Volunteer Opportunities

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New Life Furniture Bank

Volunteer Opportunities

You can help a neighbor in need! Sign up to volunteer today!

It takes a team to furnish over 1000 homes in a year. We rely on the help of  local volunteers to get furniture to those who need it. This year, our furniture delivery goal is to fully furnish over 1,500 households, so your time and skills are much needed and appreciated.  If you want to contribute to helping our neighbors in need,  then please consider volunteering with us.

Volunteer in our warehouse by sorting and boxing up housewares items like dishes, cups, cookware and linens, so they are ready to get loaded onto our trucks and delivered to people in our community.

Please call Connie Stalf at 513-313-0530 or email connie.stalf@nlfurniture.org to schedule your volunteering session.

Calling All Woodworkers!

 Our table building program is returning!

We have a woodshop in our warehouse for building essential pieces of furniture like kitchen tables, end tables, book shelves and desks. In the last 3 1/2 years, volunteers have built nearly 1800 furniture pieces, and volunteers are on track to reach their ambitious goal of building 1,000 items this year! You can help! Each piece is skillfully assembled and painted by one of our outstanding volunteers. No experience required. Our expert woodworking leaders will work alongside you or your group.

Schedule yourself or your group here:

Featured Volunteers: Cincinnati Woodworking Club

The Cincinnati Woodworking Club (CWC), founded in 1982, is group of local hobbyists and professionals whose interests encompass all aspects of woodworking. Since 2015, the CWC has been partnering with New Life Furniture Bank and there are many ways that they help with our mission.  Members of the CWC created a small woodshop in our warehouse and developed a prototype, jigs, and assembly templates to create dining room tables, coffee tables and end tables for our clients. Members volunteer their time by cutting the wood for all furniture project and repair furniture that is damaged.  Occasionally, they will repurpose some of the furniture we receive, so that it is more useful to our clients too.  They also lead all table building events for our volunteer groups who assemble the tables. Thank you CWC for all of your time, dedication, and hard work!