What truck size will your client need? Advising your clients about securing the correct truck size is critically important; Household Goods does not provide trucks for clients. When in doubt, rent a larger truck. Here’s a guide to various truck sizes:
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Did you know that every two weeks a child dies when a television, piece of furniture, or an appliance falls on him or her? It’s easy, inexpensive, and only takes a few minutes to save a childAs part of a new safety initiative, we are now providing furniture anti-tip anchors with dressers, bookcases, and other large […]
Every year for the past 11 years Household Goods has worked with Boston College to pick up numerous household items donated by students who are graduating or departing for the summer. These items, such as microwaves, lamps, coffee makers, vacuums, etc., are a great resource for Household Goods to subsequently provide to families and individuals […]
We had a great response to our survey and request to join our agency advisory group. Our first meeting was held at the end of February. We discussed the challenges that arise from the need for clients to transport furniture from Acton to their homes. A wide range of agencies were represented, and many actionable […]
On March 27, 30 people gathered to take part in a virtual flower-arranging class presented by Copper Penny Flowers, a Concord-based florist, as a fundraiser to support Household Goods. The event was part of Household Goods’ 30th anniversary event series. Copper Penny Flowers’ owner Jennifer Eaton demonstrated how to arrange and secure a springy hand-tied bouquet, ready […]
Previously, a generous Boxborough family offered a $100,000 Matching Challenge gift to help fulfill the last leg of the $2 million Capital Campaign to complete the Build the Way Home initiative. Originally the Challenge was to end March 31 but it has been extended to May 15. To date $80,000 of the $100,000 has been […]
On March 31, Household Goods held its groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the start of construction on our building addition. State Senator Jamie Eldridge, Representative Tami Gouveia, Representative Dan Sena, Sandy Niles, Trustee of The Manton Foundation, Mike Kuza of Middlesex Savings Bank, and Alison Burns of Enterprise Bank joined the Household Goods Capital Campaign Steering […]
“In Acton, you will find Household Goods. What was once a small operation from Barbara and Ira Smith’s carport, has turned into a 20,000-square-foot showroom for those in need.” So opens a recent segment on WCVB-TV’s Chronicle that featured Household Goods. Watch the episode here.
We have many volunteer jobs to fill right now! We especially need volunteers to assist clients via Zoom, accept donation (outdoors), and assemble box set.
Assemble Box Sets.
We are sad to share news of the death of Marcel “Mark” Sigman, one of Household Goods’ very first full-time, all-in, trailblazing volunteers. Mark retired from a distinguished career at Digital Equipment Corp in 2001. While searching for something to do next, he happened to meet Barbara and Ira as they were picking up a sofa at […]