Accessing Furniture Bank
For families and agencies – how to access the community program services.
- Individuals leaving an abusive situation with or without children
- Youth aging out of care
- Persons experiencing or in danger of facing homelessness
- Newcomers to Manitoba
- Persons experiencing natural disasters
- People recovering from substance abuse
- Those dealing with HIV/AIDS
Need furniture donation? Access our services.
Furniture Bank supports families and individuals experiencing furniture poverty, including women and children leaving shelters, people transitioning from homelessness, and newcomers and refugees to Canada. Individuals who are in a vulnerable position, including those on a low income or new immigrants to Winnipeg, may be eligible to receive free furniture and other support.
Need free furniture? Here’s what you should know first.
You cannot make an appointment directly with Furniture Bank. You must be referred by one of our agency partners.
If you have a worker from a social service agency, please ask your worker if the organization is a Furniture Bank partner. If it is, your worker will let you know if you are eligible to receive a Furniture Bank referral.
Our community partners
If you are not in a program, see below for a list of agencies you can contact.
We work in partnership with over 23 agencies and shelters to assist marginalized individuals and families who are experiencing furniture poverty. Our partner agencies play a critical role by helping to screen potential furniture recipients. This helps us focus on our commitment to ensuring those who transition out of homelessness and displacement are given the best possible chance to succeed in life.
105 Aikins Street
Telephone: (204) 989-8240
Fax: (204) 586-1101
To be first and foremost, a safe home for Native women and their children; to support women who have been victimized, either in their interpersonal relationships or through systemic neglect, and to support women who are left without resources to independently make the changes they feel are necessary.
Bravestone Centre is a non-profit charitable organization that provides women and their children affected by domestic violence with full-time counselling and support programs while living in the safety of our program.
ChezRachel provides safe and accessible services, a secure/protective home, counselling and legal support. We bring hope for a better future. We offer various programs for women and children that are designed to help them develop the skills, abilities, and confidence necessary to live independently.
Established as an independent non-profit organization in 1983 to address the unique needs of women in the provincial and federal justice system.
Our vision is to lead our people back home to a place where we are self-determining, healthy, happy, and respected for our cultural and spiritual strengths and ways of being.
276 Colony Street
Taking charge! Provides supportive services to single parents and women so they can break the cycle of poverty and dependency, to become self-sufficient and empowered.
A Place to Call Home uses a Intensive Case Management (ICM) Approach that provides a range of program services for Chronic and Episodic homeless urban Aboriginal person empowering the individual (s) to achieve their self –identified goals.
Fresh Start is an First Nation housing project with End Homelessness – Reaching Home; built on the principles of the Housing First Program. Doorways are an innovative initiative that will help end homelessness for the most vulnerable individuals.
175 Mayfair Pl
Cora Nadeau – Case Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
MYS offers a range of FREE supports and services to help stabilize youth and families in times of crisis and improve your long-term strength, resilience & wellbeing. Our goal is to help keep families together, surrounded by an extended community of support.
886 Main Street
R2W 5L4 Canada
Mount Carmel Mothering Project –
509 King St.
To empower women and their community to move from where they are to where they want to be, by providing responsive programming, facilitating knowledge sharing and connection, and contributing to culture shift and policy transformation.
Nine Circles Community Health Centre, with expertise in the care and treatment of HIV, Hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted infections, delivers comprehensive primary care, social support, education and prevention services – creating healthier communities for Manitobans.
The Reunification Team provide placement services for families working toward reunification and independence from the child welfare system. The goal of this program is to support families as they make important decisions for healing and wellness.
Become an authorized referral agency
It is free to become a referral partner. Approved agencies can make referrals for their families online.
If you are an agency worker and your organization is not a Furniture Bank Community Partner, your Executive Director or Program Developer may apply to have your organization added to our list.
Hire us to remove your furniture
By hiring us for your furniture removal needs, you:
The funds collected from the fees we charge for our removal services go back into the organization to support our mission of ending furniture poverty. These fees allow us to put our trucks on the road, maintain our warehouse space, and provide gently used furniture to families in need.