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‘Resources for realtors: how to care for your clients & the environment’ Guest blog post by Kathy & Lauren Gordon, The Gordons What benefits your clients is key! Preparing them for the sale of their...

‘5 Tips on Keeping Yourself (and your home) Organized for Spring Cleaning’ Guest  post by Rachael Kalinsky, Order in the House Although it may just start feeling like it, winter 2016 is a thing of the...

‘5 Tips to Help your parents move out of their longtime home’ Guest post by Laurie Bell, Founder and Managing Director of Moving Seniors with a Smile Start early: Whenever I am asked to share...

Strolling through the sofa section of a furniture store can be an overwhelming experience with a seemingly endless variety of shapes, colours, and sizes. If you’re in the market to buy a new sofa, here...

Guest blog post by Andrea Dodd, Organize Once. So you think you need to downsize? Let’s face it, we all could use a bit of downsizing in our life. As I write this I am...

‘Decluttering Your Home for Better Day to Day Living’ Guest blog post by Katherine Oaks, Modernize We’ve all dealt with those moments where we simply can’t believe how things have piled up so high—in corners,...

At Furniture Bank we like using our blog as a forum to answer questions we get from the community about donating furniture. Two questions we’ve recently encountered are: Who are the clients Furniture Bank supports?...

Guest Blog Post by Matthew Siwiec, The Friendly Financial Coach Making charitable donations is a really admirable and noble act. Most of us give for altruistic reasons; we want to do our part to help...

There are over six million people in the Toronto Census Metropolitan area, according to Statistics Canada. That’s a lot of homes of all shapes, sizes and structures, and a lot of furniture filling those homes....

Furniture Bank began in 1998 with the belief that a sense of pride, comfort, and security – in short, a sense of home – are critical ingredients for people to transition out of lives of...

Guest Blog Post by Lena, Furniture Bank Volunteer and Downsizing Guru Have you ever had to replace your old kitchen utensils and appliances? Disposing of your old kitchen items can be an overwhelming task, given...

Furniture Bank accepts donations of gently used furniture and household items to help furnish homes of individuals and families transitioning out of homelessness and displacement. We accept most types of household furniture including soft items...

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