"Working together to provide everyone the comforts of home."

Our mission is to reuse donated household furnishings to renew lives of participants referred from area programs who are recovering after homelessness, crisis or disaster.

Donate Furnishings

We need your furnishing donations to assist our neighbors in need

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Volunteer

We are so grateful for all the help we get from our Volunteers

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Donate Money

Your tax-deductible contribution allows us to continue our mission

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About Us

We're a nonprofit committed to our Wake County community

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Read about the households we've served in 2016 here!

Our FREE Essentials Pick-ups in December are on the 15th and 29th! Space is limited so please fill out our Essentials Pick-Up Donation form and we'll be in contact shortly!

Please note, free pick up scheduling is first come, first served. Pick ups may be subject to a Floor Fee if they require stairs and/or elevators. Some restrictions apply; contact us for details.

Are you interested in volunteering at The Green Chair Project? We would love to meet you at one of our Volunteer Orientations so you can learn more about what our volunteers do and how you can contribute! Our next orientation sessions will be held on December 14th and January 11th at 2pm and 4pm. Please sign up for one session here.

Check out our Angel Tree!

You're welcome to build an entire basket/pack or select one or a few items from the list. Please bring the items in to The Green Chair Project by Saturday, December 17th and we'll get them wrapped for our families. (Click the image to view a larger PDF)

The Green Chair Project is excited to be part of the State Employees Combined Campaign! All state employees and retirees are eligible to participate and contributions are tax deductible. Please help us spread the word!

Working together to provide everyone the comforts of home. We reuse donated household furnishings to renew lives of participants referred from Wake County programs who are recovering after experiencing homelessness, crisis or disaster.

Questions? Just Ask!