For information on a program that replaces old refridgerators (ClearCorps) as well as other Weatherization programs that replace household items (furnaces, hot water tanks, etc.), go 
to Weatherization Resources


SERVES MULTIPLE COUNTIES!

Humble Design                            
Phone: 844-humbled (844-486-2533)
Email: hello@humbledesign.org
Website: https://www.humbledesign.org 
Humble Design serves individuals, families, and veterans emerging from homelessness by transforming empty houses into welcoming homes using donated furniture and household 
goods. Our warehouses are curated by design teams that personalize homes based on our 
clients’ needs and preferences. More than a makeover, it’s a start over. 

Sleep in Heavenly Peace
National Headquarters
Phone: 844-432-BEDS (2337)
Website: https://www.shpbeds.org
&
MI-Western Wayne Co. Chapter 
Westland, MI  48186
Phone: 844-432-2337 #5510
Helping Children In Need Sleep Better 
We fully believe that a bed is a basic need for the proper physical, emotional, and mental 
support that a child needs. When it was brought to our attention that the need for beds 
went far beyond our own neighborhoods, we stepped up and took initiative. We're a national organization answering the call to a national problem. That's where Sleep in Heavenly Peace 
comes in. We're a group of volunteers dedicated to building, assembling and delivering top-
notch bunk beds to children and families in need.

Building Beds 4 Kids 
14241 W. Eleven Mile 
Oak Park, MI  48237
Phone: 248-705-4545
Email:  info@buildingbeds4kids.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/
Nonprofit-Organization/Building-Beds-4-Kids-104705211097052/
Building Beds 4 Kids provides twin size beds for children in Metropolitan Detroit who have 
no bed, giving priority to families navigating foster care, families transitioning out of home-
lessness and families starting over. However, inquires from all parties are welcome. Bed 
requests are generally submitted by supporting organizations, which also coordinate the 
bed pick up. Beds are available to be picked-up by appointment only by either the family 
or by the supporting organization from the Building Beds 4 Kids facility at the address 
above. 

HERE TO HELP FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 480
Royal Oak, MI  48068
Website: https://www.heretohelpfoundation.org/activek/Home-Sweet-Home-c12
Open to Wayne County & Oakland County.

The Furniture Bank of S.E. Michigan   
333 N. Perry
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-332-1300 
Website: https://www.furniture-bank.org/about/mission-history
Our Vision:
Our goal is to make sure that every family in Metropolitan Detroit is living in a properly 
furnished home; that every child is getting a healthy start in life by sleeping in a warm 
bed or crib; and that all useable furniture helps those who are most vulnerable live with 
dignity. Collects gently used furniture and beds to give to low-income families in Oak-
land & Macomb counties. Furniture must be picked up at the above address by the 
customer. Please see the website for any and all qualifications needed.

U of M Property Disposition
3241 Baxter
Ann Arbor, MI  48109-2155
Phone: 734-764-2470
Website: http://procurement.umich.edu/property-space-management
Items vary but include LOW-COST furniture, office equipment and computers, laptops.

Wayne State Property Warehouse
5700 Cass   Suite 4602
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-577-3676 |
Email: nault@wayne.edu 
Website: https://fisops.wayne.edu/accounting/property
In order to ensure the best utilization of the University's surplus assets, Property 
Management maintains a warehouse for used equipment and office furnishings. 
These assets can be recycled for use in other departments or sold at warehouse 
sales. Warehouse sales are open to public and are held periodically.

Habitat for Humanity Michigan RE-STORES 
Administrative Office: 
618 S Creyts   Suite A
Lansing, MI  48917
Phone: 517-485-1006
Website: https://www.habitatmichigan.org/make-donation/find-affiliate-restore
What are ReStores?
ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores that directly support local Habitat 
for Humanity efforts. All ReStores are open to the public, so anyone can shop from 
our inventory of new and gently used goods, at a fraction of the retail price. ReStores 
accept donated material from building contractors, manufacturers, and the general 
public. There are more than 50 ReStore locations across Michigan, all of which sup-
port their local Habitat affiliate.

The Salvation Army National Headquarters
615 Slaters Lane
Alexandria, VA  22314
Website: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/contact
Family Thrift Stores:
The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Center operates 35 metro 
Detroit family thrift stores from which all proceeds benefit the nonprofit’s independently 
funded, 180-day residential rehabilitation program for men and women.
Serves multiple counties.

St.Vincent de Paul Detroit / Journey to Housing Program 
3000 Gratiot Ave.
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-393-2930   1-877-ST VINCE (1-877-788-4623)
Website: https://svdpdetroit.org/life-skills
St. Vincent de Paul’s Journey to Housing program seeks to solve the problem of home-
lessness in northwestern Wayne County communities. The Journey to Housing Program 
supports those in need of shelter by providing them with move-in costs, furniture, house-
hold goods and monthly rent subsidy until the family can become financially independent
(with 12-18 months of weekly counseling). We help the family work towards self-sufficiency 
and assist the family with budgeting, household management, parenting skills and more.


DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY

To Detroit With Love
Phone: 313-268-2531
Email: TODETROITWITHLOVE@GMAIL.COM
Website: https://todetroitwithlove.org
Established in 2017, To Detroit With Love saw a need in the community for delivery of 
gently used clothing, food and home goods. Because we love our Detroit neighbors in 
need, we bring those gently used items without question. Everyone is welcome to give 
and everyone is welcome to receive. We bring love and friendship with every delivery. 
Human connection, along with furnishings, is how we turn houses into homes and neigh-
bors into friends. Located in Grosse Pointe, MI, we service our neighbors on the east side 
of Detroit. Donation pickups are from east of Van Dyke and south of 16 Mile. 

Hannan Center
4750 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
Phone: 313-908-0183
Website: www.hannan.org
A senior agency that has an emergency fund for seniors. 

Detroit's Friendship House
9540 Conant 
Hamtramck, MI  48212
Phone:  313-873-2007 (Family Shop)   313-871-7443
Email: friendshiphouse@provide.net
Website: www.detroitfriendshiphouse.com
Free household furnishings to those who live in Hamtramck or nearby Detroit neighborhoods.

Perry Outreach Center          
12047 Miami
Detroit, MI  48217
Phone:  313-749-7324
Email: rmosley@perryoutreach.org
Website: http://perryoutreach.org
People in need of help with food, utility bills, clothing, medical, household goods or other 
needs, etc. can contact any of the five parishes above! This is open to people who reside 
within the boundaries of the five parishes in S.W. Detroit; Lincoln Park, Ecorse, River 
Rouge, Melvindale and northern Allen Park. Plans are in progress to offer other services 
such as enrichment classes and job counseling. 

Samaritan Assistance Center
St. Vincent DePaul (St. Patrick Church)
135 Superior Blvd. 
Wyandotte, MI 48192
Phone: 734-285-9470
Food, clothing, household furnishings, utilities, rent or mortgage assistance, 
prescriptions, emergency transportation, gas voucher. 

Capuchin Soup Kitchen 
1820 Mount Elliot 
Detroit, MI 48207 
Phone: 313-579-2100
&
Capuchin Service Center
6333 Medbury 
Detroit, MI 48211
Phone: 313-925-1370
Website: https://www.cskdetroit.org
Distributes appliances and furniture for families reestablishing households after a fire 
or a stay in a shelter. There are no geographic eligibility criteria; however, all recipients 
of service are interviewed by an emergency assistance worker. Identification must be 
provided for all individuals for whom assistance is requested. 

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
150 Stinson 
Detroit, MI   48226
Phone: 313-993-4700
Website:  www.drmm.org
Supplies household supplies as resources permit.

STEP Thrift Store and Donation Center
15413 Dix Toledo 
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone: 734-284-0814
&
35004 W. Michigan Ave.
Wayne, MI  48184
Phone: 734-728-9777
&
23830 Ford 
Dearborn Heights, MI  48127
Phone: 313-633-0755


LENAWEE COUNTY

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES of Lenawee County 
221 S. Tecumseh
Adrian, MI 49221
Phone: 517-265-7255
Website: http://www.thecharities.org/programs.html
​The "Daily Distribution" program is the day to day operation of receiving and distributing 
items such as clothing, furniture, shoes, appliances, and other household items to low-
income families in Lenawee County. On average 50-60 families are seen each day.

Damascus Road Ministries
P.O. Box 426
301 S. Tecumseh
Adrian, MI 49221
Phone: 517-265-1900
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DamascusRoadMinistriesMI
Damascus Road Ministries offers beds to those that can not afford them. We work with local 
agencies to meet those needs.


MACOMB COUNTY

Macomb Feed the Need
Headquarters: 
27151 Gratiot Ave.
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone: 586-945-7090
Website: https://www.macombftn.org
Our Homeless to Housing Program partnered with Macomb Feeding the Need has been 
providing a true need for home goods. We provide donated furniture and other house-
hold items including dishes, pots and pans, etc., for those who have chosen to change 
their life for the better. Ultimately, our goal is to help individuals obtain employment and 
help them get off the streets. We do this by providing on the job training, help them build 
a resume and provide them with clothing for an interview. After they have secured emp-
loyment, we connect them with other ministries who provide financial educational resour-
ces. This helps them secure funds for security deposits if needed for an apartment and 
cost of living

Samaritan House
62324 Van Dyke
Washington, MI 48094
Phone: 586-336-9956
Website: https://www.samaritanhousemichigan.org
Clothing & Household Item Assistance
Clients may receive Salvation Army shopping vouchers to purchase clothing or 
household items. 


