I recently had The Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta come to my house for a pick up. The men were on time, polite and did a very professional job taking away my donated furniture. When I found out the movers were part of their Veteran Intern Program, I was even more impressed. Give them a call. Your house will be cleaner and you will be helping a veteran.
1955 Monroe Dr NEAtlanta, GA 30324
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Another great place to make donations of merchandise to help out those in need. Step up also will help you unload your donations,
The Atlanta Humane Society is a very well managed organization for pet adoptions. Would highly recommend looking here first for your next dog or cat.
What a great facility and staff! Over many years in Atlanta, my family has adopted more than a few pets here and all were well cared card for while in their hands. This is our latest, Bessie.
My number 1 phone call when I ×want to donate furniture. The men they send are always friendly and always on time. If they run late, they call. If you have gently used furniture, please call them first!!
A few months after my 12 year old Chow passed away I went to the Atlanta Humane Society to take a look at possibly adopting a dog I saw on their website. I have an 8 yr old German Shepherd that I brought along with me for a meet and greet with the new dog, and to ensure they got along well. Upon arrival they thanked me for bringing my dog in, as it is something they encourage. I spotted the dog from the website (a beautiful 1.5 yr old, blue-coat, Shar Pei) and said I would like to take a look at her. Long story short, the dogs got along great and I decided to adopt. The personnel at the Humane Society were very pleasant and helpful in answering my questions. They also provided a free initial pet wellness exam for the Shar Pei at any VCA Pets Are People Too vet clinic; which I made sure to take advantage of. I was also able to purchase the heart worm medication for the dog on site. I highly recommend this place and cannot stress enough how important it is to adopt from the Humane Society, animal shelter, rescue and the like. I would also like to note that the ATL Humane Society is 100% self-sustaining and does not receive any government assistance as the county animal shelters do.