From Our Home To Yours
We are very excited to launch our new programme, #FromOurHomeToYours, with the objective of helping to transform the houses of Novas tenants into cosy, warm and unique homes! But we need your help to do it!
All of our houses are unfurnished. Many of the people we provide houses to were previously living in emergency homeless accommodation, have a disability or have other additional needs. It is a huge burden for them to purchase all they need to make a house a home.
If you have good quality furniture that you no longer need and would like it to go to a new home, we would be thrilled to accept your goods. We will arrange collection from your home at a time that is convenient for you. Your help and your donation could bring comfort and joy into someone else’s home.
We would Re-Love your Pre-Loved
Items we accept
|– Sofas & Chairs||– Lamps|
|– Coffee Tables||– Cushions|
|– Display Cabinets||– Throws|
|– Wardrobes/Chest of Drawers||– Rugs|
|– Desks||– Kitchen Accessories|
|– Bookshelves/cases||– Bedding|
|– Kitchen Table and Chairs||– New pillows and duvets|
|– Televisions||– New electrical appliances|
We do not accept white goods or used mattresses!!!
Where is this service in operation? We are starting this service in Dublin in Q.1 2021 and hoping to extend it to the Mid-West later in the year. We will collect furniture from Dublin and the Greater Dublin Region.
How do I get involved? Please DM us on Instagram (@novasireland) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our staff and volunteer team will arrange for someone to collect your items. We might not always be able to accept your lovely donation as our storage is limited but please get in touch and we can let you know!
Please ensure your furniture is in good condition. These items are helping us to create a home so donated items must be complete, safe, clean and of good quality. We hope you understand!
Please provide us with some photos of the items you would like to donate.
Help us change the lives of vulnerable households by transforming their houses into homes.