We appreciate your generous contribution! Your furniture donations will support Arizona families and veterans who are transitioning from chronic homelessness. With your support, we can continue to provide important services for the community and change lives together.
About Your Donation
Donations go to our parent organization, Bridging AZ Furniture Bank, one of the valley’s leading 501(c)(3) nonprofit charities dedicated to addressing fundamental human needs through public impact.
With your help, Bridging AZ is able to provide the necessary bedding and furniture needed to improve the quality of life among the community’s most vulnerable. Let’s continue to change the world and make a difference one donation at a time. Donate today and reference our QCO Code 20357 on your tax return to receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit.
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Your furniture donations to Bridging AZ will go toward services that fight homelessness and improve the housing situation of low-income, at-risk individuals.
Since 2004, Bridging AZ has helped turn an empty apartment into a home for more than 60,000 people and distributed 260,000-plus items to the needy. Thanks to your charitable support, we are able to help local families and veterans on their path toward self-sufficiency. Together, we can transform lives for the better.
Learn more about Bridging AZ Furniture Bank.
Interested in donating your furniture to charity? Our parent organization, Bridging AZ Furniture Bank, accepts gently used furnishings. With the help of the generous public, our team at Bridging AZ is able to provide much-needed household items and bedding to Arizona families and veterans facing chronic homelessness.
To donate, fill out a furniture pickup request or contact our team using the details provided below. For the fastest response, please list the items you would like to donate and include a brief description of the type, brand, size and condition of the piece(s).
Subject Line: “Furniture Donation”
Learn more about donating furniture to Bridging AZ Furniture Bank.