The OneSource Furniture Bank keeps hundreds of area nonprofits working efficiently and looking smart. Our warehouse is stocked with gently used office furnishings like desks and chairs, reception furniture, conference room tables and more. And you can put it to work in your office, at very little cost.
Make a Good Impression
When people visit your agency, your furniture is one of the first things they notice. If yours is shabby, stained or broken, it can send the wrong message. An updated, functional office helps keep you and your staff productive and focused on your work. More importantly, your clients will feel like they’re treated with dignity and respect.
How It Works
Generous local companies donate furniture they no longer need or want, which you can then purchase for a small administrative fee that helps cover our overhead. Shopping at our Furniture Bank keeps your expenses low so you can spend your funds where they’re needed most – to further your mission.
The Furniture Bank is open to nonprofit agencies with a business location (no personal residences).
There are two ways to shop:
Warehouse Shoppers Club allows you to shop Monday–Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Shoppers Club members also receive discounts on OneSource training and consulting services, free decor rental, and expedited service. Apply for a Shoppers Club Membership.
Nonprofits who are not Shoppers Club members can shop monthly on the last Wednesday of the month. Additional time will be required to verify nonprofit status and complete necessary paperwork.
Types of Furniture Available:
- Office Chairs
- Side Chairs
- Conference Tables
- Filing Cabinets
- Work Tables
- Reception Furniture
- and More!
Inventory changes daily. Sign up for our semi-weekly emails of new donations.
Did You Know?
ReSource, one of the predecessors of OneSource, opened our original furniture warehouse in 1986. The program was the brainchild of ReSource founder Robert Castellini and the board of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation. By repurposing furniture and other items, over 170 tons of useful material is diverted from landfills each year!