Donating Recliners

Donating is one of the most wonderful things you can do in life. There’s no feeling quite like giving to others when you already have what you need. If you’re thinking of giving away your recliner (or pretty much anything), there are a countless number of families who are dying to get their hands on whatever it is that you no longer need! If you follow these steps correctly, you should have no problem getting this chair off your hands and making someone else’s week much better.

Why You Should Do It

If you are reading this, then it’s probably safe to assume that you have a recliner that you don’t really need anymore. If this is true, there are a multitude of reasons why you should donate it. First, we have to understand and take into consideration that there are very few cheap recliners yet most recliners cost between at least $200 – $500. The sad truth is that some families will have to save up money for months just to get an item that you’re thinking of giving away. Imagine the happiness you could bring into somebody’s life by giving them an item such as this one for free! This is the second reason you should donate your recliner if you are trying to get rid of it; you’ll make somebody else a lot happier. True, the easiest way to dispose of a recliner is to just throw it away but if you take a few minutes out of your day to donate rather than waste, you might feel a lot better too.

Where Can I Donate?

We’re glad you asked. In most cases, if you do not want to go through a donation agency, you can drop down by some community centres around town and see if anybody is interested. If this doesn’t work for you, here are some places you can donate to. They will be glad to get used recliners or even buying used recliners.

1. The National Furniture Bank Association

2. The Salvation Army

3. Donation Town

4. Any Homeless Shelters Near You


Fortunately, we live in a world where we can give things we want to dispose of to others in need. If we can just get one message across to you readers it’s this: please don’t throw away your used recliner. Even if the leather is torn off completely, even if it squeaks like mad, and even it doesn’t recline or do any of the things it was suppose to. To somebody else, this is a golden chair.