|Agape Community Services - Furniture Bank||Furniture distribution dependent upon needs and item availability. Furniture may be offered free of charge, or at a nominal cost.||Clearfield||Agape Community Services||Agape Community Services|
|Charitable Deeds and Services - Clothing and Furniture Giveaway||Serves people seeking clothing, furniture and other items.
Also, looking for volunteers to help on distribution days as well as looking for someone to help pick up furniture.||Clarion||Charitable Deeds and Services||Charitable Deeds and Services|
|Christian Layman Corps Veterans Program||Aids Westmoreland County homeless veterans identified through the Homeless Veterans Program. Eligible veterans receive clothing, household goods, and furniture. New small appliances are also provided.||Westmoreland||Christian Layman Corps||Christian Layman Corps|
|Faithworks Ministry||Food, diapers, furniture, etc. distributed to those in need.||Perry||Duncannon Otterbein United Methodist Church||Duncannon Otterbein United Methodist Church|
|Ferris Wheel Clothing Bank||Provides clothes, shoes, household items, small furniture, toys, and children's books.||Lancaster||Ferris Wheel Cothing Bank||Ferris Wheel Clothing Bank|
|Furniture Bank - Catherine McAuley Center||A resource provided to the homeless women and children who come to the Catherine McAuley Center in search of a new beginning. Used furniture in good condition, along with household items, are provided at no cost to women enrolled in the Center’s programs, as they move back into safe, decent, and affordable housing. The Furniture Bank includes bedding, kitchen sets, dishes, rugs, and appliances as well as furniture, all generously donated by individuals and organizations in the community. A van is available through the Center to pick up donated furniture; however, it is necessary to contact the Furniture Coordinator in advance at 570-342-1342 to schedule an appropriate time for pickup and delivery.||Lackawanna||Catherine McAuley Center||Catherine McAuley Center|
|Furniture Bank - Friends of the Poor||Friends of the Poor coordinates a furniture bank. Donations of furniture are received and sorted and made available for distribution.||Lackawanna||Friends of the Poor||Friends of the Poor|
|Furniture Ministry||We receive used furniture (sofas, beds, dressers, tables, chairs and more) and hand it out to those in need of furnishings.||Franklin||St Paul United Methodist Church - Chambersburg||St Paul United Methodist Church - Chambersburg|
|Join Hands Ministry||- "Where to turn" referrals
- Limited direct financial assistance
- Financial planning
- Emergency heat response
- Automobile repair
- Furniture/household items/appliances/clothing/toiletries, etc
- Back to school and holiday assistance
- Guidance / Direct one-on-one mentoring
- Links to faith based counseling and Connect to community and church affiliation
- Life skill support
- Coordinate Medical transportation
- Volunteer opportunities||Perry||Join Hands Ministry||Join Hands Ministry|
|Lehigh Valley Outreach Depot||The depot support those who have lost or are displaced from their homes, due to flood, hurricane, abuse, or other disaster/catastrophe and need to replace essential items. Goods distributed include household furniture, small appliances and disaster relief kits - health, school, layette, birthing and sewing kits and cleaning buckets.
Donations of furniture and household goods are accepted and can be dropped off on Tuesday or Saturday during regular hours of operation. Truck pickup can also be arranged.||Lehigh||Lehigh Valley Outreach Depot||Lehigh Valley Outreach Depot|
|Love Inc of Bedford County Household Goods||Assistance with household goods.||Bedford||LOVE Inc. of Bedford County LOVE In the Name of Christ||Love Inc of Bedford County|
|Love In The Name of Christ - Completing Homes||A furniture ministry for those without and those experiencing fire and/or weather related emergencies.||Crawford||Love In Name of Christ of Titusville Area||Love In The Name of Christ of Titusville Area|
|LPCM, Economy Store - York||LifePath's Thrift Store, Economy Store. LifePath’s Thrift Stores are a vital link between the community and our neighbors.
The stores are stocked with merchandise donations from supporters. Those items are then offered free to the public, or to shoppers at bargain prices. All proceeds help provide transformative resources to those who seek our services.||York||LifePath Christian Ministries - Thrift Stores||LifePath Christian Ministries |
|Roads to Freedom - Assistive Technology Services||Provide Assistive Technology Services as an Assistive Technology Resource Center (ATRC). Services include:
Their Technology Lending Library loans devices for free for a trial period of 2 to 8 weeks. Through Pennsylvania’s Telecommunication Device Distribution Program (PIAT), they provide specialized equipment, without charge, to eligible Pennsylvanians with disabilities that impede independent access to telephone services. A New Start provides gently used medical equipment and assistive technology devices to individuals who are unable to obtain what they need through ordinary channels. Their goal is to reutilize home medical equipment and other devices that are sitting around unused, and give the equipment to someone in need.
