Community Warehouse


The mission of Community Warehouse is to provide donated furniture and household items to neighbors seeking the comfort and dignity of a furnished home while overcoming adversity.

Bottom Line for Portland

For 23 years, Community Warehouse has been Portland Metro’s only furniture bank.  We accept donated furniture and household items from the community and with the help of 160+ social service partner organizations, we redistribute them to neighbors who need furniture. Together, we can ALL turn empty spaces into comfy homes for over 5,500 people each year


“I used to sleep in my car, but now I sleep in a bunk bed.  I’m on top!” 

  •                                           -Hailey, 8 years old

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We serve community members who are most affected by systemic inequity. All of our clients (100%) are low income.  50% are single parent households. Approximately 30% are formerly or currently homeless, 19% have experienced domestic abuse, and 7% are formerly or currently in foster care. Approximately 35% identify as White, 23% as Black, 11% as Latino/a/x, 11% as Native American, American Indian or Alaska Native, 11% as Multi-Racial, 2% as Asian, 2% as Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, and 2% as Middle Eastern or North African. In addition 28% identify as living with a disability. 



A single donation of $10 - $19 you get:

  • One coupon good for $20 off a $100 purchase at Porch Light.

Any single donation of $20+ – $99 add:



Donations totaling $100 - $499:

Donations totaling $500+:

(Estate Store coupons and certificates good at Portland and Tualatin locations only, not online store)



Nonprofit Partners

ReClaimIt is Community Warehouse’s partner, with Metro, in the Gresham Community Warehouse + donation center at 819 SE 202nd Ave, 97233

Path Home is one of our Partner Agencies, bringing clients to our warehouses for furniture 

Clackamas Women’s Services is another Partner Agency whose clients come to Community Warehouse to receive furniture


Business Partners

The Estate Store is the social enterprise arm of Community Warehouse, turning non-essential home items into funds to support our program

Crisp has supported Community Warehouse from the beginning at their flagship N Williams location 

Porch Light, a local woman-owned small business is excited to be our new business partner.



$25,890 raised of $25,000 goal
259 donations
104% of Goal


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Year Founded: 2001

Tax ID: 931310582

Community Warehouse is in the Home category which is sponsored by Neil Kelly.

They're a medium-sized organization with activities in Clackamas Co., Multnomah Co. and Washington Co.

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