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We believe we’re part of something biggerRoom & Board supports local non-profit organizations in the communities where we live and work, and well as national organizations doing good across the countryWe focus our resources on social and environmental causes that impact us all.  

Participating in an Empty Bowls event with community partner So Others Might Eat (SOME).

Sustainability 

Respect for the environment is a guiding principle for us. Sustainability is a thread woven through everything we do, from how we make our furniture to how we operate our business 

We are a founding member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council whose mission is to help companies reduce their environmental footprints as they grow, and to help consumers find healthy furnishings. 

Reclaimed logs are turned into furniture through our Urban Wood Project.

People First 

We believe everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect and have access to equal opportunities. Supporting equity and stable homes are how we live out this value 

Racial Equity
Room & Board values diversity, equity and inclusion in all areas of our business. We’re taking steps to include even more BIPOC individuals in our workforce, diversify our manufacturing partnerships and publicly supporBIPOC equity and justice 

We support the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Our Washington, D.C., delivery center honored Juneteenth.

LGBTQ Equity
Love is love. Room & Board provides equal company benefits to our staff members in domestic partnerships, publicly opposes measures that limit the rights of LGBTQ people and supports nonprofits caring for the LGBTQ community.  

We are a PRIDE sponsor and public supporter.

Supporting PRIDE at our Washington, D.C., store.

Home and Family

Home matters. Everyone should have physical and emotional shelterRoom & Board supports organizations providing stable housing for low-income or homeless youth, families, seniors and individuals with mental illness.  

We are a furniture donation partner for housing non-profits throughout the United States.

SOME provides a range of services, including affordable housing.

 

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