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Project Furniture

The purpose of Project Furniture is to supply furniture, bedding and household items for those in need.

Project Coordinator:

Maureen Ross, 717-773-1988,


Bill Richie, Kaleb Dissinger, Bud Beauverd, Scott Brechbiel, Kyle Haskins, Curt Sober and Scott Eisenhart


Immediate Need for District Family

  • TWIN over TWIN bunkbed. Please note - we can only accept if ALL the pieces and hardware are with the bed. (The last 2 bunkbeds had to be trashed as they were missing pieces/had broken wood sides/ missing hardware).

  • Tall dressers

  • Washing machine (must be in good working condition, no leaks please)

If you have any of these items to donate, please contact Maureen at 717-773-1988,

Ongoing Need

We are collecting the clear zippered bags that comforters/blankets/curtains come in to use in the warehouse.  If you have any, they can be dropped off at OW warehouse.

Tax donation receipts available upon request


Help Needed

Project Furniture is in need of volunteers to help with the pick-up and delivery of furniture and beds, as well as ongoing organization of the furniture area of the Operation Wildcat warehouse.  You do not have to have a truck or trailer to help out – we are most in need of the ‘muscle’ to move the items in and out of the warehouse. Days, evenings or weekends – any time would be helpful. If you would like to learn more about Operation Wildcat’s Project Furniture please contact: Bill Richie at or Kaleb DIssinger at


Service Hours Opportunities:

Project Furniture and Housewares is always in need of help with sorting and organizing items in the storage facility.  Please contact  the Project Coordinator if you, or your group, would like to volunteer.

Donation of Items

  • We only accept new or gently used furniture

  • We cannot accept any items that are broken, stained or torn.

  • If you are donating sheets, comforters and blankets, please label the bag, with a marker, with the size being donated, i.e. Twin, Full, etc

· PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ANY FURNITURE ITEMS at volunteers' homes or at school buildings. If you have furniture to donate, and are able to transport it, please call one of the project coordinators.

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