Realtors Unique Opportunity to Make Houses Homes

Realtors: Key Advisors to Clients Making Big Moves

Realtors serve as trusted advisors to clients in the process of major change. Whether the move is an upgrade, downsize or consolidation of multiple households, the realtor is there helping with decisions about how to stage for sale and how to evaluate the space and decor in a prospective home. In those moments, clients may be overwhelmed or frustrated with sorting out what to do with their furniture that may now be too much or just no longer right for them. We can help you help them!

Hard Decisions, Easy Solution

It can be hard to decide to let go of some furniture items, but knowing where it’s going sometimes eases that part of the process. It’s going to change someone’s life!

One in three Cincinnatians lives below the poverty line, and Cincinnati has one of the highest child poverty rates in the Country. When families overcoming homelessness, domestic abuse, extreme poverty or other devastating circumstances do get housing, they often have nothing to put in it and can’t afford to buy furniture.

Your Clients Can Help by Donating Gently-Used* Furniture

The good news is that we make the solution easy for everyone. All it takes is a phone call from your clients to us. We’ll pick up the furniture donations from their homes, and then we deliver it to furnish the homes of those families in need. That’s it.

*Must be free of any stains, rips, or tears.

More Details on Needed Donations

FURNITURE

Clean mattresses, box springs, and frames

Nightstands, dressers, small desks, chairs, end tables, coffee tables, small sofas, recliners

Table/floor lamps, trash cans, towels, linens, toiletries (unused)

Small appliances (microwaves, coffee makers, toasters), dishes, silverware, cookware, utensils

Donate Furniture Now or Get More Info

More Information

New Life Furniture Bank is a faith-based non-profit located in Blue Ash, Ohio, serving the Greater Cincinnati area.  Originally a small ministry of Milford First United Methodist Church founded in 2006, the organization gained 501(C)3 status in 2009. Now, New Life Furniture Bank remains the region’s only nationally-registered furniture bank, partnering with over 35 social service agencies to help end the cycle of homelessness.