Mount Vernon News

By Mount Vernon News
January 28, 2014 11:42 am EST


MOUNT VERNON — Most people are aware of the building projects that take place with Habitat For Humanity where deserving families are provided decent, affordable housing. But not everyone knows about the other offerings of HFH.

If you are currently working on a project of remodeling, building or repairing, you need to pay a visit to HFH’s ReStore, a nonprofit home improvement store and donation center located at 13246 Wooster Road in the former Loma Linda plant. “ReStore is a huge part of what we do now,” said current HFH board member Tony Bull. “ReStore is where we sell donated building materials. It can sometimes be furniture, cabinets and other things like that.”

HFH is not in the business of purchasing items for resale. All articles being sold at ReStore have been donated. The first priority is for items to be used in the building program. Those not needed in current building projects are displayed for sale at ReStore.

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