1,952 Beds Provided
3,812 Families Served
517 Veterans Served
We are the only furniture bank south of Tualitin and north of Sacramento. Furniture Share is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1998, in Corvallis to serve the greater Willamette Valley.
We accept furniture and household-item donations from the community and distribute them back to residents in need. All donations must pass a health and safety inspection to ensure no additional hardship on our clients from broken or contaminated items.
Clients are referred from 100+ local government, veteran, religious, and nonprofit organizations. These individuals live across the Willamette Valley, but the majority are residents of Corvallis and Albany.
With a fully funded $400,000 annual budget, we can support the needs of more than 5,000 individuals referred to us every year!
Learn more about Furniture Share's programs:
Michelle Robinson -
Michelle has been leading the Furniture Share team since 2007. She is originally from Texas and now calls Albany her home. She has three children and 3 grandchildren. In her free, time she loves to spend time with her four dogs, gardening, and camping. What she likes most about working at Furniture Share is the fact we make houses into homes by providing beds for kids and furniture to those in need.
- Executive Assistant
Ashley has been a part of the Furniture Share team for since 2019. She was born and raised in Texas but now lives in Albany. She is mom to two boys. She enjoys traveling, crafting, and loves all things Disney. What she loves most about Furniture Share is making a positive difference in peoples lives by providing them with the furniture that they need.
Drew Smythe - Development Coordinator
Drew joined furniture share in 2022. He was raised in Las Vegas, Nevada but now resides in Lebanon. He is the proud owner of his Shiba Inu Chops. In his downtime, he loves to hike, float the river, and is a huge fan of the San Francisco 49ers. What he loves most about working at Furniture Share is being involved in the community like volunteering with the Optimist Club and various other nonprofits.
Robert Rogers - Warehouse Manager
Robert has been with Furniture Share since 2010. He was born in Michigan but now resides in Philomath. He is the father of five children, and in his spare time he loves to go camping. His favorite thing about working at Furniture Share is giving Beds to Kids.
Robert Sheasky - Warehouse Assistant
Robert is the newest member of the Furniture Share team. He was born in Bend but currently resides in Corvallis. He loves watching movies, hiking, and spending time with shepsky Remi. His favorite thing about Furniture Share is helping those in need.
President - John Origer, Apex Property Clearing & Recycling
Vice President - Gamael Nassar, G & Jenny Insurance Group
Furniture Share's ability to serve the community relies on the generosity and active participation of the local businesses and individuals. We are a 501(c)(3) organiztion. We appreciate any way you can help.
Drop off furniture and houseware donations or arrange a pickup.
Most of our events and fundraisers are entirely staffed by volunteers.
One time and reoccuring donations are critical to our operation.
Contribute and get noticed to help bring customers to your business.
Furniture Share's Wildfire Relief program is designed to provide support and resources to individuals and families impacted by wildfires. This program aims to address the devastating effects of wildfires, which can cause the loss of homes, possessions, and even lives.
The Wildfire Relief program offers a range of support services, including furniture and household items, food assistance, and emotional support. Furniture Share works closely with local nonprofits, emergency services, and social service agencies to identify and prioritize families who have been impacted by wildfires and are in need of assistance.
Through this program, Furniture Share provides families with essential items such as beds, couches, dining tables, and other furniture to help them rebuild their homes and lives. The program also offers food assistance in the form of healthy food boxes distributed in our daily deliveries or available for pickup. We assist in many areas that may arise in the aftermath of a wildfire.
Donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations fund the program, allowing Furniture Share to provide these essential resources to families in the Willamette Valley. Overall, Furniture Share's Wildfire Relief program is an important initiative that provides critical support to individuals and families impacted by wildfires, helping them rebuild their homes and lives in the wake of a natural disaster.
Veterans Welcome Home Kits
This description will be updated soon.
Furniture Share's BEDS for KIDS program is a community initiative designed to provide comfortable and safe sleeping arrangements for children in need. This program aims to address the growing problem of child homelessness and poverty by providing beds and bed sets to families who cannot afford them.
The BEDS for KIDS program offers a variety of bed sizes, including twin, full, queen, and bunk beds, to accommodate children of all ages and living situations. Each bed comes with a mattress and bedding set, ensuring that children have a comfortable and hygienic sleeping environment.
In addition to providing beds, the program also offers dining tables to eat healthy meals together and home office items to help families improve their ability to work or study from home. This empowers families to manage their finances more effectively, which can ultimately help them break the cycle of poverty and homelessness.
Furniture Share works closely with local nonprofits, schools, and social service agencies to identify families in need of beds and household items. Donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations fund the program, allowing Furniture Share to provide these essential resources to families in need.
Overall, Furniture Share's BEDS for KIDS program is an important initiative that helps provide a basic need for children who might otherwise go without a comfortable and safe place to sleep.
Furniture Share's Feeding Our Future Program provides healthy food boxes to families and individuals in need. Food boxes filled with healthy fruits, vegetables, and meats are available for delivery or a scheduled pick-up. We also provide dining tables with chairs, simple recipes with 5 items or less, conversational starter tips to encourage healthy meals, and easy mealtime steps to improve health and family conversations.
Many parents want to connect with their children but don't know how, so we are giving them this tool that will help them talk and be engaged with their children during mealtimes. These conversation starters are open-ended questions to get their children talking. Young children who participate in family meals have increased vocabulary and reading skills. This project is designed to improve health, education, and family stability along with a better performance at school, the workplace, and the community.
This project helps to increase healthier eating habits, helps give children the ability to do well in school, and increases vocabulary. In addition to these outcomes, teenagers who eat dinner with their parents frequently are less likely to smoke cigarettes or marijuana and less likely to consume alcohol.
Families in need of receiving food boxes, dinner tables, and beds can be referred through other partnering agencies such as Human Services, Parent Enhancement Program, Domestic Violence, and Homeless shelters. Furniture Share partners with many social service agencies to help families and individuals reach their goal of becoming self-sufficient.
Furniture Share's Domestic Violence Program addresses the issue of domestic violence within our communities. The program focuses on providing essential housing needs for individuals and families who have been affected by domestic violence.
The program provides compassionate and confidential support to help individuals and families navigate the complex and often overwhelming process of leaving an abusive relationship. The program also works closely with local law enforcement, courts, and social service agencies to ensure that individuals and families have access to the resources they need to stay safe and rebuild their lives.
Furniture Share's Domestic Violence Program recognizes that domestic violence is a widespread problem that affects people of all ages, races, genders, and socioeconomic backgrounds. The program is committed to providing inclusive and culturally sensitive services that address the unique needs of each individual.
By providing a range of support, including a home filled with furniture and access to healthy food options, the program helps victims of domestic violence reclaim their lives, rebuild their self-esteem, and live free from violence and fear.