Household Goods helps those in need create a home. In the time of the pandemic, we have pivoted to an online showroom where we continue to offer individuals and families choice of their furniture and household items that they then pick up with minimal contact with our volunteers. What hasn’t changed, though, is how our […]
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Household Goods has announced a pledge from Enterprise Bank for $25,000 to support the Build the Way Home Capital Campaign. The donation will help drive the Household Goods Campaign to improve the safety for the thousands of volunteers, donors, and clients working at and visiting the Center; add space to prepare incoming goods for people […]
During our first interactive Zoom Town Hall, Household Goods Executive Director, Sharon Martens, and President of the Board of Directors, Barbara Howland, provides an update on how Household Goods has adapted our operations during the COVID-19 crisis and our Build the Way Home project. We were honored to be joined by State Senator James Eldridge (D-Acton), […]
State Senator James Eldridge (D-Acton), Representative Tami L. Gouveia (D-Acton) and Representative Danillo A. Sena (D-Acton) secured an earmark for $250,000 for Household Goods in the Covid-19 Supplemental Budget, signed by Governor Baker on July 24. This funding brings the total raised to date for the $2 million Build the Way Home Capital Campaign to […]
Our new “by appointment only” drop-off system has been filling as quickly as we open up slots, but we want to make sure YOU get a special chance to get your items to us. We have set aside Wednesday, June 17 from 9-11:30 AM for volunteers to bring their donations. We need to know how […]
Household Goods today announced that Middlesex Savings Bank has pledged to donate $75,000 to the Build the Way Home Capital Campaign. The Build the Way Home Capital Campaign will support construction of a road that will circle the Household Goods building improving traffic flow; add an additional 4,000 square feet of building space; and create […]
Household Goods announces a Matching Gift Challenge as part of the Build the Way Home project to support much-needed improvements to the building and site where donations are received and people in need come to receive free furniture and goods. As part of an overall $2 million Capital Campaign, the Matching Gift Challenge will run until […]
Household Goods is thrilled to be driving a new box truck thanks to a Jean Wood Preston Grant from First Parish in Lincoln and a grant from the Agnes M. Lindsay Trust. These grants allowed us to replace an aging vehicle with a safer, more reliable truck that will have lower operating costs. In order to […]
Household Goods recently received a $500,000 gift from The Manton Foundation towards its Build the Way Home Capital Campaign. The $2M Capital Campaign will make it possible for Household Goods to greatly improve service to donors, volunteers, and people in need who are seeking help to make a home. Specifically, the campaign will fund construction […]
It happened here! WBZ-CBS Boston reporter Kate Merrill was at Household Goods to tape a segment for her feature It Happens Here. The segment aired on Friday.