Three Triangle Nonprofits Unite for 2023 MLK Day Donation Drive | January 12, 2023

  RALEIGH, NC – The Green Chair Project is excited to announce its upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. Day collaboration with Durham’s Kramden Institute and Raleigh’s Note in the Pocket. Together, the three Triangle nonprofits will collect in-kind donations of household furnishings, computers and school-aged clothing.  On Monday, January 16th, there will be a drive […]

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Green Chair Named CAPTRUST Community Foundation Charity of Choice for 2022 | August 3, 2022

The CAPTRUST Community Foundation (CCF), an employee-run 501(c)(3), today announced its 2022 Charity of Choice, receiving a $100,000 grant: The Green Chair Project. Additionally, five nonprofits were selected to receive CCF national grants of $25,000 each. Founded in 2007, the CCF’s mission is to enrich the lives of children in our communities. Through 2021, the […]

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Sleepopolis’ 25 Days of Giving | December 20, 2021

Our friends over at Sleepopolis came over for a tour of Green Chair and surprised us with $25,000! We are so grateful to partners like Sleepopolis and Pillar 4 who care as much about safe and healthy sleep as we do! Click below to watch the tour and interview with Jackie Craig and Bridget Chapman.  […]

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The Green Chair Helps Family After House Fire | February 28, 2021

In February 2020, The Green Chair Project was honored to serve Annette Sanders and her children after they lost all of their belongings in a house fire. Spectrum News interviews Sanders to share her story and show how our services helped their family in a time of crisis. Watch the story.

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Client Story: The Adams Family | February 5, 2021

The Green Chair Project provided essential furnishings for the seven members of the Adams family when they moved out of a hotel room and into their new home this week. Here is a round-up of the media coverage of the special days for this family. Be sure to follow us on social media for a […]

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The Green Chair Furnishes Home for Family Featured on Good Morning America | January 29, 2021

Good Morning America surprised hardworking teen brothers Jordin and Lavonte Adams and their family today with a home to be furnished by The Green Chair Project! Our staff were out in force joining Wake County and other partners to support the family facing the challenges of homelessness and unemployment due to COVID-19.  The Adams’ have […]

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Green Chair’s Impact in 2020 | December 21, 2020

The Green Chair staff chose “gratitude” as our word of the year at the beginning of 2020. At the time, we could not have expected the opportunities and challenges that COVID-19 would bring! We are so grateful for the support we have received from our community: including all of our volunteers; donors; community and corporate […]

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1000 Children Received a Sweeter Dreams Bed of Their Own in 2020 | October 29, 2020

We are celebrating the delivery of our 1,000th bed in 2020 to a Wake County child who did not have a bed of their own! The COVID Crisis has disproportionally impacted the 38,500 Wake County households living in poverty, who cannot afford basic household needs like furniture for their homes or beds for their children. […]

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Nonprofit Spotlight: Cary Magazine | October 6, 2020

“Beth Smoot and Jackie Craig were looking for a sustainable way to help people get rid of unneeded furniture. And since they also wanted to do some good in the community, they founded the Green Chair Project in 2010. photo by JONATHAN FREDIN Based in Raleigh, the nonprofit provides gently used furniture and household items […]

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Green Chair visits Green Front Interiors | October 5, 2020

Our friends and neighbors at Green Front Interiors and Rugs featured us in their October GFTV. Patrick Casey spoke with Jackie on our mission and how Green Front shoppers can help the cause.

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