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West Coast Furniture Bank has been operating since 2007 and aims to assist people who are in need, often people who were previously homeless, by providing basic necessities for their homes when they are unable to afford the purchase of those items themselves. This includes items of furniture such as suites, tables, chairs, beds, drawer units and wardrobes, as well as fridges, freezers, cookers and washing machines. We are sometimes given carpets and curtains, bedding, towels etc and have recently branched out into collecting baby and infant clothing.

We are given these used but serviceable items by friends, acquaintances and contacts around the West of Scotland. We store them in our warehouse in Stevenston until they are needed. We are notified of people in need by Social Services, Housing Associations, Criminal Justice Services and organisations such as Womens Aid and then provide and deliver whatever items we have that they need.

We make no charge whatever to anyone, but any contributions offered and any donations we receive go towards offsetting our fuel costs.
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Our Partners
West Coast Furniture Bank is grateful not just to all the people who donate items to us, but also to the organisations with whom we are partnered. These organisations pass us details of people whom we can assist, and provide material assistance to us:
  • Social Services
  • Criminal Justice Services
  • Housing Associations
  • Womens Aid
  • Community Connectors
  • CWC

Who are We?
George McMahon
Role: Chairman
George is the founder of West Coast Furniture Bank. He is a Mental Health Nurse and worships at South Beach Baptist Church in Saltcoats. Originally from Northern Ireland, George now lives in Stevenston with his wife Fiona and two daughters. George is our communicator, deals with our partner organisations and contacts and is the central structure of WCFB.
Iain Preston
Role: Vice Chairman
Iain originates from Airdrie but is now married, lives in Ardrossan and attends Townhead Christian Fellowship in Stevenston.

Iain brings a wealth of business, organisational and charitable management experience from the medical equipment, public relations and media sectors - including training, product and project development, fundraising, strategic planning, operational development and governance.

Currently a Director of Revival FM, Scotland’s biggest community radio station, Iain has an integral advisory role in the direction and development of WCFB.
Fiona McMahon
Role: Secretary
Fiona is married to George and they have two daughters and two Yorkies.

After college she spent several years in retail management, well over 20 years in the Quality department of GSK and as a Learning & Development Consultant for a large children’s charity. As well as being the Project Manager and a trustee for the charity she is a tutor with North Ayrshire Council.

Fiona served as a panel member for 18 years on the Children’s Panel and as a tutor for seven of these.
Oliver Clarke
Role: Webmaster
Oliver is a retired Police Sergeant who moved from Manchester to Ayrshire when he retired. He used to live in Saltcoats and worship at South Beach Baptist Church, but he and his wife Naomi have since moved to Newmilns.

Oliver built and looks after this website and although he used to be the mainstay of the transport side during the early years, is now involved mainly in an administrative and advisory capacity.