Trinity run two furniture shops:
Trinity Furniture Store
Tel: 01895 256655
3-7 Willow Tree Lane
Tel: 020 8797 9505
Trinity will collect good quality unwanted furniture from your home without a charge. You can also go to their showroom and buy furniture. Click on the links below for more information.
Trinity will collect items from your home if you live in the boroughs of Hillingdon, Harrow and Ealing.
To donate items please call on your local shop on 01895 256655 (Uxbridge) or 020 8797 9505 (Hayes). They will ask about the items you are donating and arrange a collection date with you.
The furniture accepted and made available to customers:
- Bed bases and frames
- Mattresses with a fire regulation label
- Bedside tables
- Dressing tables
- Tables and chairs
- Washing machines
- Tumble dryers
- Dish washers
- Other electrical items e.g. TV’s and DVD players.
Furniture not accepted or sold:
- Sofas and mattresses without the Fire Regulation label
- Stained or damaged furniture
All items will be inspected before collection from your home. If the item is not in good condition it will not be collected.
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday 9.00 to 5.00pm
The vary according to size and quality. Find a typical price list in the attached documents. For example beds start from £50. Trinity stock a wide range of items that are still in good condition and will make a lovely addition to your home.
Go to the showroom to look around and the choose furniture you like.
All items are inspected before being placed in the showroom so only good quality items will be available for you. Electrical items will be tested by a qualified person to make sure they are safe and a guarantee is offered on electrical items.
Volunteers help keep the showroom open, collect furniture and make sure you get the most from your experience with them. If you would like to gain experience please contact them to ask if they have any vacancies for volunteers.
The charity Trinity was first established in 1992 but become known as Trinity Homeless Projects (charity number 1118222) in 2007. Trinity is committed to working together to support individual life transformation for those impacted by homelessness and exclusion.
Trinity shops offer unwanted furniture at affordable prices and provide paid employment and training. This is part of a wider range of services including supported accommodation to provide independent living and improve life and vocational skills.
All income from the sale of donated furniture is put back into the employment and training of people from the community who need the opportunity to change their lives for the better.