We have a standing invitation to workers from our referring agencies to come in for a tour and updates on the process of connecting their clients to Household Goods. Recently we welcomed 13 workers from a variety of programs at Community Teamwork in Lowell. Tracy Looney of CTI’s HeadStart program coordinated the visit. After the […]
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Thank you to David Souza and Inova Professional Cleaning Services, Inc. for your generous gift of professionally cleaning our entire showroom floor. Thanks also to all the volunteers who moved furniture to prep the space for this enormous task. We all all so grateful.
A giant-sized “thank you” to Gentle Giant Moving Company of Acton for sending Nick, Rolan, John, and Jay to Household Goods to help with some heavy-duty moving.
Mark’s Moving & Storage, Inc. Mattress Magic to the rescue! Our mattress room was empty, but client needs were high for mattresses this week. Thanks to Mark’s Moving & Storage, Inc., dozens of people in need will be sleeping more soundly for the holidays and beyond – with visions of sugarplums, perhaps.
Thank you to the many supporters who took advantage of our recent matching gift challenge to make a donation to Household Goods. Together, we reached the goal, and the Edna M. Story Trust will generously match $25,000 in Annual Appeal donations made to Household Goods. Your generosity will help make a home for hundreds of families […]
Double your impact! All annual appeal donations made to Household Goods from now until Giving Tuesday (November 27th) will be matched up to $25,000 through a challenge grant from the Edna M. Story Trust. Edna Story, an early long-term volunteer, passed away on November 14, 2017. As trustee of the Edna M. Story Trust, Edna’s […]
CPR Training at Household Goods. Thank you to the Stow Community Chest and the Acton Boxborough United Way for funding CPR, AED and First Aid Training for our staff and 18 key volunteers. Thank you to the Acton Professional Firefighters Local 1904 for training us.
Thank you Clean Out Your House, Inc and Buy & Consign for delivering the truck load of mattresses today. With hundreds of homes to furnish, mattresses are always in high demand. Thank you!
On Saturday, we had an energetic group of students from the Brandeis Habitat for Humanity helping out on this rainy day at Household Goods. They vacuumed furniture and rugs, tested appliances and helped get our showroom ready for clients to shop this afternoon. Thank you for helping our clients make a home!