The Great Furniture Giveaway

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Complete nomination form

 

Know of a charity, cause or individual who would benefit from the donation of furniture?

Over a 12 month period Express Yourself is able to access up to £250,000 worth of Halo furniture which can be donated to charities or causes that are in need. Whether it’s helping with a refurbishment project, or donation of a charity raffle prize Express Yourself can help.

To nominate a charity who would benefit from such a donation of furniture, simply complete the nomination form and the committee will assess your request at the next official meeting. Meetings take place on a quarterly basis and the causes that best meet Express Yourself’s vision and belief in “making a difference” will be chosen for help. Unfortunately we cannot meet all requests, but we promise to fairly assess all those requested.


RECENT "EXPRESS YOURSELF" NEWS

 

Recent Work

“Earlier in the year, we worked on a joint scheme with John Lewis in Liverpool by providing furniture with a value of £9,225.00. The Open Door Centre is a tiny charity which offers a drop-in facility for young people with mental health issues and access to services is free and immediate. We have helped create a quirky, colourful and relaxing space used regularly by over 175 young people, when demand for their services has never been higher. It has been a privilege to be part of this transformation.”













Recent Work

Arc is a Community Café in Stockport, Manchester. They offer vulnerable adults and young people structured programmes of support, helping them on a journey through recovery to wellbeing and independence. They use arts and creativity to help people become resilient, healthy and active citizens.  EY donated furniture to the value of £8,145 RRP.

 

“The new furniture is now in place and our refurb work is done. It's looking amazing! And my goodness those sofas are comfortable....I'm using all sorts of excuses to have meetings at them! We can’t thank you all enough”

Jacqui Wood, Charity Director