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The Treaty of Upstairs

The Treaty of Upstairs

The gently used furniture and household items that Renesting receives come from donors all over the area. Renesting receives some very interesting donations. Over the course of our eleven years, we have had the pleasure of receiving donations from clients we...
The Building of a Nest, Part 2

The Building of a Nest, Part 2

Close your eyes and imagine the stress, frustration, and pressure of moving day. Packing everything you own, trying to stay organized, struggling to move your bigger pieces of furniture, losing track of where you put the tape, the scissors, or the screws to put your...
The Building of a Nest, Part 1

The Building of a Nest, Part 1

If you have read our origin story you know that the Nest hasn’t always been at 1331 Driftwood Drive. We started in the parking lot of Asbury Methodist Church, moved to a warehouse on E. Texas Street, then to 1303 Driftwood Drive. In 2017, our landlord, Scott,...
The Parable of the Purple Sofa

The Parable of the Purple Sofa

In Renesting’s first year serving clients, we received a donation of a very large, very beautiful purple sofa, it took about three people to move. Back then we were operating out of Asbury Methodist’s parking lot and loading a trailer every second Saturday...