Thanks once again to several Ethan Allen stores for donating home goods to our ReStore this Summer. In addition to their large donation we just unloaded two trucks worth of goods from Baker College of Flint. Thanks to these organizations for not only helping the Habitat ReStore maintain useful donations but also by keeping items out of the landfill.
As Summer turns to Fall you may want to think about cleaning your outdoor shed or garage one last time to remove those large items so that you can make room for your snow shovel or vehicle before Old Man Winter hits. If you no longer want that patio furniture, slightly used lawnmower or weed whip then now is the time to schedule a free pickup of three or more large items that won’t fit in your vehicle. We’ll be glad to pick them up and put them in ours. And remember all donations are tax deductible.
You may have seen our ReStore has sent out a monthly email blast that is chocked full of the latest items being donated along with discounted items and special coupons. Be sure to click the sign up button so you won’t miss out on fabulous deals. Stop by the ReStore this week and see what’s new and waiting just for you.
As Summer is upon us and the weather is warming the ReStore has been busy gathering and stocking up on new and gently used merchandise. Our community has really stepped up and has been donating to our mission to keep useable home goods out of the landfill. This year alone over 400,00 pounds have been diverted from the landfill. Your household goods can be recycled back into the community and sold at the ReStore to raise funds and help build houses in Genesee County. Please stop by to see what we have to help with your summer DIY projects and help Genesee County Habitat for Humanity build homes, communities, and hope.
As we round the corner on our fifth year at our current location 101 Burton Street in Flint, we would like to thank our most recent corporate donors: (left to right) Foutch Video, Holiday Inn Gateway Center, and Baker College of Flint for the generous donations of merchandise this month.
Please visit, shop, and donate to the Restore! We’re open Tuesday – Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. New items arrive daily, so the more often you shop the better your chances of finding the treasures you desire for upcoming DIY projects.
Donations are accepted any time we are open and we offer a free pickup service if you live in Genesee County!
Genesee County Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit Christian housing ministry that works to build a world where everyone has a decent place to live.