Our Mission Statement

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.

Learn more about The Green Chair Project and our mission by viewing this video:

The Green Chair Project Documentary on YouTube from Angela Alford.

Serving more than 1,000 households and 3,900 individuals in Wake County since 2010.

 

What We Do

The Green Chair Project provides home furnishings donated from our community for families and individuals who have transitioned from experiencing homelessness or disasters and have secured sustainable housing.

The reusable gifts are cleaned and repaired by volunteers and are presented in a way that promotes dignity and respect.

For a small fee, families working with case managers from partnering agencies can select furniture, linens, cookware and accessories to outfit their new homes. Families exchange Green Points for needed items on the showroom floor.

The Green Chair experience encourages families to prioritize and make choices, and empowers them to create their surroundings and rebuild their lives.

 

Our Story

Above: Beth Smoot (Left) and Jackie Craig (Right), Co-Founders of The Green Chair Project

Both trained in real estate home staging, Jackie Craig and Beth Smoot consistently found that homeowners had too much stuff in their houses  – stuff they didn’t want to go to waste but no longer had a need for. After seeing this again and again, the pair founded The Green Chair Project, Inc. in 2010 as a receptacle for those items, as well as a “green” way to reuse good stuff to benefit their neighbors in need.

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