If Household Goods does not accept your item(s) or you are out of our pick-up area, please consider donating to another organization such as those listed here.
Furniture Donation Resources: Massachusetts
Habitat for Humanity ReStores
- Habitat ReStores are independently owned reuse stores operated by local Habitat for Humanity organizations that accept donations and sell home improvement items to the public at a fraction of the retail price. Drop offs and pick ups available. Check the website for the nearest location.
Salvation Army – 800-958-7825
- Furniture is resold. No mattresses. Call for pickups.
St. Vincent de Paul – 800-675-2882
- Furniture is resold. 3 piece min for pickups. No mattresses.
Goodwill – Boston (617-254-0112), Worcester (508-752-4042)
- Furniture is resold. No Mattresses. DROP OFF at Goodwill stores; priority pickup (fee based option).
Epilepsy Foundation 888-322-8209
- Furniture is resold. No Mattresses. Drop off locations & Savers Stores – check unacceptable furniture list
North Shore/Merrimack Valley
Mission of Deeds – Furniture bank 781-944-9797
- Based in Reading, covers Middlesex & Essex counties.
No large appliances. Pickup available in Burlington, Lynnfield, Reading, N. Reading, Stoneham, Wakefield, Wilmington, Winchester, Woburn
Lifebridge 978-745- 2459
- Salem area.
Non profit shelter runs thrift store at 47 Canal St. Salem. Furniture, household goods, books, jewelry, clothing/Pickup service available
Beverly Bootstraps 978-927-1561 (main #) ; 978-921-4710 (for pickup)
- Beverly area.
Furniture & Household items; no mattresses – check website for more info on limited pickups.
Located at 198 Rantoul St. Beverly, MA
Lazarus House 978-689-8575 (main #) ; (978) 269-5285 (for pickup)
- Lawrence area.
Run thrift stores for families in need. Furniture (no mattresses), household goods, clothing etc- check website for list of items. *No longer picking up furniture donations. Check website for donation drop off info.
Project Home Again –Furniture bank; email@example.com
Pickups in Andover, Lawrence, N.Andover & Tewksbury when truck is available. Check website for drop off locations and times.
The Wish Project – Furniture Bank; 166 Middlesex St. North Chelmsford; 866-947-4360
- Basic furniture, home, baby goods & clothing.Seasonal collection projects. Drop-offs only, NO residential pickups.
Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts – 857-229-7528
- Located in Cambridge
Must have 4 or 5 large items to schedule a pickup. Pickups scheduled by email only – firstname.lastname@example.org
Heading Home – 617.864.8140
- Located in Charlestown
Provides programs to end homelessness. Call or email email@example.com to donate goods. No pickup service, limited space.
- 716 Centre St. Jamaica Plain, 617-524-5120
- 1870 Centre St, W. Roxbury, 617-323-0262
- 563 Mass Ave., Cambridge 617-758-6128
- 1407 Washington St., Boston 617-456-0996
Resale store with all items donated. Proceeds to Aids Action Committee of Massachusetts
Free furniture pickups scheduled through online pickup form.
Household Goods – 530 Main St, Acton. 978-635-1710
- Furniture, mattresses, household goods, appliances. Drop off Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday 9-noon. Limited local pickup service available.
Fresh Start Furniture Bank – 16 Brent Dr. Hudson. 508-485-2080
- Pickups within 20 minute radius of Marlborough
Furniture & household items. No appliances. See website for detailed take/don’t take list.
Central Mass Housing Alliance Furniture Bank – 508-752-5519 x105
- Worcester area
Pickup of furniture in surrounding towns.
Project Just Because – 508-435-6511
- Hopkington based. Natick, Framingham, Ashland, S. Sudbury
Direct donations to needy families for furniture via ‘furniture network’. See wish list for other items.
My Brother’s Keeper – Furniture Bank
- Easton location – 508-238-7512 – NO Dropoffs; serving Brockton/South Shore. Basic furniture & household items, like new mattresses. Pickups only in the South Shore area: Milton / Quincy south to Taunton
- Dartmouth location – 774-305-4577; serving Fall River/South Coast – Pickups in South Coast area: south of Taunton to Fall River area. NO pickups on Cape Cod
Teen Challenge (Christian based non profit) – 508-586-1494- Brockton location
Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore – Weymouth Furniture Bank – 781-340-1604
- Location: 48 Sea St., N.Weymouth; serving Weymouth/South Shore
Donations of furniture & household goods are accepted (check website for listing). Call to set up appointment to drop off. No pickups.
