A new step, a new perspective, a new leaf, a New Life.

We help people get started.

Want to volunteer?

Volunteers help with:

  • Sorting donations during the week.
  • Picking up the donations.
  • Help with small and large deliveries.

Text or call (813)-582-3603 or email nlwvolunteer@gmail.com

Helping others.

NLW proves necessities for kids going into and coming out of foster care.

We collect beds, tables, chairs, small couches, kitchen supplies, towels and all types of children items.

We also strive to help individuals get back on their feet after life traumas such as homelessness, addictions, abuse, as well as people coming out of prison.

Since March 2020

Served 160





Entire Homes



…And counting!

How can you help?

We are continuously accepting donations. Not only physical items, but also monetary donations as well.

Have items that you are needing to find a new home? Contact us, and we will get it from you.

  • Reach out.
  • We pick up.
  • We deliver.
  • Together we change lives.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“I will forever be grateful.”

“Thanks to New Life Warehouse my family can feel like our apartment is a safe place and truly ours. 
This lovely organization went above and beyond to meet all our needs and accommodate to my daughters medical conditions. 
I will forever be grateful to this organization. The highlight of the day was the amazing prayers.”

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“I am eternally grateful.”

“I am sooooooo thankful for the leather loveseat which New Life Warehouse provided me to welcome me to my new apartment in Tampa! As a disabled veteran who had not so long ago broke his hip and had a total hip replacement literally during a transitional period in his life, I am eternally grateful for my only seating in the apartment. It has served as a living room chair, my Covid 19 office and on occasion a bed. God bless.”

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Just wanted to say thank you.”

“I was referred to New Life Warehouse after transitioning to my first real apartment from a local human trafficking emergency shelter. Stephanie reached out to me and after hearing some of my story asked what did I need for my new place?I was taken aback by her kindness, and to be truthful quite skeptical to receive a gift that did not carry strings attached. Less than a week later Stephanie arrived at my apartment with two beautiful porch chairs, household items, and best of all, my very first houseplant! (Through a global pandemic no less!) Stephanie was very kind, and even offered to pray with me before she left. 
The only strings attached to her generosity was that I felt seen and most importantly, loved.
Just want to say thank you♥️🙏

To make your donations easier, below is our donations “cheat sheets”. Thank you for all that you do!

Below are links to the many organizations that we serve and get our referrals from. Click on each on to learn more about what they are all about.