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- Donate furniture
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Sheffield Furniture Store is now arranging safe non-contact collections and deliveries. We are currently collecting from and delivering to the doors of properties.
We are always very grateful for the generosity of all our donors, without your support we wouldn't be able to help those most in need.
Donation update 23rd September.
Due to the generosity of our donors we are now at capacity and have temporarily put a hold on on all further donations. This will be assessed on a daily basis and we will posting updates here, so do please keep checking our website for the latest updates.
The health and safety of our customers and staff is paramount. Our two-man delivery teams have been trained to make collections and deliveries safely with the recommended personal protective equipment and hand sanitiser. The teams are also working in isolation together where possible to limit the amount of contact they have with other members of staff.
We are working on a skeleton staff to begin with so it may take a little longer for us to answer the phones or action emails. We are making collections of furniture and household hold items when safe and wherever possible.
You can contact us via email at email@example.com or phone on 0114 270 3990.
The furniture from St Vincent's Sheffield has made a huge difference to four asylum seekers who are living in our new house in Crookes. All four of them had previously been homeless and relying on sleeping either at our emergency night shelter or sofa surfing with friends.
The delivered furniture has allowed our charity to equip our new house and provide them with a safe and comfortable place of their own. Some of them have reported that they have slept properly for the first time in months and that they are already feeling more optimistic for the future, not having to manage their day-to-day living on the streets.
- Assist Agency
My client had one leg amputated and couldn’t leave hospital as he previously lived in a caravan which was unsuitable for wheelchair access and had little furniture. The furniture from St Vincent’s Sheffield was part of a package of support which enabled him to leave hospital sooner, when he was found an accessible bungalow by the council. The bookcase provided gave him somewhere to store computer games and his personal items which have made his bungalow feel more like home, which was very important following the life changing surgery he had been through and experiencing depression. St Vincent's also provided essential bedding and kitchen items without which he would have struggled to afford this.
- SYHA Livewell Take Notice