Commercial Deconstruction  --  November 6, 2020

Hotel Furniture Donation: All You Need to Know

Where do hotels donate their old furniture during a remodel? It’s a question many of us have had over the years, and if you run a hotel, you’ve likely considered your options more than once. It would be such a waste to toss old chairs or dressers in the trash when hotel furniture donation is becoming commonplace.

On average, hotels update their furnishings every 6-8 years. Most will replace their dressers every 12 or so years. In the past, these hotels would dump the old items at a landfill and call it a day. Nowadays, charities exist to accept unwanted or outdated furniture for those in need, and more hotel owners are stepping forward to do good in the world.

Hotel Furniture Donation Tips

We know donating old furniture seems stressful. Where do you donate? Who do you call? Does someone pickup the old furniture for you? There are numerous questions.

Where do I donate hotel furniture? You have a few options here. Several excellent charities exist across the country, all willing to accept old furniture for families or businesses in need. But calling each one is near impossible. You’ll need to speak with a consultant beforehand to arrange your donation with ease.

Who do I call to arrange a hotel furniture donation? Companies like Green Donation Consultants exist solely to help hotels and motels like yours arrange a hotel furniture donation to charities accepting bedding, chairs, dressers, and more.

Does someone pickup the old furniture? Yes, you can arrange for a trucking company to pick up old, unwanted furniture and deliver it to the charity in question. Better yet, some charities will pick up furnishings themselves.

Charities Accepting Hotel Furniture

When you call Green Donation Consultants, we’ll work with you to find a local charity willing to take your old hotel furniture off your hands. There are numerous fantastic charities available today, including:

  • Goodwill — With locations spanning the U.S., Goodwill helps low-income and unemployed households find used furniture and other items. Some sites even pick up donated hotel furniture.
  • Salvation Army — Some of the Salvation Army’s donated items help restock their stores, but most will wind up in a homeless shelter in major cities across the country.
  • Donation Town — Donation Town helps local businesses find charities to pick up unwanted furniture free. There are hundreds of available charities in their database, waiting for businesses like yours.

Are you ready to donate old hotel furniture to a charity in need? Contact Green Donation Consultants at 800-870-3965 to speak with a consultant!

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