Plymouth Area Coalition for the Homeless – 781-582-2010
- Serving South Shore/Kingston *all donations of furniture must be approved & scheduled – email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dining sets, couches, beds, bureaus, small household goods, toiletries, food – F.A.I.R. program
New Life Furniture Bank of MA – 102 Elm St, Walpole 774-316-6395
- Walpole/Medfield area
Furniture Bank – pickup avail Saturday /pickup donation requested
Homeward Vets, Inc. – 413-203-1479
- Located in Ludlow Mills; serving Ludlow/Southampton area
Provide home furnishings to previously homeless vets. Accepts donations – see website for schedule
Appliances, Bicycles, Books, DVDs & CDs, Building Supplies, Cell Phones
Project Home Again email@example.com
- Lawrence/Andover area – pickups in Andover, Lawrence, N.Andover & Tewksbury when truck is available
Will take appliances washers, electric dryers, fridges, ovens & microwaves;mattresses; limited pickup when truck available
Lazarus House 978-689-8575
- Lawrence area
Call thrift store coordinator at 978-269-5285/ Accepts washers, fridges & electric dryers/ Operate several thrift stores in area
Boston Building Resources (BBR) – 617-442-2262
- Boston area
Appliances in showroom condition, less than 5 yrs old
- Leominster, Worcester, Billerica, Lawrence, W. Roxbury, Carver, Pittsfield, South Yarmouth, Falmouth, Plymouth, Ashland, Attleboro.
Check websites for more info & other locations.
Bikes not Bombs – 617-522-0222
- Jamaica Plain based; conducts local bike drives & drop off locations
Accepts bikes, computer hardware, bike tools, hardware – check website for more info. Call for dropoff times/local collection drives in different towns
Worcester Earn-A-Bike 508-614-9322 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Worcester based all volunteer non profit. Earn A Bike program – participant volunteers, learns bike maintenance then earns a free bike.
Books, CDs, DVDs
- Acton area
Books may be donated at any time the library is open for Book Sale. Most books generally, no magazines or textbooks older than 5 yrs.
Discover Books/Reading Tree – 800-402-2665
- All Massachusetts
For profit with social mission. Accepts all books – donating to schools, family literacy programs, and international libraries. Check website for drop off locations. Pickups avail.
More Than Words – 781-788-0035 Waltham/781-788-0035 Boston
- Drop-off container now at Household Goods; pick up service and other drop-off containers also available.
Non-profit empowering disadvantaged youth to run this retail & online book business. Books, CDs, DVDs, video games, audio books, videos.
- Located in Salem, NH; mail in or contact for larger amounts;
Recycles #7 high grade plastic CD/DVD, also accepts Records – see video
Nursing Homes, Assisted Living, Adult day programs, Your Local Library
- Call local programs in your area;
Often accept videos and DVDs, Musicals, old movies, old TV series for senior program/nursing homes
Boston Building Resources – 617-442-2262 x232
- Greater Boston out to Littleton area;
Picks up building materials like kitchen cabinets, appliances (not more than 4 yrs old), etc. Fee based
Boston Restore Inc – 617-288-8400
Office furniture & supplies, sometimes furniture – drop-offs please, limited pickups
- Billerica, Lawrence, Peabody, W.Roxbury, Hanover, Leominster, Worcester, Carver, Plymouth, Yarmouth, Falmouth, Ashland, Attleboro, Pittsfield.
Building materials, appliances, furniture and household goods. Check websites for more locations & info.
Clothing, Toys, Baby Items, Excercise/Sports Equipment
Epilepsy Foundation – 888-322-8209
- Drop off bins are located in the Household Goods parking lot
Clothing, shoes, linens
Goodwill – 617-445-1010
- Trailer at Crosby Market in Concord (other locations listed on website);
Clothing, Household goods
St. Vincent de Paul – 800-675-2882
- Clothing. Drop offs in SVP bins – check website or call for locations
- See website for bin locations.
Clothing, shoes, linens, small toys
Cradles to Crayons – 617.779.4700
- Various drop-off locations and collection sites. Children’s clothing, shoes, baby items, baby supplies, board books.
Room to Grow – 617.859.4545
- Program assists low income families. Donate new and nearly new baby items such as clothes, books, toys, and equipment in excellent condition. See complete list here.
- Donors may drop off their items at their office (142 Berkeley Street in Boston) – Due to Covid 19 precautions – Contactless Drop Off
- Second Chances reuses and recycles clothing, shoes, and accessories to help homeless and low-income people in Somerville & Cambridge
- Check the website for location of donation bins
North of Boston
Community Giving Tree – 978-223-5767
- Located at 570 Main St., Boxford, MA, serving Boxford, N. Andover, Andover, Topsfield, Middleton, Beverly, Georgetown. Also accepts Saturday donations as listed on website in Andover, Hamilton & Newburyport
Provides baby equipment (high chairs, cribs, strollers etc.), Infant / Children’s clothing; toiletries, diapers, Toys (fall only); School supplies (fall only) Pickups available. Check website for list of items accepted.
Massachusetts and New Hampshire
Catie’s Closet – Dracut – 978-957-2200, Boston – 617-272-3621
- New and gently used children’s clothing, new and gently used teen appropriate adult clothing, new underwear, socks, and shoes, new and full-sized toiletries
- Dracut Distribution Center for Donations – 19 School Street, Dracut MA
- Boston Distribution Center for Donations and Volunteers – 63 Sprague Street, Hyde Park MA
Vietnam Vets of America – 800-775-VETS (8387)
- Clothing, toys, baby items, bikes, tools, household items etc.
