- Who We Are
- Community Collection
In our industry, we often see excess furniture – typically from a customer vacating their space filled with product they no longer need. While we’re able to divert a portion of the product away from the landfill through recycling, the optimum solution is to extend the life of the furniture by connecting quality used product with non-profit organizations in need
Strong partnerships and multiple donation channels are key to the success of our Community Collection donation program. This is where we need your help! If you are or know of a non-profit supporting our local community that has a furniture need, please reach out to us at
We would love to learn more about your organization and how we can fulfill your furniture wish list.
Project Angel Heart: Delivers medically tailored meals to thousands of Coloradans living with life-threatening illnesses in Denver and Colorado Springs. They will serve children as well as seniors, clients as well as their families, and many individuals are living in poverty.
Monthly Employee Volunteer Groups
Boys and Girls Club: At the Clubs, members are involved in educational and fun youth-development programs that give each child a sense of competence, power to influence decisions, usefulness, and belonging – all qualities that will help them make the most of their lives and become the leaders of today and tomorrow.
We Care – Annual Holiday Event Sponsor
Urban Peak: Our goal is to meet youth where they are and to provide them with the assistance and support they need to become self-sufficient or obtain the necessary services they need to exit a life on the streets. Urban Peak’s programs and services are founded on the principles of trauma-informed care and positive youth development and assist youth in reaching their potential and living a successful life off of the streets.
YMCA: The Y is the leading nonprofit committed to strengthening the community by connecting all people to their potential, purpose and each other. Working locally, we focus on empowering young people, improving health and well-being, and inspiring action in and across communities.
Board of Directors Member
Metro Denver EDC: The Metro Denver EDC's mission is to enhance the regional economy through the expansion and retention of primary jobs and capital investment.
Board of Directors Member/Employee Members
Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce: Everything we do at the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce is about one thing: Putting more Coloradans to work.
Board of Directors Member/Employee Members
Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC: The Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC works side-by-side with new, expanding, and relocating businesses. Simply put, our goal is to help you achieve your business goals.
Downtown Denver Partnership: Great cities are built by people. The creators of industry, makers of place. In our city, building with vision begins at the Downtown Denver Partnership.
B:CIVIC: B:CIVIC provides companies of all types and sizes the information, insight, and a network to learn more about how to be civic-minded while meeting business goals.
CEO Pledge – Colorado Companies Uniting Against Racism
Habitat for Humanity: Habitat for Humanity partners with people in your community, and all over the world, to help them build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.
Second Wind Fund: Second Wind Fund has built an innovative program that matches children and youth, ages 19 and younger, who are at risk for suicide and do not have the means or adequate insurance for necessary mental health treatment, with licensed therapists in their local communities or potentially via teletherapy.
Access Gallery: Access Gallery is an inclusive nonprofit organization that engages the community by opening doors to creative, educational, and economic opportunities for people with disabilities to access, experience, and benefit from the arts.
Colorado Circles of Change: To create a pathway for our youth to discover sacred relationships with self, family, and community, to reduce juvenile violence and incarceration so that youth can reach their full potential.