Interfaith Furnishings


Donate furniture, time, or money to neighbors in need.

(Serving Morris County, New Jersey)

 

Donation Options


Our next pick-up and delivery date is Saturday, August 19, 2017.


To donate furniture, click here.

For eligible towns, click here.

You may also call us at:

(973) 361-1666


To volunteer, e-mail us at:

info@interfaithfurnishings.org


To make a financial contribution of any amount via PayPal, click below:





(A $35 donation pays for a furniture delivery to one family.)

For all other matters, call:

(973) 361-1666

 

Our Mission

To Donate Furniture: Donations are strictly limited to: medium-sized furniture, such as sofas, love seats, chairs, end tables, coffee tables, dinette sets, and bookcases. No trundle beds, no convertible beds, no white upholstered furniture, no entertainment centers, no oversized desks, no mirrors, no furniture with glass, no electronics, no appliances, and no household goods. We reserve the right to refuse furniture. The IRS requires that donations be in good condition to be tax-deductible. A monetary donation of $20 is requested. The donation is requested solely to offset truck rentals, gasoline, and lunch for our volunteers.


To Donate: Click here.

To Volunteer: E-mail us at info@interfaithfurnishings.org.

For Social Service Agency Requests: Call 973-361-1666 to set up an account.


Our Thanks: Due to your generosity of spirit, we intend to continue serving the needy, to provide a service to the community and the environment, and to create true interfaith participation that benefits all involved - and served.

How You Can Donate Furniture, Volunteer

© 2015 Interfaith Furnishings • For webmaster, contact: info@interfaithfurnishings.org

Interfaith Furnishings provides home furnishings for those in need by accepting furniture donations from the community at large. We are a non-profit service, located in Randolph, New Jersey, and we serve specific towns in Morris County, exclusively.


Our Measurable Result: Specifically, 1,345 of our neighbors in need have been furnished thus far.