How it works
Sellers, donors, need furniture out'ers, we’re here for you. Just scan your furniture and we'll take care of the rest. Seriously, just scan and get back to whatever you need to do today!
Sell your furniture with our one touch scanning system. We'll handle the listings, communication, payments, and delivery.
Auto-match with local charitable organizations while we take care of the communication, scheduling, and logistics.
When needed, you're auto matched with licensed, professional recycling and removal services. We handle the communication, payments, and scheduling so you don't have to.
Who are we?
We’re a scrappy team of dreamers and do’ers who believe in leaving this place better than we found it. Our journey started in Philadelphia with a simple question: Why is there so much trash and furniture on the street? Then a better question came: What are we going to do about it?
That question sparked the curiosity of Rego and embarked us on a two year long journey to understand ‘why people leave furniture on the curb’, or the ‘curb crisis’ as we call it. Our goal then became clear: build a game changing business that gives people a better solution for their furniture. By helping people when they need it, we help ease the “curb crisis” in our cities.
Since launching in Philadelphia at the end of 2020, we've successfully diverted over
pounds of furniture away from landfills and to different charitable organizations
50k lbs furniture off the street
Since launching in Philadelphia at the end of 2020, we've successfully diverted over 50k pounds of furniture away from landfills and to different charitable organizations. In the US alone, over 12M tons of furniture ends up in landfills each year. Furniture is one of the least recycled household items and can be extremely toxic when broken apart in a landfill.
Our mission is to build cleaner communities across the world through the creation of a global, circular process for furniture. We're taking the first step now by reducing the amount of useable furniture that ends up in landfills, or dumped on our streets.