Stevenage Furniture Recycling Scheme is a local non-profit registered charity (Charity No: 1058584)  that aims to make a positive difference to your community.  We collect good quality furniture and electicals from donors within the local Stevenage community and pass them on for a handling fee to those on a low income to help them put a decent home together.  For further information about the scheme click here.

 

                Do you have knowledge to share?
Are you a financial wizard with time to spare? The Scheme is in particular need of a Treasurer to help with both the routine running of the Scheme and help set future financial policies
Interested in shaping the future of The Stevenage Furniture Recycling Scheme?
We urgently need your help as a Trustee of SFRS to be actively involved in the running and future development of the scheme. No experience necessary just a willingness to attend regular committee meetings and to take an active interest in the scheme, but if you have specialist expertise in Finance, IT, Marketing etc. you will be more than welcome as these skills are particularly required. By becoming involved in the Scheme as a Trustee you can directly influence the future direction of the Charity and make a difference in your community.
Join us and enjoy the many benefits of volunteering-you won’t regret it!!

 

 

All of our furniture is donated by               members of the local community in order to help others. You can directly impact the lives of others by donating your unwanted good quality furniture. We collect Monday, Wednesday and Friday in Stevenage and in the immediate surrounding area . For further information about donations click here.

 

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All members of the community are able to purchase items from our Scheme, if you are on a provable low income you can register and buy at a reduced price. You would need to provide proof of your address and benefits. Futher information can be found here.