IRN serves organizations in North America who want to see their surplus furnishings and equipment reused by those in need, rather than thrown away.
By designating surplus for reuse, generators strengthen their commitment to sustainability and community at a cost less than disposal.Learn more
IRN has an extensive network of prequalified charitable and nonprofit organizations who benefit from the surplus offered by generators.
IRN matches usable furnishings with schools and nonprofits around the world. Does your organization need furniture or equipment to fulfill its mission?Learn more
In 2015 Jeffco Public Schools replaced some 15,000 pieces of furniture at sixteen elementary schools across the county. The old furniture was nearly 100% in usable condition. IRN found a better option than throwing the old furniture away, with a solution that cost no more than landfill disposal.Learn about this project
In the fall of 2015 a global provider of engineering solutions, was faced with a tight schedule for relocation. Approximately 700 pieces of high quality office furniture were decommissioned and IRN placed them with domestic and international organizations for disaster recovery and economic development.Learn about this project
A rural tribal school of 90 students, K – 12, in western Washington state was in need of furniture to upgrade classrooms and to furnish new expansion pods. A large corporation in the Pacific Northwest provided a 53' tractor trailer full of desks, chairs, bookshelves, and storage cabinets - enough to furnish six classrooms.Learn about this project