Free Applicances

Free appliances are appliances, either functional or not, that you can find anywhere in the world without having to pay for them. These appliances are either given out as charity by certain organizations, charities, individuals, or even communities. These appliances are only available to disabled people, financially downcast homes, single mothers, and low-income families.

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How to Find Free Appliances 

There are quite a lot of physical locations, like big stores, non-profit organizations, charity organizations, and even some individuals and communities you can get these appliances from, and we would be looking at online communities as well as offline organizations where you can get any appliance you need for free.


Craigslist is most popular for getting cheap items but it offers free items as well. Some of these appliances posted on craigslist for free are either from homes that are downsizing or family’s/home owners who are moving and cannot go with some of these appliances. To find items on Craigslist, all you have to do is go to their website and click on the list of cities page. You then choose your city, navigate the “For sale” menu, and click the “Appliances” button or the “Free” button.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is a charity organization that helps people in a lot of ways, including a donation of items. The Salvation Army offers coupons for appliances/furniture to people in dire need. These coupons could be used for redemption at any of their distribution centers. One of the oldest charities in the US, it has been around for almost 200 years.

Habitat for Humanity Restore

The Habitat for Humanity Restore is a non-profit organization that empowers people living in the world’s poorest countries. Tagged as one of the largest charities in the US, the organization gives out household appliances and furniture to people in need. Each Habitat for humanity repurpose store is owned by local groups.


LIHEAP (low-income home energy assistance program), founded in the 1980s by the Government of the United States of America, was the government’s response to the rising cost and consumption. Not only does the program provide money to some US states or cities to assist the poor, senior citizens, single mothers, and disabled, but it also provides students with free laptops and tablets. The program collects donations of several appliances and provides both new and used energy-efficient appliances to people in need of them.

Companies of Appliance

Manufacturers of some of these appliances occasionally advocate for a replacement of old appliances with newer ones not only to boost profits but to also donate and give these older, replaced appliances to less privileged individuals or households.

Furniture bench

Furniture Bench collects, stores, and donates used furniture and appliances to those in need of them and they also help to prevent home fires. There are over 80 furniture banks, run by Furniture Bench in the whole continent of North America. The organization lends a hand to immigrants or refugees, new families, or anyone starting life all over. Items are donated to families based on the size family.


An e-commerce site, people on OfferUp also give items away. You could search for anything you want and get a couple of results related to the item you want for free. Even if the item you searched for isn’t available, you’ll still be able to see the cheapest items available that are related to your search.

Free Stuff App

The free stuff App that encourages people to give away items they do not use or need anymore. The app is one of the best out there as it discourages waste and encourages charity. The app is available on the google play store app and has nice reviews as well.

Society of Saint Vincent De Paul

A sub-division of the roman catholic church, the Society of Saint Vincent De Paul (SVP) is an international volunteer community. With an incredible 30 million lives touched since the inception of the organization, SVP as it is called focuses on education, books, clothing, emergency relief, donation of consumer electronics and home appliances, art supplies as well as numerous other items. SVP provides resources just like Salvation Army does base on region or locality.

 Local Churches 

You can also get free appliances from your local church. Local churches do have a collection of items stored and ready to be given out to the needy. All you have to do is walk into one and identify yourself with a church worker or the pastor.


With so many organizations and charitable individuals out there, you now have a greater chance of getting all you need to make your house a home. No matter your income or societal status, with these organizations, it would be safe to say you are covered.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I get a free appliance with free movement of such appliance?

It depends on the source of these appliances and your health status. But in most cases, you will be the one to go pick up your free appliance yourself, unless you are disabled.

  • Can I get free appliances on Facebook?

There are a lot of Facebook communities that offer up the appliance for free. All you have to do is log in to your Facebook account and search for such communities.

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