Kane Furniture Bank
About the KFB
The Kane Company created the Kane Furniture Bank (KFB) in 2012 as an environmentally-sustainable alternative for customers looking to dispose of their usable excess office furniture. This program keeps usable desks, chairs, tables, etc. out of landfills and instead makes it available to local non-profit organizations at no cost to them.
Postive Results for the Community + the Environment
With the help of Kane Company employees volunteering their time on Saturday mornings, the KFB has been successful in distributing over 140 tractor trailer load of furniture to the offices of close to 300 non-profit organizations throughout the Greater Washington, DC region.
The Kane Furniture Bank’s inventory of customer-donated gently-used conference tables, desks, credenzas, chairs and bookcases varies from month-to-month. Contact us at us at 800-331-4025 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to our non-profit/charitable organizations email list or would like additional information about available showroom dates and times.
The Kane Furniture Bank will reopen at our new Alexandria facility in 2016 - date to be determined.
See our list of registered Non-Profit / Charitable Organizations.
In the News
- "Company Helps Nonprofits Find Furniture" (Patch.com, March 2012)
- "Nonprofits Take It To The Furniture Bank" (Gazette, March 2012)
- "Groups Get Free Withdrawals from Kane's Furniture Bank" (Washington Business Journal, March 2012)
The Kane Furniture Bank is now a component fund of The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region (CFNCR). CFNCR is recognized as a 501(c)3 organization. Contributions to the Kane Furniture Bank are eligible for tax deductibility as a charitable contribution. Please note that payment for furniture bought from the Kane Furniture Bank is not tax-deductible. All of the books and records of the Kane Furniture Bank reside at CFNCR headquarters, located at 1201 15th Street NW, Suite 420, Washington, DC 20005. CFNCR is the largest funder of nonprofits in the region – for more about the work of the Foundation and its investment efforts, please visit www.thecommunityfoundation.org