Big Brothers, Big Sisters – 800-483-5503
- Pickups available – clothing, toys, household items, tools, bicycles, exercise equipment, etc. also appliances, electronics (fee involved with certain items like TVs)
Salvation Army – 508-799-0520 (Worcester); 978-568-8155 (Hudson)
- Clothing, household items, sporting, etc
Epilepsy Foundation – 888-322-8209
- Clothing, household items, small toys. Free pickup, drop off at several sites and Savers stores – see website for more info
Business Suits and Clothing
CTI – SuitAbility – 978-934-8898
Women’s business suits/clothing – New or gently worn (donations by appt)
TailoredforSuccess – 781-324-0499
Women and Men’s business suits/clothing
Computers/Electronics, Medical Supplies, Musical Instruments, School Supplies
“Get Connected” ADBAR Women’s Alliance – 617-325-9526
Accepts computers, laptops, printers & office equipment – Call or email for more info
TecsChange – 617-963-0262 (Skype)
Accepts computer equipment-check website for list – also has link to other organizations to donate older equip.
Electronicrecyclers – 978-632-7666 (local); 800-884-8466 (national)
Accepts TVs, computers, audio, consumer electronics for processing
- A national exchange network hosting the Nonprofit Computer Recycling and Reuse Network and the Nonprofit Materials Exchange Network. Donation seekers can also post donation requests with them.
- Manufacturers and retailers offer several options to donate or recycle electronics. This EPA site – find a local recycle or donation program – includes local retailers like Best Buy, Staples etc.
East Coast Electronics Recycling – 978-537-9940; 877-537-9940
- 68 Walker Rd, Shirley MA
M-Fri 8:30-3:30p items accepted- reasonable fee charged. Helpful to call first, if no one in office, go behind building to loading dock. See pricing list for MA residents
REquipment Program – 617-204-3626; email@example.com
c/o Mass. Rehabilitation Commission, 600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111
- Durable medical equipment (DME) reuse program. Accept donations of gently used wheelchairs (power and manual), patient lifts, shower equipment, rollator walkers, portable ramps and other un-needed durable medical equipment (DME). Clean and refurbish items and reassign them to consumers in need at no charge.
H.E.L.P (Hospital Equipment Loan Program) – 781-322-1052
Wakefield Masonic Building, 500 W Cummings Park (rear), Suite 1150 Washington St, Woburn
- Drop off 9a-noon Saturdays. Used medical equipment, also hospital beds. Check website for items accepted. Also run handicap ramp program
Helping Hands – 617-328-0102
Used medical equipment
The Wheelchair Recycler – 508-460-6328
Non-profit organization – takes power wheelchairs and scooters;call or email Dave for more info. Check brochure.
- Mashpee; services eastern MA, west to Worcester
Provides medical equip to disabled children & families. no drop off site, will pick up. Please contact for more info.
Neat Restore Center at Oak Hill – 860-243-2869
- Located in Hartford, CT; serves CT and parts of MA
Used medical equipment
Your local Council on Aging or Department of Health/Housing, VA Hospitals
- Most accept walkers, shower seats, wheelchairs, etc., depending on available space – may need specialized equipment.
Needham Community Council medical loan closet for Needham residents
Disability Info listings
Wheels for the World – 818-707-5664
- Nationwide; New England programs
Christian based non-profit – accepts used wheelchairs – check website for more info
Music Go Round – 508-647-6874
- 810 Worcester St., (Route 9 Eastbound) Natick, MA 01760
buys, refurbishes & recycles musical instruments
Instrumental Angels – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sudbury, MA – Upcycling used musical instruments, music and accessories for children
- Boston area/includes pickups – Accepts musical instruments (NO pianos or organs)
EXCL – Extras for Creative Reuse – 617-635-8284
Recycled materials that offer creative opportunities in classrooms, youth groups and beyond
Online resource of Creative Use and Scrapstore listings by State
TAPP – Teachers and Paws Project – Nashua NH (supports southern NH area)
Thrift store & Teachers Resource Center – Accepts clean, safe and interesting donations that will support teachers and students.
Other Ideas for Your Donations
Other Furniture Banks
Looking for other furniture banks? Check out National Furniture Bank Association
Shelters often need sleeping bags, tarps, tents – sometimes furniture, TV’s (like large screen TV’s)
To Sell Your Items
- Action Unlimited – 978-371-2442 (Concord) or 508-481-4322 (Marlboro). They have free Ads for items selling for $249 or less.
To Recycle Your Items
- Recycle your items in your local community: www.freecycle.org
- Earth 911– check out this website to find recycling services and options near your community.
- Search for local Facebook Community Groups that deal with free stuff, swaps or sales.
Contact us with updates, feedback or other organizations to include in this listing.