Many places offer second hand furniture and appliances at a very reasonable cost. At some food banks they have furniture also available to buy. And a lot of charity shops also sell furniture and home appliances.
Offer outstanding pre-loved furniture, clothes, books and household items.
You can search online for other charities who maybe able to offer the same services.Find out more about St Nicholas Hospice
Based in Bury St Edmunds, provides a complete home store service to those in need. In particular those who live on benefits or have a low income.
The Home store is also open to the general public and allows you to buy items.
Including; furniture, appliances, home furnishings and clothes.Find out more about Gatehouse
Ipswich Furniture Project is a furniture re-use charity. It provides affordable, good quality furniture to households in Ipswich. And the surrounding area.
Much of what they provide is second-hand. Households in the area will donate items they no longer want or need.Find out more about Ipswich Furniture Project
You can also use The Marketplace on Facebook, Gumtree, Ebay etc. Sometimes people offer items for free if they are collected or for a very low price.