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Donate Furniture – Home & Office (Vancouver Area)


CHRYSALIS SOCIETY   http://chrysalissociety.com

Looking for inspirational artwork, full dishware sets and lighting fixtures lighting for their 3 recovery homes (no other furniture.)

Contact: Laura Barker, Community Development Manager

Phone: 604-325-0576  Email:  [email protected]

#218 – 3369 Fraser Street, Vancouver BC, Canada V5V 4C2


LEAS is a charitable organization and social safety net that provides housing and a range of support services to adults with low or no income who have few, if any, housing or support options.

Always looking for donations of good quality items such as clothing, furniture, kitchenware and toiletries. Drop off items at 528 Powell Street, Vancouver (open at 10am each day), or at the North Shore Shelter, North Vancouver, or the Russell Residence (and New Westminster Shelter), New Westminster. Still have questions? Please email Karen Young at email: [email protected].

Contact Lookout Emergency Aid Society at 604-255-0340 for information on dropping off goods or making a donation.


c/o P.O. Box 21562
1424 Commercial Drive
Vancouver, B.C. V5L 5G2
Remember to include your return address so we can mail you a tax receipt.

For complete wish list see: http://www.rapereliefshelter.bc.ca/help/donate/donate#Donate%20Items

To donate items please call 604-876-0872 Monday to Friday 9.30-5.30 or email [email protected]

Clothing and furniture please give to:

Mis’cel’any Women Helping Women (2 locations)
2615 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC (604) 254-9999
1029 Commercial Drive
Vancouver, BC (604) 215-9970

Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre
302 Columbia Street,
Vancouver, BC
(604) 681-8480

Sheway (children’s toys)
533 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC
(604) 216-1699

Helping Families in Need Society
Tel: (604) 294-3087


  1. Hi,

    We have 36 chairs and a table or two from our office that we would like to donate on Monday, as we are moving to a smaller space. We are in Vancouver.


    604 805 3291

    • Hi Marc, have you reached out to the charities listed on this website to see if they are interested? CharityWishList.ca is like a directory, you would still need to make the first attempt to connect with those listed. Then if you can’t find someone listed interested, please let me know and I will look for other options. Thanks for wanting to find a new home for the furniture. Sincerely, Michelle, CWL.

  2. Hello my name is Kevin. I currently have 40 office cubicle sets for donation. These Include chairs, adjustable desks, filing cabinets, and adjustable walls. Each sets comes with assembly parts and is pretty wired with power bars for convenience.

    Please contact me at this email or at 2365586081.

    Thank you

    • Hi Kevin, I am making some calls. I will email you as soon as I have any leads. (CharityWishList.ca doesn’t accept any items itself, but helps to direct you to organizations that are interested.) Thanks! Michelle Beaupre

  3. We relocated our office and some desks, drawers and chairs that we would like to donate. Please email or call 604-985-0581.

    Thank you

    • Hi Jonathan, I’m actually also looking into helping to find a new home for 40 desks and chairs. Please email me letting me know what part of Vancouver you are in and the quantity and size of the desk drawers and chairs. Note that I don’t accept any items myself, just help with finding charities interested in the type of donations people want to give.

  4. hello, we have an apartment of furnature to donate asap, couches, desk, bookcase, coffee tables, queen bed and matress. all needs to be picked up in vancouver (49th & granville) please let me know if any interest

    • Hi Natalie, have you tried directly contacting the list of charities on the website? That would be my first suggestion. If that doesn’t work out, you could try https://www.furniturebankscanada.org If you still need suggestions after that, please let me know. (CharityWishList.ca is like a directory to point you in the right direction of Charities near you interested in the type of item you want to give away. I don’t collect anything myself. Hope this is helpful. Thank you for wanting to find a new home for the items. Sincerely, Michelle Beaupre, CharityWishList.ca

  5. Hi! We have a meeting table (2,20m x 1,20m) and 4 office chairs that we would like to donate, all in great condition. All needs to be picked up in Vancouver Downtown (Burrard station). Please, contact me by email or 6044085670

    • Hi Keithy, thank you for the offer. I have left a message for Chrysalis Society to call me back. Have you contacted all the organizations listed in the directory for furniture donations, Vancouver? The table and chairs may be something they can use at their organization. – Michelle Beaupre, CharityWishList.ca

  6. Hello,

    We have several hundred black binders of various sizes to donate. We are a law office located in the Guildford area of Surrey. Please call 604-595-2319. thank you

  7. Hello, we are clearing out my mother’s 2 bedroom condo in Fairview. She has several solid pine furniture pieces, including a several chests of drawers, a dining room table (with 2 extension leaves) and 6 chairs, a dining room side board, several lamps, tons of artwork and decorative items. Can you please advise who might be needing it, ideally an organization that could send a truck for it. Thank you. Chris. 831-600-6849

  8. Hello,

    Our company has about 10-15 of various size file cabinets with keys that we’d like to donate. We are looking for an organization who will pick these up from our office in Vancouver.

    Please let me know!

    Thank you

  9. Hi there,

    Our company has excessive incandescent lighting fixtures that we want to donate. They are a bit dated but new and unopened, and we have dozens of pallets of them. We gave a portion to Habitat of Humanity and they couldn’t take no more. I wonder if there is an organization that accepts such items in large quantity. Thanks.

    • Hi Yannan, unfortunately, your likely best option would be to check with other Habitat for Humanity Restores. Incandescent lighting is so much more expensive to use than the current lighting solutions like LEDs. Charities would be more apt to want to go with energy-saving solutions from the get-go to save on energy costs.

      Since you are in Vancouver, you might want to try City of Vancouver https://vancouver.ca/green-vancouver/zero-waste-drop-off-events.aspx they take incandescent light fixtures. Hope this is helpful.

      Michelle Beaupré

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