Worship Times: Sundays at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00am (9:35 simulcast @ The Point)

Thank you for your interest in donating to New Life Furniture Warehouse. Based on our available warehouse space and most popular items, we only accept the items listed below.  If you have a question about a desired donation, please ask when scheduling pick-up or drop-off to avoid any inconveniences. Please make sure that your donations are in good conditionWe reserve the right to refuse any items that do not meet our guidelines. 


  • Dressers or Bureaus (No larger than 6′ x 4′ or 4″ x 6′)
  • Sofas (No larger than 7′ long; no sectionals or sleepers)
  • Loveseats (Sleepers must be less than 5′)
  • Futons
  • Armchairs
  • Dining Tables (No larger than 6′ long, without extension leaves)
  • Dining Chairs
  • End Tables
  • Coffee Tables
  • Night Stands
  • Lamps (Floor or table)
  • Mattresses and Box Springs (All sizes except King, but must be in excellent condition.  No stains or tears in mattresses.)
  • Universal Metal Bed Frames
  • Clean Area Rugs (No larger than 8′ x 6′)
  • Small Appliances (Must be working; toaster, microwave, crockpot, etc)
  • TVs (Less than 30 lbs. and digital capable)
  • Housewares (Dishes, cookware, utensils, silverware, glassware except wine glasses or crystal stemware)
  • Linens and Bedding (New or gently used towels, washcloths, sheets, blankets, comforters, etc. No bathroom rugs unless new or unused.)


We encourage you to make your own arrangements for delivery if at all possible.  If you are able to make the delivery of donated furniture, we will arrange appointments during warehouse open hours to help you unload.  For pick-ups, please call 410-771-0053 to set up a Saturday morning or Wednesday evening appointment.  We ask for a donation of $10 to $20 for ALL PICK-UPS, in order to defer the cost of operating our box truck. This donation will be noted on your tax deduction receipt.

Our primary source of donations is private members of the community.  However, we also actively seek out large sources of donations such as hotels, furniture stores, assisted living communities, colleges and neighborhood drives to provide a steady stream of furniture to better serve those in need on a consistent basis.