Home Project

What is the Home Project?

The Home Project provides families and individuals in transition with free non-furniture, gently loved bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen items necessary to live with comfort and dignity.

The Home Project relies on the generosity of individuals, civic organizations, and, foundation grants to keep it's shelves stocked. To learn more about how you can help continue reading below.

For more Information about our programs

Fall River Office
(508) 324-7900
[email protected]

HOURS:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
or by appointment

Our Mission & Vision

The Mission of the Home Project is to manage and operate a free store of kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom items to support individuals and families in a state of transition.

Our Vision is to ignite a change in the culture of disposing possessions by creating an opportunity for unwanted goods to be re-purposed for the benefit of others. We would like people to think of recycling household objects as they would paper or plastic.

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How You Can Help

Donate Funds

All contributions, no matter how big or small, will help us in our efforts to support the community through The Home Project. Donations are tax dedutible as United Neighbors has 501(c)(3) status through our fiscal partnership with Greater Fall River RE-CREATION.

Contributions can be made by check to:
United Neighbors of Fall River
209 Bedford Street, Suite 303
Fall River, MA 02720

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Donate Your Time

Volunteers are what make The Home Project so special. We provide an outlet for our community to come together to help others in a warm, kind environment that fosters collaboration and creativity.

Want to help out? Contact Wendy Garf-Lipp by email at [email protected], or by phone at 508-324-7900 ext. 103.

History

Back in 2015, when Massachusetts ran out of shelter space and began housing families in area motels we began supporting families through various community services. One of the gaps that quickly emerged was that even when a family was able to find housing outside of the motel, they were without possessions to set up a household; cooking pans, dishes, sheets, blankets, shower curtain, can opener, etc. The Home Project was created to help those in need during these tough times.

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Our Impact

Since The Home Project began, we have helped more than 200 families and individuals,

many of whom were transitioning from a homeless shelter to permanent housing, or recovering from fire, flood, bed bugs, etc. Other clients of ours have included people starting fresh after incarceration. More recently, many families who were victims of hurricanes have looked to us for help.