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Habitat for Humanity needs more furniture donations for Almeda Fire victims

Habitat for Humanity says that its furniture center for those who lost homes in the September fires is running low on needed items.

Posted: Nov 9, 2020 2:32 PM
Updated: Nov 9, 2020 5:30 PM

MEDFORD, Ore. — The furniture center set up by Habitat for Humanity for those who lost their homes in the September fires is running low on inventory, Habitat announced on Monday.

"Our current inventory levels are extremely low and in order for us to be able to continue providing this service we are asking for the community’s help," the organization said in a statement.

Furniture items have been provided to fire victims at not cost, and Habitat says that its so far been able to provide thousands of items to more than 250 households.

Habitat is particularly in need of a few items — lamps, dining tables with chairs, couches, dressers, coffee tables and end tables, and night stands. Items must be clean, functioning, and in very good condition. Habitat says that it does not have the staff to repair clean furniture.

Donations can be dropped at the Habitat Admin Office at 2201 S Pacific Highway in Medford. They are accepting donations from Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

If you have donations or are in need of items, Habitat provided the following contact info:

If you have questions about donating any item that is not listed here and you think a local family will need it, email us at programs@roguevalleyhabitat.org.

Impacted families that have found housing and are interested in receiving items from our furniture center can email us at programs@roguevalleyhabitat.org or call 541-779-1983. We will respond to your inquiry and schedule you an appointment. The Furniture Center is by appointment only.

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