Furniture and Household Items Assistance

For low-income families, veterans and individuals in Massachusetts

Every year Household Goods fulfills the requests of hundreds of human service organizations in Massachusetts to help their clients fill empty living spaces with the items they need most to make a home. In 2015, a total of more than 55,000 donated items found a new individual or family to use and appreciate them.

If you are an agency that works with veterans, recently homeless, low-income families or others and are looking for places that help with furniture, please read more about our furniture assistance program here, or contact us here with your questions. We serve clients from Boston to Worcester, including those living on the North Shore, South Shore, and MetroWest.

Here are just a few of the 330 programs that we work with. They are:

Helping those recently homeless

  • Action for Boston Community Development
  • Community Teamwork, Inc.
  • Lowell Transitional Living Center
  • Pine Street Inn
  • HomeStart
  • Rosie’s Place

Helping Veterans

  • New England Center for Homeless Veterans
  • VA Medical Centers in Bedford, Boston, Brockton, Fitchburg and Worcester
  • VA Outpatient Programs
  • VA Supportive Housing Programs
  • Veterans, Inc.

Helping those fleeing domestic violence

  • REACH Beyond Domestic Violence
  • GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project
  • Leominster Police Dept. – Domestic Violence Unit

Helping children, youth or elderly in need of services

  • Councils on Aging
  • Children’s Services of Roxbury
  • Massachusetts Department of Children and Families
  • The Home for Little Wanderers
  • Public Schools
  • Room to Grow

Helping those living with disability or illness

  • Health Leads
  • Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Boston Medical Center
  • Community Health Centers
  • AIDS Action Committee
  • Genesis Club

Helping families trying to get by on minimum wage

  • Housing Authorities
  • Food Pantries
  • Houses of Worship
  • RCAP Solutions
  • Montachusett Opportunity Council