On July 25 Bridged Bieber of Household Goods in Acton spoke at our luncheon meeting. We were quickly captivated by her enthusiasm for the work done by this incredible non-profit. Each year, Household Goods furnishes over 2,500 homes with 60,000 pieces of furniture and smaller household items. Many of the people who need Household Goods are recently homeless, veterans, survivors of domestic violence, low income, immigrants, victims of disaster, or are coping with illness or disability. They are referred to Household Goods by one of hundreds of social services agencies in Massachusetts. Bridget recounted stories about families who had received help from Household Goods and about amazing volunteers who enthusiastically carry out its mission. Here is Bridged, fielding questions from inquisitive Rotarians.