Group Helps Morris Habitat ReStore with Move
Morris Habitat’s ReStore, selling gently used items, has settled into their new location at 274 South Salem Street, Randolph. One of the groups that helped with the move included the National Exchange Carrier Association, Inc. (NECA), a membership association of U.S. local telephone companies. Left to right, Debbie Grella-Smith from Boonton Township, Rosa Venegas from Dover, Donna Simms from Franklin and Kathy Hixson from Bridgewater worked hard to help set up the new ReStore. Maggie Gillo from Livingston, who worked to organize the volunteer group, said that they all wished Morris Habitat the best of luck. The ReStore is open Wednesday-Sunday: 10am - 4pm and Thursdays until 8 pm!
About Morris Habitat for Humanity
Morris Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit housing ministry dedicated to providing decent, affordable housing for low-income families in Morris County, New Jersey. Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Morris Habitat builds and rehabilitates houses in partnership with families in need. Since 1985, Morris Habitat has served 235 families with its home ownership opportunities, home preservation, and international home building programs. In addition, proceeds from our ReStore, opened May 2007, have built six homes and diverted over 2,000 tons of useable material out of landfills. For more information about Morris Habitat call 973-891-1934 or visit www.MorrisHabitat.org. To learn about the ReStore, a retail operation that is open to the general public and which sells new and gently used building supplies, furniture, appliances and more, call 973-366-3358 or visit www.MorrisRestore.org.