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Presenting: Again & Again Furniture and Decor Thrift
November 9, 2022

At Home Again, we're always grateful to anyone who thinks of us when they are parting with their furniture. Sometimes, certain furniture pieces may not be suitable for our clients given size, practicality or purpose, and because of this, we couldn't accept them. Until now!

The thrift store offers more convenience to our donors by allowing us to accept all of their furniture, while helping Home Again become more sustainable by selling pieces (large cabinets, armoires, vintage/antique or unique items that serve a decorative purpose) that we'd otherwise have to leave behind. All proceeds from sales will go back to Home Again and the continuation of delivering comfort, dignity and stability to those who need it most. This is needed now, more than ever, as demand for Home Again's service continues to dramatically increase.

This social enterprise will not only support the work of Home Again, it will provide employment opportunities, volunteer opportunities and allow us to partner with other groups and organizations. Stay tuned for more info that front!

Again & Again opens to the public on Saturday, November 12 at 10AM, and from there the regular hours of operation are Wednesday to Saturday - 10:00AM - 6:00PM. It's located at 25 Hebron Way. Follow
Again & Again on Instagram & Facebook: @thriftagainandagain


Introducing Heads Without Beds: Leaders Edition
October 3, 2022

Today we launch the first-ever Heads Without Beds: Leaders Ed
ition campaign.

Building on the engagement and success we experienced with our community Heads Without Beds campaign over the years, this edition brings together inspiring community & business leaders to raise awareness and funds to support the free delivery of beds, sofas, tables and other furnishings to families and individuals of all ages, backgrounds and circumstances.

By sleeping without their bed for just one night and finding sponsors to support their efforts, participants are helping to ensure others in our region won’t have to do without. Every head deserves a bed.

Meet the "Heads" and support them here: www.headswithoutbedsleaders.ca

Home Again and Newbornlander Collaborate for a Cause
August 11, 2022

This 100% local collaboration gives us the warm and fuzzies!

Your purchase of Newbornlander's handmade Come Home Blanket will support families and individuals in need with 25% of each sale going to Home Again.

The artwork on this adorable baby blanket is by The Quilted Stash and represents the famous jellybean row houses of St. John's!

This eco-friendly blanket can be a perfect gift and souvenir for your precious little ones and can be used in Summer, Fall and Winter.

Purchase here!


Recipient tells personal story of how furniture donations changed his life
Home Again Furniture Bank raising funds to help people like Thomas and decrease waitlist
April 20, 2022

Since 2016, Home Again Furniture Bank has delivered gently-used furniture to 2,135 homes - individuals and families in need - living in the Northeast Avalon region of NL. That means 2,135 unique stories from the people within these homes - individuals and families of all ages, from all backgrounds and circumstances. One of these stories belongs to Thomas Young who graciously shared his appreciation and story with us to share with others. Read Thomas' story here.


Heads Without Beds Campaign 2022
April 4, 2022

Heads Without Beds is BACK! This year's campaign launches April 4th and we'll be taking to the floors on April 29th. Spend one night without your bed so others don't have to. Are you in? www.headswithoutbeds.ca

A New Homecoming for Home Again
April 11, 2022

Back 7 years ago, Home Again Furniture Bank started as an idea amongst a diverse group of community-minded people who came together to respond to a prevalent issue identified in our region: furniture poverty. Many of those founding members remain as employees, partners, volunteers and donors today.

Since that small seed was planted in 2015, Home Again has blossomed into an established organization with growing brand awareness; strong corporate, government and community partnerships; a Board of Directors; and a busy 5-person team (2 f/t, 3 p/t) supported by MANY volunteers. To date, 2109 homes have been furnished, 2058 donors have supported those in need, and 431 tonnes of furniture have been saved from a landfill.

The Anglican Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador came on board in the very early days to be the foundation we needed to build what we have today. Until recently, Home Again was operating under the umbrella of the Parish of the Ascension. Today, we’re proud to publicly announce that Home Again is now its own stand-alone, fully incorporated organization with our own charitable status. We are deeply grateful for the support from the Anglican Dioceses, and our partnership remains strong through their continued financial and in-kind support, and our intake of clients referred through participating parishes.

While this announcement may sound administrative, it symbolizes much more than that - our next chapter. One of growth, sustainability and new initiatives that will enhance our efforts in ensuring the dignity, stability, wellness and comfort a well-furnished home brings to those we serve.

The Home Again
Newsletter

Home Again issues a quarterly newsletter, Furniture Matters, to anyone interested in learning more about what we do and the impact we have. We highlight the quarters’ achievements, our recipients, partners and other stories and events that have happened or are upcoming. Below is a link to our latest newsletter:

Furniture Matters Newsletter - October 2022