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Greater New Haven Nonprofits-

In two weeks, United Way of Greater New Haven will be relocating to its new 900 Chapel Street, 10th floor office. As a result of our move, we are able to offer area nonprofits an assortment of gently used office furniture at no cost to them.

Available items include U, L, regular and table desks; credenzas; coffee, end, meeting and folding tables; wood and metal file cabinets; assorted chairs; AV equipment; white/corkboards; a small TV; and other miscellaneous office furniture and supplies. Attached is a complete itemized list of the items available. If your organization is interested in claiming an item for your use please attend our “Furniture Tagging” Party on Friday, March 19th from 11am-3pm at our 71 Orange Street offices. (Furniture will be donated to nonprofits on a “first come, first serve” basis.) All furniture must be picked up on Friday, March 26th from 9am-2pm (at the cost of your organization).

Contact Jan McCray with questions regarding this event.

Please feel free to share this announcement with your contacts.

Jan McCray

Community Impact Associate

United Way of Greater New Haven

71 Orange Street

New Haven, CT 06510

(203)772-2010x216

Direct Dial: (203)691-4216

Fax: (203)789-8167

jmccray@uwgnh.org

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