Connecting the Dots

How It Works

Our Connecting the Dots program eliminates the cost and headache of furniture disposal for our clients while uniquely benefiting under-served organizations with much-needed workplace products.

The Catalyst For Change

Connecting The Dots is our philanthropic program rooted in our network of Columbus business
connections big and small. We remove your reusable commercial furniture and donate it to local
nonprofits and charitable organizations throughout Central Ohio.

Getting Involved Is Easy

In brief: you can assist local organizations by donating your gently used business furniture through Connecting The Dots. No matter if you’re looking to donate or are in need of donations, our team is here to help. 

Make A Donation

Are you a company with good quality furniture to donate? Get started by filling out a simple donation form. A King team member will contact you soon!


Request Information

Are you a nonprofit or charitable organization in Central Ohio? Fill out this simple request form and we will contact you to learn more about your organization and facility needs.


What To Expect

After you’ve inquired about donating, our founder, Darla King will reach out to you to discuss next steps. Working side-by-side the inventory will be inspected and inventoried for Connecting The Dots. It’s our promise to:

  • Identify gently used furniture, equipment and accessories
  • Reach out to leaders of Columbus nonprofits and charitiesInvite organizations to discuss and plan for the furniture they need
  • Deliver and install donated items to their new location
  • Provide an list of furniture items that have been placed and share the recipients name

Fight The Good Fight

There is strength in numbers. Connecting The Dots has helped provide 1,200 furniture items to 118 organizations! Join our growing list and fill out our donation form. Our list of local businesses, nonprofits, and charities in need grows each day. You may recognize a few of our recipient organizations below.

Recipient Organizations:

  • Alzheimer’s Association Central Ohio Chapter
  • Amethyst
  • Associated Builders & Contractors
  • Bishop Hartley High School
  • Bishop Watterson High School
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • The Catholic Foundation
  • Children’s Hunger Alliance
  • Cristo Ray School
  • City Year Columbus
  • Clean Fuels Ohio
  • Clintonville Beechwold Community Resource Center
  • Columbus Metropolitan Library
  • Community Development for All People
  • Concord Counseling
  • Consider Biking
  • COSI
  • Cozy Cat Adoption Center
  • Dublin Entrepreneur Center (DEC)
  • ESL After School Communities
  • Flying Horse Farms
  • Furniture Bank of Ohio
  • The Graham School
  • Habitat for Humanity-Greater Columbus
  • Haugland Learning Center
  • Hope Center Ohio
  • Inc @ 8000, New Albany
  • Juvenile Diabetes
  • Lifeline Christian Mission
  • Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio
  • Netcare Access
  • New Directions Career Center
  • New Media Middle School
  • Make a Wish Foundation
  • March of Dimes
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Center
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association
  • Ohio Association of Free Clinics
  • Our Lady of Peace School
  • Partners for Drug-Free Youth
  • Recreation Unlimited
  • Respite Connection
  • Step By Step Academy
  • St. Charles Catholic High School
  • St. Francis DeSales High School
  • St. Gabriel Radio Station
  • St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church
  • St. Peter and Paul Retreat Center in Newark
  • The Exit Program
  • Worthington Arts Council
  • Worthington United Methodist Children’s Home
  • Young Survival Coalition
  • YWCA of Columbus

Donor Businesses:

  • Cranel
  • Commerce National Bank
  • Delta Energy
  • Delta Gamma Fraternity
  • DeVry University
  • Franklin University
  • Honda of America
  • Honda R&D
  • Lane Bryant
  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital
  • Parker Hannifin
  • Tween Brands
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Vorys, Sater, Seymour & Pease

Community Empowerment Starts Here

We believe everyone should love where they work, especially those who work for the good of our community. For more information on how your business can utilize our services to meet the needs of local nonprofits and charitable organizations, contact us today.

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