Donate Building Materials  --  February 8, 2021

Donation FAQ: Where Can I Donate Office Furniture?

Do you know what it takes to move office furniture? The logistics alone take weeks of planning, and then there’s the cost of hiring a moving company; you’re losing money the entire time. Why not donate office furniture to someone in need? Doing so will grant you tax benefits, which may entitle you to thousands of dollars back!

Where Do I Donate Office Furniture?

It all starts with a personal property appraisal company, like Green Donation Consultants. No one offers a more personal approach than Green Donation Consultants. We’ll guide you through the donation process and help you choose a charity. 

Why Donate Office Furniture?

Aside from the tax benefits you’ll receive the next time you file, you are saving on the costs associated with discarding it. If you have a set of chairs, a desk, or even old notepads, you can give all of it to someone in need instead of paying for transport to a new office or be picked up by a heavy trash pickup service.

But if you’re less concerned with the cost, then consider the good things you can do for others. When you donate your old office equipment, you choose the charity. All of your equipment goes to someone or someplace in dire need of supplies. You’re doing a good deed in the world, and it benefits you, too. When you give, you receive. 

What Can I Donate?

Anything! If you have chairs, desks, water coolers, electronics, or even break room equipment, you can donate any or all of it to someone in need.

The items must be in good working condition for donation. You cannot donate a broken item, as it helps no one. That’s why hiring a personal property appraisal company is your first step.

What’s the Catch?

Before any old office furniture is donated, it is best if you contact a qualified appraiser. You and the appraisal firm will schedule a convenient time for a field inspector to catalog and photograph each item being donated. 

Once the donation is complete, you’ll receive your qualified appraisal and start seeing the benefits on your tax return. It’s a win-win for everyone involved.

If you’re ready to schedule a free consultation with Green Donation Consultants, now is the time to call. You can reach our team at 800-870-3965!

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