Veterans Requests

Typically Available Items

Living room furniture Couches, love seats, lamps, end tables, recliners, bookshelves, etc.

Kitchen items:  Microwave ovens, many small appliances, dishes, glasses, coffee cups, silverware, gadgets, tables and chairs, etc.

Bedroom furniture: Dressers, nightstands, etc. We supply new beds.

Miscellaneous items  Clocks,  wall decorations, ironing board and iron, vacuums, waste, baskets, laundry baskets, broom and dust pan, etc.

Service Area

Service Area

We are currently serving veterans in need in Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota within about a two hour drive from our warehouse in Altoona, WI. Limited exceptions may be made on a case by case basis.

If you are moving to one of the following counties: Brown, Dane, Dodge, Fond du Lac, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Walworth, Washington, Jefferson, or Waukesha, please contact the Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative phone (414) 257-4111, email for services.


If you are moving to the Northern Illinois area, please contact the Veterans Path To Hope phone (815) 790-5103

We will help wherever we can if we have the resources to do so. We only require the veteran to show proof of service. However, if you are moving to the above counties, please contact the Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative for services. We need you to be on time if you are shopping at the warehouse and/or request us to deliver your furniture. We are a volunteer organization and strive to serve all veterans who request help in a timely manner but we need you to be as precise as possible. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE LABOR OR ASSISTANCE TO UNLOAD YOUR FURNISHINGS AT THE TIME OF DELIVERY, OUR VOLUNTEERS ARE DRIVERS ONLY.


Please do not hesitate to call if you have questions or concerns regarding currently available items or the requested delivery areas. 715-309-9663


Thank you sincerely for making the trip to Madison for me this past Saturday. My life is turning around faster than I expected; you are part of that chain of successes. I look around this apartment and am amazed and so grateful. I wanted to say two “thank yous” that you will have to pass along for me, #1 God bless the ladies that created the quilts! I can tell that many people spend their time and talent on creating each one. They are cute, they are warm, they are a big hit with the kids. We all have our favorite quilt. #2 God bless the anonymous donor from the Minneapolis area who gave the kids stuffed animals, giant Legos, and other toys. Again the kids have their favorite and I love to see my children happy and playing. In the card that this person sent were kind words, and $50 in cash. Thank you sincerely whoever you are. I can’t say anymore than you have been in our evening prayers each day this week. It was Adayta Axelson who gave me your contact information. Sheworks for the Wisconsin VA with the VORP program. She is one of my managers as I navigate this “adventure.” I met with her today and told her of your program from my first hand experience. Thank you Pete for the time you take driving to each of us. Each piece of furniture here is a reminder of the goodness in the world. Thanks for helping to restore that in me.