Norfolk County Register of Deeds William P. O’Donnell is pleased to announce an ongoing partnership with New Life Furniture Bank of MA. New Life is a non-profit that accepts gently used household items and furniture, warehouses them, and makes the items available at no cost to those in need.
O’Donnell noted, “New Life serves the surrounding communities of Medfield, MA. New Life began its existence on Sept 13, 2013. New Life grew out of the experiences founders had with Habitat for Humanity. Founders recognized the need for gently used household items and furniture.”
“Due to the Registry’s role in recording land documents, we have seen, by the recording of Notices to Foreclose Mortgages and Foreclosure Deeds, the economic hardship that many families face, in many instances at no fault of their own.”
The Registry of Deeds is more than happy to accept the following items for donations – linens, sheets, comforters and blankets (no king size), pots, pans, kitchen and cooking utensils (no dishes), silverware, towels and face cloths (no beach towels).
Please note while New Life accepts furniture, due to space limitations, the Registry of Deeds CAN NOT accept donations of furniture on behalf of newLife.
If you wish to donate to New Life, call the Registry of Deeds and speak to Alicia Gardner at (781) 461-6104 or email Alicia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also donate household items and furniture directly to New Life. New Life accepts donations on Saturday mornings between the hours of 9:30-11:00AM or by appointment. The New Life warehouse is located at the Walpole Station Business Center, 102 Elm Street, Building S, rear of building. newLife can be reached at 774-316-6395 or by email at email@example.com.
Further information about New Life can be obtained via their website, www.newlifehr.org