New Pickup and Delivery Options

Plainville, CT, November 14, 2018 – We are pleased to announce that we are modifying our pickup and delivery options for clients so that we can serve more families and help everyone get the furniture they need faster. Previously, all clients needed an appointment to come and shop at For Goodness Sake, and the waiting time for an appointment is sometimes as long as two to three months. That's a long time to wait for furniture once you've moved into a new home.

Now we are offering two options for clients to get furniture after we have received the referral from one of our Partner Agencies.


  • No shopping appointment needed! The fastest way to get furniture!  
    After For Goodness Sake has confirmed receipt of their referral paperwork, clients may come to shop anytime during our pickup hours: Saturdays 10 am - noon or Sundays 12:30 - 2 pm. (Note that we are closed holiday weekends.)

  • No delivery fee!

  • Client can be from any town, even if it’s outside our delivery area

  • Clients must bring a truck / van / car and take all items immediately after they have finished shopping. We will not hold items for later in the day or until another day.

  • Note that clients may have to wait a few minutes after they arrive at the warehouse if we’re helping other clients.


DELIVERY OPTION (Same as always)

  • Appointment needed.
    For Goodness Sake will call / text the client to schedule an appointment. We schedule a limited number of appointments each weekend, and we sometimes have a waiting list of 2 to 3 months for appointments.

  • $20 delivery fee. To be paid at the beginning of the shopping appointment.
    We will drop off items at the curb—client must have people to help them move the items inside.

  • Same day delivery. We will give an approximate time for the delivery after the client has finished shopping. Delivery is typically within 30 minutes to 2 hours after the appointment.

  • Delivery service only available for towns within our delivery area (Bristol, Burlington, Farmington, Harwinton, New Britain, Plainville, Plantsville, Plymouth, Southington, West Hartford, and Wolcott)