Community Warehouse

The mission of Community Warehouse is to help vulnerable populations improve the quality of their lives and become self-sufficient by providing them with basic household furnishings. We collect gently used donated furniture and household items and work in partnership with over 100 local social services agencies to distribute these basic necessities for creating a home and stabilizing lives to individuals and families in need. We value sustainability, transparency, preserving the dignity of everyone we work with, and providing services in a timely and cost effective manner. We serve over 8,000 families every year.

Excited to redesign our Warehouse

Excited to redesign our Warehouse
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Named one of the 100 best nonprofits in Portland

Named one of the 100 best nonprofits in Portland
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Even superheros need pots!

Even superheros need pots!
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Most families served in a month - hooray!

Most families served in a month - hooray!
Photo from Progress Report 'An eventful summer' (view small | med | large | orig)

CHAIR AFFAIR 2015

CHAIR AFFAIR 2015
Photo from Progress Report 'It comes down to dignity.' (view small | med | large | orig)

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