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Programs that pay for or provide new or secondhand sofas, chairs, tables, beds, dressers and other necessary home furnishings.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Army Emergency ReliefArmy Emergency Relief (AER) is a non-profit, charitable organization independent of, but closely associated with the United States Army. Army Emergency Relief helps US Army soldiers and their dependents, by providing emergency aid, in the form of either a direct grant (a cash gift, not to be repaid) or an interest-free loan, and by giving college scholarships to children of soldiers. Under Army regulations, officers must recommend whether their soldiers deserve aid. Emergency Aid Help with emergency financial needs for:
  • Rent/Mortgage
  • Vehicle repair
  • Emergency travel
  • Utilities/Deposits
  • Funeral expenses
  • Food
  • Non-receipt of pay
  • Relocation travel
  • Dependant dental
  • Medical expenses
  • Repair/Replacement of HVAC
  • Repair/Replacement of major appliances
  • Replacement vehicle
  • Loss of funds
  • Cranial helmets
  • Essential furniture
  • Car seats
  • Rental vehicle
Loans up to $1000 do not require command recommendation, and there is no limit to the amount of funds Army Emergency Relief may authorize. Officers are responsible for ensuring that their soldiers repay AER loans. Scholarships Army Emergency Relief maintains two scholarship programs – the Spouse Education Assistance Program and the MG James Ursano Scholarship Program for dependent children. Both scholarships provide financial assistance for students who are pursuing their first undergraduate degree. Scholarship applications are accepted from 1 January to 1 May each year for assistance for the following academic year. Scholarship award amounts are not guaranteed and vary each year based on the total number of applicants in each program and budget amount allotted to the scholarship programs. Visit website for additional information.
Army Emergency ReliefArmy Emergency Relief
Carlisle Barracks Thrift ShopProvides clothing, furniture, appliances, toys, and household items at low cost.CumberlandCarlisle Barracks Thrift ShopCarlisle Barracks Thrift Shop
Christian Layman Corp Thrift Store Furniture AssistanceProvides inexpensive furniture to low income residents of Westmoreland, Indiana, Fayette and Armstrong counties.WestmorelandChristian Layman Corp Thrift StoreChristian Layman Corp Thrift Store
Compassion CenterLow-cost clothing, furniture, bedding, linens, toys, books & other merchandise for sale. Offers free clothing Thursdays at 10 am when we have chapel services. Must attend chapel service to get clothing. Two complete outfits, 1 pair of shoes, 1 coat as needed per season, undergarments (if available). May receive clothes ever 30 days. YorkLutheran Mission SocietyLutheran Mission Society
Emergency Needs FundSocial service agencies and case managers may request store cards, to be used at any Goodwill of SWPA store in PA and WV, for their clients with emergency needs.AlleghenyGoodwill of Southwestern PA Thrift StoresGoodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Faithworks MinistryFood, diapers, furniture, etc. distributed to those in need.PerryDuncannon Otterbein United Methodist ChurchDuncannon Otterbein United Methodist Church
First Step Recovery Homes, Inc - Phoenix FurnishingsPhoenix works with the Veterans Leadership Program to provide three rooms of furniture to disabled veterans. Furniture is also provided and delivered at a minimal cost to those in need in the community. Donations of appliances and furniture are appreciated. Pickup is provided for those who have articles to donate to the program.AlleghenyFirst Step Recovery Homes - Phoenix FurnishingFirst Step Recovery Homes, Inc.
