What’s your favorite spot on the sofa? Is it the right side where your Dad has made a permanent crater in the cushion? Or is it the left side where you can put your feet up on the ottoman? Your sofa lies at the heart of your home and symbolizes a comfortable safe haven. Can you imagine not having a place to sit on when you need to relax? Some people don’t have the luxury of a comfortable seat. Donate your sofa today to give relaxation and comfort to those that need it most.
Do you remember dorm life? Sharing a 14X14 room and bunk beds with a roommate is a memory that you’ll cherish forever but never want to relive again. College dormitories offer lounges and common areas where students can escape from their sometimes cramped spaces. College dormitories can always use old sofas to provide their students something to relax on.
Contact your local college dorm’s offices for more information on how to donate sofas.
Religious centers are great organizations to contact if you have no idea where to donate. Sofas serve as great additions to common areas and youth group meeting rooms, and are also items that religious organizations can pass on to those in need. Visit your local religious center today to find out where your sofa can find a new home!
Homeless shelters provide a safe, livable space for people that need it the most. These safe havens are often in need of any furniture they can get. In addition, many shelters also support transitional housing for the homeless, which means that they are always looking for furniture to spruce up these apartments. Imagine how happy you can make someone by giving them a warm, comfortable place to relax after all the suffering and hardship they’ve had to endure. Donate your sofa today!
Search homeless shelters in your preferred search engine today to see which you can donate sofas to.
Vince Nava is a 2013 summer marketing intern at Zealous Good, an in-kind donations marketplace in Chicago. You can find Vince on Google+, Twitter at @vincenava or Zealous Good on Facebook and on Twitter at @ZealousGood.