- Public Awareness
- Training and Technical Assistance
- Acquisition of Assistive Technology Services
- Equipment Reutilization (REEP & A New Start)
- Device Demonstrations
- Assistance with Funding Resources
|Lycoming||Roads to Freedom - Independent Living Program||Roads to Freedom Center for Independent Living of North Central PA|
|Shining Light Thrift Shop||Provides clothing and personal care products for adults and children.
Immediate assistance to fire victims with proof of fire and to individuals residing at approved referral agencies.
All others must make application and possible discounts will be given in one week or less.||Dauphin||Shining Light Thrift Shop||Shining Light Thrift Shop|
|Society of St. Vincent - St. Vincent DePaul Society at Saint Maria Goretti Parish||Provides free furniture, help with utilities, rent and other bills. Referrals to food banks, vouchers for clothing. Services are given only once per year per household.
Only for zip code 15224||Allegheny||Saint Maria Goretti Parish||Society of St. Vincent de Paul - Council of Pittsburgh|
|Son Light House - Household Items Distribution||As donations permit, they distribute household items to those in need who meet the eligibility requirements. They are open every other week. Registered clients can come once per month. Serves the south-east part of Lycoming County; does NOT serve City of Williamsport.||Lycoming||Son Light House - Social Outreach Ministries||Son Light House|
|Square One Community||Provides furniture to those in need.||Clearfield||Square One Community||Square One Community|
|St. Anthony's Center - Furniture and Household Item Distribution||Distribute donated furniture and household goods.||Lycoming||St. Anthony's Center - Social Outreach Ministries||St. Anthony's Center|
|St. Francis University Dorothy Day Outreach Center Furniture Bank||Furniture bank.||Cambria||St. Francis University Dorothy Day Outreach Center||Saint Francis University|
|The Blessing Board - McKeesport||Volunteer organization that gives away household goods to anyone who needs (get rid of "or wants") them, as long as recipients can pick up the items. See agency website for list of potential items available and items needed. Clients must be able to pick up items - no delivery services are available.||Allegheny||The Blessing Board||The Blessing Board|
|The Blessing Board - Oakmont||Volunteer organization that gives away household goods to anyone who needs or wants them, as long as recipients can pick up the items. See agency website for list of potential items available and items needed. Clients must be able to pick up items - no delivery services are available.||Allegheny||The Blessing Board||The Blessing Board|
|The Shepherds House - Furniture Outreach||Furniture outreach for those in need.||Northumberland||Our Lady of Hope - Coal Township||Our Lady of Hope - Coal Township|
|Tiger Pause Youth Ministry - Furniture Bank||Provides affordable household goods and appliances to low-income families. Workers pick-up donated items and safely move and deliver furniture.||Beaver||Tiger Pause Youth Ministry||Tiger Pause Youth Ministry|
|Twice Blessed Home Shoppe||Thrift shop accepts donations of clothing, furniture, household goods (including linens, bedding, towels and washcloths), small appliances in good condition and toys. Will consider giving items to needy families with a letter or phone call from family's caseworker.
Will not accept mattresses, box springs, large appliances and computers. Call or email to arrange truck pick up.||Lehigh||Twice Blessed Home Shoppe||Twice Blessed Home Shoppe|
|Washington City Mission - Hidden Treasures Belle Vernon||Offers clothing and furniture for a reduced cost or free if certain eligibility requirements are met.||Washington||Hidden Treasure Stores||Washington City Mission|
|Washington City Mission - Hidden Treasures Rostraver||Offers clothing and furniture for a reduced cost or free if certain eligibility requirements are met.||Washington||Hidden Treasure Stores||Washington City Mission|
|Whosoever Gospel Mission and Rescue Home Association - Germantown Thrift Shop||Provides free clothing to needy individuals and families, and offers a variety of clothing, furniture and household items at very reasonable prices to families struggling to make ends meet.||Philadelphia||Whosoever Gospel Mission and Rescue Home Association - Philadelphia; East Germantown||Whosoever Gospel Mission and Rescue Home Association |