If you’re making the move to or from Tucson, AZ, there’s a pretty good chance you’re going to want to get rid of some of your furniture.
There are all sorts of reasons why you would want to get rid of this furniture. You might not want to cover the cost involved in moving it, it might not fit in with the planned aesthetic of your new home, or you might just be tired of it.
You could simply throw it out, for sure. But there’s another option. You could give that furniture to people who need it.
Here’s a list of places you might consider.
Habitat for Humanity Tucson
Habitat for Humanity is a nationally-recognized charity that builds homes for the homeless. They are a BBB-accredited charity and their hours run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday through Saturday.
They are mainly looking for furniture and hardware, as opposed to appliances. For instance, while they want cabinets, lighting, and “general construction materials,” they’re not looking for books, TVs, or computers.
Free pickup is available if you call this number: (520) 230-5323.
More information can be found here.
St. Vincent De Paul of Southern AZ
St. Vincent De Paul of Southern AZ is a Catholic organization which was responsible for roughly 11.6 million hours of volunteer service last year. They operate 8 thrift stores in Arizona.
You can schedule a pickup at your location. They also offer Stuff-The-Truck, an event where a whole organization donates goods to be transported by truck.
Most people know about Goodwill. They operate over 2,500 thrift stores, which is incredible if you stop and think about it for a second.
They offer home pickups in Southern Arizona.
Can’t Part With Your Furniture?
Of course, there are some things you just can’t bear to part with. You can’t imagine throwing them away, but you also can’t imagine giving them up.
In these cases, My Tucson Movers is here to help. We understand how precious some items can be. Our movers handle your furniture with care. If you want to use a moving service you can trust, call us now at (520) 822-6140.
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