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New ReStore to benefit local Habitat for Humanity efforts

 

By Melissa Robinson
Contributing Editor 

  The Southern Crescent’s Habitat for Humanity has had a presence in Henry County for 26 years and will now offer an even bigger impact with it’s new ReStore, to open on Saturday, December 7, 2013 in McDonough.

The new Habitat ReStore in McDonough will resell donated items and use the proceeds to support Habitat for Humanity.

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  Remodeling the kitchen and not sure what to do with your old cabinets? Changing out your curtains or appliances and looking to donate them? The Habitat ReStore is looking for donations of gently used home décor, furniture, paint, building supplies, tools and other items to be sold in the store, with the proceeds going to support Habitat for Humanity’s mission of providing decent and affordable housing to those in need.

  Melissa Chapman, Chief Executive Officer for the Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, said the ReStore will offer a unique opportunity for the organization to have a physical presence in the community, which it has served for well over two decades.

  One of more than 700 stores of its kind across the United States, the 19,000 square foot space will feature a large sales floor as well as offices for staff and a room to serve as a meeting place.

  “The space will lend itself not only to the store and offices, but other community events and classes for participants and volunteers,” said Chapman.

  Chapman said the store is going to be a wonderful resource to those looking for a good bargain.

  “It’s going to be a treasure hunter’s paradise,” said Chapman. “We have a lot of DIYers who will be able to find great deals and unique items.”

  She said the store is looking for donations of hard goods, and even leftover building supplies, from individuals, contractors or businesses, and donations are tax deductible.

  “The store is going to build homes and hope in our community, and give us an opportunity to serve families in a way we never have before,” she said.

  The Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore is located at 465 Highway 20 West, McDonough, Georgia 30253, near Avalon Church. To schedule a free pick-up of donated goods, call 678-782-5111. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. beginning on December 7.

 

 

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