Support a Veteran's transition away from homelessness

Turn their new permanent housing into a home.




Turn their new permanent housing into a home.

100% of your monthly donation goes to supporting needy veterans

Make a Difference

The Veterans Furniture Center (VFC) is a volunteer based, veteran managed, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides new furniture and household goods free of charge to veterans transitioning from homelessness to subsidized housing. It has been shown that having furniture and basic household goods can make a significant difference in helping formerly homeless veterans stay sober and in keeping them off the streets.

Program Highlights

  • For only $75 per month we can supply a complete kit as shown below to a needy veteran.
  • 100% of your contribution will go to purchasing furniture and household goods for needy veterans.
  • The kit includes all of the furniture and household goods necessary for a typical 1-3 room apartment, which will start these deserving veterans back on a path to becoming functional, self-supporting members of society.
  • The recipients are all formerly homeless veterans transitioning into permanent housing, referred to us by the Veterans Administration or one of our social services partners.
  • Your support can often mean the difference between a successful transition and a return to the streets.

The Kit - What $75 per month supplies

  • Bedroom Furniture: Apartment size bed, Dresser, Nightstand,Lamp
  • Living Room Furniture: Sofa, Living room chair. Coffee table. Lamp. Small television[note 1]
  • Kitchen Furniture: A small table, Two kitchen chairs
  • Kitchen Appliances: Two slice toaster, Small coffee Pot, Small microwave,
  • Kitchenware: Cookware. Dishes, Glasses and cups. Utensils
  • Linens: Sheets and pillowcase, Bath towels, Kitchen towels
  • Hygiene Kit: Personal hygiene supplies, Apartment cleaning equipment and supplies


1.The Coalition to End Homelessness agrees that a TV helps these at risk veterans connect with society and stay off the street.

2.Content of each veteran's kit depends on need. (example, family may need more than one bed, or veteran may already have a bed.)

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