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Spring Break with Copper Penny Flowers

On March 27, 30 people gathered to take part in a virtual flower-arranging class presented by Copper Penny Flowers, a Concord-based ...
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As Seen on Chronicle…

"In Acton, you will find Household Goods. What was once a small operation from Barbara and Ira Smith's carport, has ...
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Volunteers Needed Now – Current Job Board

Current Job BoardWe have many volunteer jobs to fill right now!Drive our Trucks Many days and times available. Drive our trucks to ...
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Remembering Mark Sigman

We are sad to share news of the death of Marcel “Mark” Sigman, one of Household Goods' very first full-time, ...
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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Residents from Concord’s Elm Park neighborhood recently came together to fill a truck with furniture and household items to donate to ...
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Pivoting during the Pandemic

Household Goods helps those in need create a home. In the time of the pandemic, we have pivoted to an ...
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Household Goods Town Hall

During our first interactive Zoom Town Hall, Household Goods Executive Director, Sharon Martens, and President of the Board of Directors, ...
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A New Truck in Town

Household Goods is thrilled to be driving a new box truck thanks to a Jean Wood Preston Grant from First ...
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It Happens Here: The Acton Charity That Helps Turn Houses Into Homes

It happened here! WBZ-CBS Boston reporter Kate Merrill was at Household Goods to tape a segment for her feature It ...
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Your Extra Is Someone’s Only – A Month of Clutter Challenges from the Clutter Queen and Household Goods

The average U.S. household has 300,000 items, from pencils to ironing boards. Do we need all of the stuff we ...
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