Furniture BankFriends of the Poor coordinates a furniture bank. Donations of furniture are received and sorted and made available for distribution.LackawannaFriends of the PoorFriends of the Poor
Furniture MinistryWe receive used furniture (sofas, beds, dressers, tables, chairs and more) and hand it out to those in need of furnishings.FranklinSt Paul United Methodist Church - ChambersburgSt Paul United Methodist Church - Chambersburg
Goodwill of Southwestern PA Centre Avenue Thrift StoreOffers clothing, household goods, furniture, small appliances, and a limited amount of baby furniture.AlleghenyGoodwill of Southwestern PA Thrift StoresGoodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Goodwill of Southwestern PA Cheswick Thrift StoreOffers clothing, household goods, furniture, small appliances, and a limited amount of baby furniture.AlleghenyGoodwill of Southwestern PA Thrift StoresGoodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Goodwill of Southwestern PA Gibsonia Thrift StoreOffers clothing, household goods, furniture, small appliances, and a limited amount of baby furniture.AlleghenyGoodwill of Southwestern PA Thrift StoresGoodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Goodwill of Southwestern PA Lawrenceville Thrift StoreOffers clothing, household goods, furniture, small appliances, and a limited amount of baby furniture.AlleghenyGoodwill of Southwestern PA Thrift StoresGoodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Goodwill of Southwestern PA Monroeville Thrift StoreOffers clothing, household goods, furniture, small appliances, and a limited amount of baby furniture.AlleghenyGoodwill of Southwestern PA Thrift StoresGoodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Goodwill of Southwestern PA North Hills StoreProvides clothing, a large supply of shoes and purses for women and furniture selections.AlleghenyGoodwill of Southwestern PA Thrift StoresGoodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Goodwill of Southwestern PA North Side Thrift StoreOffers clothing, household goods, furniture, small appliances, and a limited amount of baby furniture.AlleghenyGoodwill of Southwestern PA Thrift StoresGoodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Goodwill of Southwestern PA Whitehall Thrift StoreOffers clothing, household goods, furniture, small appliances, and a limited amount of baby furniture.AlleghenyGoodwill of Southwestern PA Thrift StoresGoodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Helping Hands BoutiqueGently used items, including clothing, furniture, appliances, and tools are made available for sale. All proceeds from the thrift shop assist in supporting the two shelters.FranklinWaynesboro New Hope ShelterWaynesboro New Hope Shelter
House at BethanyA faith-based mission and outreach center offering clothing, shoes, housewares and other items at a very low cost.AlleghenyHouse at BethanyHouse at Bethany
Interfaith Human Services - Donated Furniture Distributionreceives and distributes donated furniture and appliancesCentreInterfaith Human Services - ProgramInterfaith Human Services
Material Support ServicesWe offer the following Material Support Services free to our clients. Earn-a-Crib Program - After completing just 6 sessions, you are eligible to receive a new or gently used crib. Topics are focused on your greatest needs at this time in your life and include lessons from "The Me I See" workbook. Free Diapers - We can provide you with an emergency dozen of diapers when you find yourself in a pinch. Free Clothing - We offer maternity clothing and children's clothing from infant to 12 month. We rely totally on donations given by generous folks in our community. Newborn Baby Layettes - Available to clients who have visited our center during their pregnancy. Note: Our free material support services are available thanks to donations from caring people in our community. Some donations include: Strollers, Infant Swings, High Chairs, Playpens, & Infant Toys. If we have an item you need, we would be delighted to help you meet that need. CumberlandCapital Area Pregnancy CentersCapital Area Pregnancy Centers
New Hope Shelter Thrift ShopGently used items, including clothing, furniture, appliances, and tools are made available for sale. All proceeds from the thrift shop assist in supporting the two shelters.FranklinWaynesboro New Hope ShelterWaynesboro New Hope Shelter
New Life Thrift ShopWhether you are looking for a new outfit, a unique vintage find, or a great bargain, there’s something for everyone at our Thrift Shop! Our MCC Thrift Shop provides quality thrift items at reasonable prices and strives to be a caring, friendly presence in our community. By shopping with us, you are supporting the local economy, keeping items out of landfills, and by helping to meet basic human needs and work for peace and justice globally through Mennonite Central Committee.FranklinNew Life Thrift ShopNew Life Thrift Shop
