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ReStore Recap: From Window Installations to Toys for Tots!

The Twin Cities Habitat ReStore team is geared up and ready for the holiday season. With new DIY projects, donations, and ways to get involved with our ReStore. Check out what's new on the Restoration Blog!

A New Home for Remodeled Furnishings

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When it came time for the EagleCrest community in Roseville to embark on a remodel project, the residents wanted to make sure things didn’t get thrown away during construction. This would make for a perfect partnership between Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore and Presbyterian Homes, the parent company of EagleCrest.

 

Here Comes the Cold... And New Windows!

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What you should consider before installing a window on your own

You need new windows. You did your research and you've picked out the perfect windows for your home. You’re not quite sure what you’re getting yourself into, but you’ve decided you want to install the windows yourself. 

Well, there are some things you should take into consideration before installing those perfect windows. Pay close attention, because it's definitely something you want to get right on the first try!

'Tis the Season to Give and say Thank You 

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Toys for Tots at ReStore

Toy collection has begun, and it will run through Saturday, December 15. Members of the local community are incited to drop new, unwrapped toys in collection boxes at our stores during regular business hours (Tues - Fri, 10am - 6pm and Sat 10am - 4pm). At Christmas, Toys for Tots Coordinators, with the assistance of local social welfare agencies, church groups, and other local community agencies, distribute the toys to the less fortunate children of the community. 

How to Donate to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Looking to find a new home for your current appliances, furniture, construction materials, tools, or other home goods? Look no further than Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore home improve! When you donate to ReStore, you’ll keep good, reusable items out of landfills. Proceeds from the sale of those donated items also support the building of safe, stable Habitat homes for local families.

Thankful for the ReStore

The holiday season is quickly approaching which means planning your gatherings have begun! Twin Cities Habitat Restore outlets can provide what you need to make that get-together a success. From fantastic dining sets to all the supplies you’ll need to create your DIY holiday project, you'll want to check the ReStore!

 

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Anna Skemp

Anna Skemp

Anna Skemp is the Marketing and Events Associate. Anna aspires to help others and create positive community. She graduated from The College of Saint Benedict with a communication degree and a strong desire to work in the non-profit sphere. Anna arrived at Habitat for Humanity after internships with The Children’s Hospital and Clinics of Minnesota and Youth Frontiers. She is a music lover, a yoga enthusiast, and a firm believer in smiling.

Topics: 2018, ReStore

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