The Green Chair Project Tag Sale

Green Chair Tag Sale

Shop the Green Chair Project Tag Sale Feb. 15-17 — Look for One-of-a-Kind Vintage Finds and More

If you haven’t discovered The Green Chair Project’s fundraiser sales yet, you’re in for a big treat! Especially if you love a good treasure hunt.

The local nonprofit provides essential furnishings to more than 600 families each year that are transitioning from homelessness, crisis or disaster. But just a few times a year, they open their doors to the public to raise funds that are vital for their programs. Every dollar you spend benefits our community.

The next sale is February 15-17 at 1853 Capital Blvd, from 10 am to 5 pm. Shop for furniture, art, home decor and one-of-a-kind vintage finds. Look for antiques, mid-century modern and more. Original art, lamps, barware, rugs, tapestries, china & crystal–it’s a diverse and eclectic collection of both new and used items. You’ll find brands including Vietri, Ralph Lauren, Dash & Albert, Baker, Drexel, Ballard and Fitz & Floyd.

In addition to donated items, The Green Chair Project receives new donations from stores including Bailey’s, Whisk, La-Z-Boy, Quintessentials, Trig Modern and DesignLines.

Want to be the first to shop when they open their doors? Purchase a $25 ticket to the Preview Party Thursday, Feb. 15 from 6-9 pm.

Make plans to check out The Green Chair Project’s Tag Sale. Shop local, shop for a good cause and support your neighbors in need. You’ll go home knowing that the chair or lamp you purchased helped provide a new bed for a child or the essentials of home for someone in need.

About The Green Chair Project

The Green Chair Project is a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization that collects donated furnishings for people transitioning from homelessness, crisis or disasters.  We partner with over 55 agencies, shelters and nonprofits to provide essential furnishings for referred clients to live sustainably in their new homes. Since its founding in 2010, The Green Chair Project has helped more than 2,300 families begin anew.


Community support makes these new beginnings possible.  Tax-deductible donations of furniture, bed and bath linens, kitchen dishes and cookware may be dropped off at 1853 Capital Blvd. Tuesday- Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the first and third Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.   Learn more at