looks for mattresses at the Crisis Assistance Ministry furniture and appliance bank on Wednesday. The agency is working on an agreement with hotels to take used furniture for the poor. JEFF WILLHELM - Charlotte Observer

Ellen, 2, sleeps on grandmother's shoulder as her family looks for mattresses at the Crisis Assistance Ministry furniture and appliance bank on Wednesday. The agency is working on an agreement with hotels to take used furniture for the poor. JEFF WILLHELM - Charlotte Observer

CRISIS ASSISTANCE MINISTRY FURNITURE BANK: HELPING FAMILIES IN NEED AND SAVING YOUR HOTEL MONEY.

Thousands of people in our community are sleeping on the floor tonight because they lack the resources to furnish their homes after recovering from homelessness or fleeing domestic violence. Your property’s scheduled renovation or room refurbishment can help families in need live with dignity in properly furnished homes and you can save your property money in the process.

Crisis Assistance Ministry Furniture Bank will pick up displaced furnishings during your scheduled renovation/refurbishment. All free of charge and tax-deductible*.

Donated furnishings from hotels, retailers, universities and individuals are collected and re-distributed to individuals and families every day at the Crisis Assistance Ministry Furniture Bank. People in need of a bed to sleep on, a table and chairs for a family meal or appliances to store and prepare that meal, turn to the Furniture Bank every day. The need is always greater than the inventory.

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