Impact

Serving families of NW Ohio since 2008...

  • Over 100 people volunteer their time and talents, for a combined total of over 29,000 hours of service.
  • Together we have served over 1,436 families, which includes adults and children, improving the lives of 4,110 people, most of whom are starting life over with nothing.
  • We have been able to provide our families with 13,394 pieces of furniture.
  • Our most requested items are:  Beds, Dressers, Couches, Kitchen Table & Chairs

Participants:

Families Served
Total Family Members
 

Volunteers:
Total Volunteer Hours

Furniture:
Total pieces of furniture

2019
140
392
 

 

3,400
 

1,592

2018
172
491
 
 

3,400

 

1,902

2008-2019
1,436
4,110
 
 

29,000

 

13,394

2019 Non-furniture items distributed

340 towel sets
160 dish sets                                                 
330 pans and skillets                                     
225 bedding sets
140 flatware sets
290 lamps
290 toasters and coffee makers
340 children books (grades 1-12)

Furniture Ministry Annual Reports

EFM 2019 Annual Report *NEW*
EFM 2018 Annual Report
EFM 2017 Annual Report

EFM 2016 Annual Report 
EFM 2015 Annual Report
EFM 2014 Annual Report

Furniture Ministry in the News...

Among The Lucky Few: Syrian Family Rebuilds In America's Heartland
Ari Shapiro with NPR's "All Things Considered" visited Toledo during the week of October 5th to see how different organizations were working together to provide support for Syrian refugees.  Our agency, US Together suggested they spend some time at the EFM Warehouse to learn more about our ministry, and our support to their mission.

Teen Volunteers Pay it Forward
Using furniture to make a difference
Toledo Area Parent

Better Living - NBC24

 

The agencies that we serve include:

 

Leading Families Home (Formerly Beach House and FOCUS)
YWCA Northwest Ohio
Mercy Health - Healthy Connections
Cocoon Shelter
TASC of Northwest Ohio

Marketplace for All People
Bethany House

Harbor Behavioral Health
Family House
US Together
Health Care for Homeless Vets

St. Pauls' Community Center
Zepf Center