MONROE COUNTY

Monroe Community Opportunity Program  (M.C.O.P.)      
1140 S. Telegraph 
Monroe, MI 
Phone:  734-241-2775
Website: https://monroecountyop.org
Applications are available at the Monroe County Opportunity Program for DTE Energy 
customers to receive FREE refrigerators. To qualify, residents must be below 200 % of 
the poverty level. Residents bills must be be paid up; they cannot be past due. Residents 
will need to bring a photo ID for all adults, indi­cation of household income, a photo of the 
tag showing the manufactured date, an MCOP intake form and a completed form available
at the front desk of MCOP.
Guidelines are: 
1.  Replacements are Whirlpool Energy Start basic models
2.  Clients do not get to keep the old unit. 
3.  When the replacement is delivered, the delivery company will pick up the old model
4.  Limited quantities are available
5.  Customers cannot call DTE Energy for the service as the replacement program 
     is administered through an outside source

Oaks Village Furniture Bank 
924 E. 2nd 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-244-5444
Website: https://www.oaksvillage.net/human-services-1
Oaks is committed to providing clothing, household essentials, and education to the 
community of Monroe. We accept and provide gently used coats, clothes, undergarm-
ents, bedding, towels, toiletries, cleaning supplies, food, and monetary donations. 
Oaks also collaborates with several different agencies to serve as an educational hub.
SERVICES: We provide free gently used furniture and appliances.
WHO: This service is free for anyone in need. 

Damascus House Search & Save
212 Smith 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 724-242-8136
Wide selection of reusable household items and furniture sold very cheap to support 
homeless shelter.

First Presbyterian Church / Bed Race to Help Children 
108 Washington
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-242-1545
Email: info@monroebedrace.org
Website: https://www.monroebedrace.org/now-i-lay-me-down
The “Now I Lay Me Down” bed program is a ministry of the First Presbyterian Church 
of Monroe, Michigan. The program coordinates the purchase and distribution of beds 
to needy children in Monroe County, Michigan. Volunteers from the church membership 
and the community deliver the beds and set them up for the families. Children who re-
ceive a bed are also given a new pillow, new or very gently used bedding (sheets, and 
blankets, or quilts), a stuffed animal, and a book.


OAKLAND COUNTY

Oakland County Sheriff's Re-CYCLE for Kids Program
1200 N. Telegraph
Pontiac, MI 48341
Phone: 888-350-0900
Website: https://www.oakgov.com/sheriff/Community%20Services/Pages/default.aspx
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office East Annex personnel and trustee crews refurbish 
and repair donated bicycles. The Sheriff's Office makes them available to persons in 
need at no cost through organizations such as the Pontiac Point of Hope, the South 
Oakland Shelter, the Boys and Girls Club of SE Oakland County, Easter Seals, Michigan, 
Inc., and the Lighthouse of Oakland County. Additionally, Re-CYCLE for Kids provides 
bikes at no cost to children in need who attend St. Michael's Church in Pontiac and St. 
Vincent de Paul in Pontiac in honor of program founder Chuck Morin.
&
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office, in partnership with The Oakland County Department 
of Health & Human Services, offers FREE portable cribs to provide a safe sleeping enviro-
nment to infants throughout Oakland County. If you have any questions or you or someone 
you know is in need of a crib, please contact the Nurse on Call (N.O.C) at the Oakland County 
Health Division by calling 800-848-5533.

Love INC of North Oakland County
PO Box 104
Lake Orion, MI  48361
Phone: 248-693-HELP (4357)
Email:  info@loveinc-noc.org
Website: https://www.loveincofnoc.org
Connects people in need with local churches and agencies that provide them 
with assistance. All Ministry help needs a referral from the Clearinghouse.  


WASHTENAW COUNTY

Friends In Deed
1196 Ecorse 
Ypsilanti, MI  48198
Help Line: 734-484-4357
Email: Helpline@FriendsInDeedMI.org
Furniture Line: 734-484-7607
Email: Furniture@FriendsInDeedMI.org
Email:  office@friendsindeedMI.org
Website: https://www.friendsindeedmi.org 
Friends In Deed has been around for a while. For over 35 years, we’ve worked to help our 
neighbors in need by filling in the cracks of assistance offered by other organizations and 
non-profits in the community.
&
Our Direct Assistance Program helps families prevent utility shut off, repair a car to get to 
work or medical appointments, obtain a prescription or other one-time medical need and 
more.
Our Furniture Program helps families obtain basic-needs furniture, including beds, kitchen 
tables and chairs, couches, etc. Friends In Deed is one of the only programs in Washtenaw 
County that helps a family obtain a bed or crib free of cost.
Our Circles Program focuses on helping families to lift themselves out of poverty. 

House by the Side of the Road
2051 S. State 
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-769-4085
Website: https://www.housebythesideoftheroad.org 
House by the Side of the Road’s purpose is to provide adequate clothing and small house-
hold items at no charge to children and adults.These services are free to clients with limited 
funds for clothing, bedding, and other household essentials. People come in after family 
breakup, job loss, fire, or prolonged illness. We also serve those who are homeless, those 
who are just re-entering society from prison, people with mental health issues, recent immi-
grants, and migrant workers.

Faith in Action
603 S. Main 
Chelsea, MI  48118
Phone: 734-475-3305
Website: https://www.faithinaction1.org/programs-services
Free Medical Equipment Closet: 
Donated durable medical equipment is made available to anyone who needs it on 
an as-needed basis.
Furniture: 
FIA staff can provide escorted referral to the Kiwanis sale room for needed furniture 
items. 






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