Your used furniture will change a life.

With Furniture Bank your furniture can go from your home to a new home within 72 hours. We are the most socially and environmentally responsible furniture removal solution!​

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Step 1

Generous donors hire our team to come and pick up their gently used furniture or drop it off at our warehouse.

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Step 2

Families in need are referred to us and work with our volunteers to choose their next home furnishings.

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You feel great for making a difference in a family’s life, helping the environment and giving your furniture a second chance. You will also receive a tax receipt for your donation.

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Hire us to remove your furniture!

Your pickup fee allows us to keep doing good in your community. For a comparable price, why pay someone else to take your used furniture to the dump when you could pay us to pick it up, give it to a family in need, do your part to help the environment and give your furniture a second chance!?

  • Competitive pickup rates!
  • No tax! Pay NO HST when you hire Furniture Bank.
  • Support the charity!
  • Rush and weekend furniture removal service available!

A story of generosity, dignity & gratitude

When you give your gently-used furniture to Furniture Bank, you are the start of a chain reaction of kindness and compassion.

Revenues generated from our furniture removal service are reinvested in the charity, allowing us to help even more families escape furniture poverty.

Watch this video to see what it means to a family to receive ‘new’ furnishings for their home and a fresh start in life.

We have helped over 100,000 individuals!

That’s 100,000 individuals who – because of you – have the stability of living in a furnished home. And, while 100,000 is a really big number to celebrate, it is unfortunately just the tip of the proverbial iceberg in terms of need. With an estimated 50,000+ Torontonians experiencing furniture poverty annually, we know our work is far from done.

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