Why our furniture drop-off remains closed?

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OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE

**PLEASE NOTE DROP OFF'S REMAIN CLOSED** Due to the COVID-19 outbreak we are suspending furniture drop offs at our location. We apologize for any inconveniences. Our core belief at Furniture Bank is to ensure a safe and secure experience for you, your belongings and our team. We continue to be equipped with gloves and sanitizers, while offering no-contact, curbside pick-ups from your home.

LEARN MORE ABOUT FURNITURE BANK'S RESPONSE HERE

Unfortunately, our drop-off remains closed during this time.

Safety is our number one priority, not only for our employees but for our donors as well. As we are continuing our pick up service, we now quarantine items in our warehouse for 48 hours before redistributing to families in need. This results in a slower turn around time, which in turn leads to limited space on our showroom floor. The lack of space in the warehouse prevents us from reopening to the previous capacity we had available when we did not quarantine your donation. The added unplanned costs to add the additional staff, cleaning, processing and handling of community drop offs requires an significant financial investment which financial donations are not covering.

You can support Furniture Bank by choosing our service for your removal needs:

As for today (September 2020), we depend greatly on the public health situation in Toronto. Follow our updates on the website and social media platforms!

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