Need great furniture and want to support a great cause too?
MESA, Ariz. (June 28, 2018) -
Bridging AZ, a local non-profit, Arizona’s first and largest furniture bank, is announcing the opening of GOT LEGS Furniture & Décor Store in Mesa, AZ on June 28, 2018.
GOT LEGS Furniture & Décor Store is a unique furnishings store selling gently used, designer-quality dining sets, bedroom furniture, sofas, tables and other décor items including name brands such as Kraus, Ethan Allen, Stiffel, Howard Miller clocks and even some custom hand-crafted pieces. Online purchases will also be available through Offer Up and Facebook Marketplace. Whether you’re an interior designer looking for exceptional pieces, a homeowner looking to up your furniture game, or you are looking for a bargain on quality furnishings, this is the place to find it.
Purchases from GOT LEGS will directly support the non-profit Bridging AZ and their mission to provide local families, children and veterans in transition from homelessness with the furnishings they need. Bridging AZ has provided over 200 new beds for families and veterans in the Valley just in the last 6 months.
“Opening GOT LEGS will help Bridging AZ purchase new beds for previously homeless US veterans,” says Donna Piscopo, co-founder of Bridging AZ. Bridging AZ accepts tax-deductible donations of gently used furniture and other household items from individuals, community organizations, and major retail partners.
If you are interested in donating your gently used furnishings, please refer to our website: www.bridgingaz.org
for details on how you can donate and our current needs. Monetary donations will be accepted at GOT LEGS Furniture & Décor.
GOT LEGS Furniture & Décor is conveniently located at 2735 E. Main St. Ste. 1, Mesa, AZ 85213, on the southwest corner of Main St. and Lindsay, across from the “Diving Lady” Starlite Motel. Hours of operation are: Thursday 10am – 4pm, Friday 10am – 6pm and Saturday 10am – 4pm.
Bridging AZ is a 501(c)(3) who partners with local social service agencies who identify and qualify families in need. Bridging AZ serves as a clearinghouse for donated furniture have distributed over 260,000 items to 60,000+ individuals transitioning from temporary to permanent housing, including US veterans.
Awards – Bridging Arizona:
Nonprofit of the Year - Sterling Award – Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce
2015/16 Community Partner – ASID (American Society of Interior Designers)
Service Above Self – Scottsdale Rotary
Local Hero Award – Bank of America
12 Who Cares Award - Channel 12 News
Outstanding Diversity Award – Black Board of Directors