Bridging AZ Furniture Bank
Got Legs Furniture & Décor is owned and operated by Bridging AZ Furniture Bank, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to serving Arizona families and veterans transitioning from chronic homelessness. Thanks to generous donations from local businesses and the general public, our parent organization has been able to provide furniture and bedding for low-income, at-risk individuals.
Since 2004, Bridging AZ has served more than 60,000 people and distributed 260,000-plus items to the needy. They have also been recognized as a leading charity in the community ― winning the coveted 2007 Sterling Award for Nonprofit of the Year.
Veterans Furniture Project
In association with Bridging AZ Furniture Bank, the Veterans Furniture Project is an outreach program that engages the community’s veterans. Through specialized woodworking classes, veterans handcraft one-of-a-kind pens, which are proudly displayed and offered for sale at Got Legs Furniture & Décor.
The workshop teaches disabled, unemployed and formerly homeless U.S. veterans new skills and aims to instill confidence as they begin the path toward self-sufficiency. If you are a veteran and would like to participate in the program, please use the Veterans Furniture Project contact form to learn more.
Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce
Got Legs Furniture & Décor is proud to be a member of the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce, which aims to build a prosperous community through business leadership. In partnership with the Chamber, we share and embrace values of excellence, stewardship, integrity, vision and inclusiveness.
The Chamber takes a leading role in helping shape a supportive network of local businesses. As a dedicated member of the organization, we seek to further the social interests of our neighborhood’s most pressing needs, helping to stimulate dialogue and build a balanced community.
AmeriCorps / Mesa United Way
Got Legs Furniture & Décor is one of AmeriCorps’ 21,000 site locations across the United States that engages social-minded individuals in service projects. Through volunteer initiatives, our dedicated AmeriCorps members help us address critical community needs, with an emphasis on Arizona families and veterans who are facing homelessness, poverty and unemployment.
We acquire our service members from Mesa United Way, a fellow Arizona-based organization that has partnered with AmeriCorps to ensure the valley’s pressing needs are addressed. Our volunteers are a catalyst for positive change, helping us in our mission to improve the quality of life of others.