Operation Homefront of PA, DE & NJProvides direct services to alleviate a military family's or individual's actual/complete emergency financial burden, as well as counseling and/or recovery support. Emergency financial assistance is in the form of checks paid directly to mortgage lenders, auto mechanics, contractors, hospitals, doctors, dentists and other providers. Other emergency funding assistance, which an applicant receives within 24 to 72 hours, includes the following: - Financial assistance - Emergency food - Emergency home repairs - Critical baby items: formula, food and diapers - Home and appliance repair - Furniture and household items - Local moving assistance - Community events - Wounded Warrior Transitional Family Housing Operation Homefront of PA, DE & NJOperation Homefront
Paintin' LivelyA community based program where people ages 14-19 are paired with a professional artist to build self-esteem as they utilize innate and learned artisitc skills to refurbish furniture for sale. Students are encouraged to explore their own creativity adn trust their judgement as they paln and execute their designs. Completed pieces are then put up for sale through local businesses, with the profits going back to the student.DauphinJump StreetJump Street
Prince of Peace Center - Mission Thrift StoreThrift Store available to help the community by providing free or reduced-priced items to those in need. The store is stocked with clothing, furniture, appliances,and other items donated by members of our community for the purpose of improving the lives of their neighbors.MercerEmergency ServicesPrince of Peace Center
Samaritan FellowshipEmergency financial assistance through payment to vendor for shelter,utility assistance,fuel,and medications. In addition, this agency provides auto repairs,and more. Applications are filed and recipients are interviewed Saturday mornings between 8:00-10:00 am.CumberlandSamaritan FellowshipSamaritan Fellowship
St. Francis University Dorothy Day Outreach Center Furniture BankFurniture bank.CambriaSt. Francis University Dorothy Day Outreach CenterSaint Francis University
St. Vincent de Paul Society, Pittsburgh - Castle Shannon Thrift StoreA thrift store that sells clothing, furniture and household goods.AlleghenyThrift StoresSociety of St. Vincent de Paul - Council of Pittsburgh
St. Vincent de Paul Society, Pittsburgh - Coraopolis Thrift StoreA thrift store that sells clothing, furniture and household goods. Donations of upholstered furniture (sofas, loveseats, etc.) can be gently used or new and should be clean; free of rips, tears, pet hair, stains; and not missing any cushions or legs. Donations can be dropped off at any of our store locations during regular store hours.AlleghenyThrift StoresSociety of St. Vincent de Paul - Council of Pittsburgh
St. Vincent de Paul Society, Pittsburgh - Monroeville Thrift StoreA thrift store that sells clothing, furniture and household goods.AlleghenyThrift StoresSociety of St. Vincent de Paul - Council of Pittsburgh
St. Vincent de Paul Society, Pittsburgh - Penn Hills Thrift StoreA thrift store that sells clothing, furniture and renovated mattresses, box springs, and bed frames. Donations of upholstered furniture (sofas, loveseats, etc.) can be gently used or new and should be clean; free of rips, tears, pet hair, stains; and not missing any cushions or legs. Donations can be dropped off at any of our store locations during regular store hours.AlleghenyThrift StoresSociety of St. Vincent de Paul - Council of Pittsburgh
St. Vincent de Paul Society, Pittsburgh - Sharpsburg Thrift StoreA thrift store that sells clothing, furniture and household goods. Donations of upholstered furniture (sofas, loveseats, etc.) can be gently used or new and should be clean; free of rips, tears, pet hair, stains; and not missing any cushions or legs. Donations can be dropped off at any of our store locations during regular store hours.AlleghenyThrift StoresSociety of St. Vincent de Paul - Council of Pittsburgh
St. Vincent de Paul Tangible AidHelps individuals and families with one-time needs and tangible assistance. Assistance may include but is not limited to food, clothing, furniture, rent, bus passes, medicine, and utility assistance. May be able to provide clothing vouchers to be used at stores for school clothing including school uniforms.AlleghenySt. Vincent de Paul Tangible AssistanceSociety of St. Vincent de Paul - Council of Pittsburgh
St. Vincent DePaul Thrift StoreProvides discount clothing, furniture, and household items.WestmorelandSaint Vincent DePaul ProgramsCatholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg PA
The Treasure Chest Thrift StoreThis unique Thrift Shop offers the resale of donated clothing, accessories, household items, small furniture (no upholstery), collectibles, antiques, games, and decorating items. All proceeds benefit the residents and employees of the Menno Haven communities thanks to the Menno Haven Auxiliary.FranklinBrookview at Menno HavenMenno Haven, Inc.
Thrift StoreSale of various used items at a reduced rate; clothes, furniture, baby clothes, shoes, etc.YorkSalvation Army Thrift StoreYork County - Salvation Army
Tiger Pause Youth Ministry - Work 4 StuffGives families who have furniture/appliances they don't use or want the ability to have items removed by Tiger Pause youth for which the families receive a tax deduction. Learn job skills, such as moving and storage, record/receipt keeping and customer service. Families in need will receive the items by working to improve their community through Tiger Pause work projects, or buy items for a reduced price while maintaining their dignity and self-sufficiency.BeaverTiger Pause Youth MinistryTiger Pause Youth Ministry
Transitional Life Skillshelps those who are homeless access needed services and supports.: showers, lockers, laundry facilities and daily meals for those who are living in shelters or on the street. For those who have newly moved from homelessness into an apartment, ASRS can help furnish their apartment and provide food and support services to help ensure their new living arrangements are successful. DauphinHarrisburg Social and Psych Rehabilitation CenterAurora Social Rehabilitation Services
United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: General Assistance ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. General Assistance may be provided when unexpected events or expenses cause a serious financial burden and financial need is demonstrated. CGMA General Assistance differs from CGMA Emergency Assistance because the qualifying circumstance does not immediately endanger personal well being or require urgent help. Certain eligibility and assistance restrictions apply, and are outlined in the CGMA Manual. Examples of Authorized General Assistance:
  • Adoption,
  • Child Support,
  • Childcare,
  • Family In-Home Day-care Facility,
  • Financial Counseling,
  • Government Travel Cards,
  • Household Furnishings,
  • Immigration Fees,
  • Insurance,
  • Loss of Income,
  • Moving Expenses,
  • Non-Emergency Travel,
  • Non-Support/Inadequate Support,
  • Past Due Bills and Expenses,
  • Pay, Travel & Allotment Problems,
  • Vehicle Repair,
  • Vehicle Other Expenses.
United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
Washington City Mission - Hidden Treasures CanonsburgOffers clothing and furniture for a reduced cost or free if certain eligibility requirements are met.WashingtonHidden Treasure StoresWashington City Mission
Washington City Mission - Hidden Treasures MonongahelaOffers clothing and furniture for a reduced cost or free if certain eligibility requirements are met.WashingtonHidden Treasure StoresWashington City Mission
Washington City Mission - Hidden Treasures WashingtonOffers clothing and furniture for a reduced cost or free if certain eligibility requirements are met.WashingtonHidden Treasure StoresWashington City Mission
Who's Your Brother - Furnish for FreePromotes the re-use of gently used items by giving these items to neighbors in need. Collects furniture from families who value sustainability and the opportunity to be a help to others. AlleghenyWho's Your BrotherWho's Your Brother?
York Free StoreOffers a variety of free items in a yard sale style giveaway. Those items may include: Clothing, belts, hats, gloves, scarves, shoes, accessories Electronics Small appliances Kitchen items and housewares Bedding Children's toys, books, games Small furniture items Sporting equipment **Special requests for items can be made and every attempt is made to fill those needs. Representatives from Safelink Wireless and other community resources are regularly on site and available to provide information and offer assistance. Donations are accepted starting at 9am on the fourth Saturday of every month.YorkYork Free StoreYork Free Store

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