There's a forest of Christmas trees currently in our ReStore lobby waiting for a good home!
All are in decent shape and several are prewired with lights. Two towering trees -- a 12 footer and a 10 footer -- are especially great deals and they, too, are prewired with lights!
We've also received a good selection of holiday themed decorations and knicknacks -- all at rock bottom prices!
So stop by and check us out first before you spend big bucks on a new tree or decorations. You'll save money and feel good knowing your purchase goes to our Habitat for Humanity building program!
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To kick off the holiday giving season, "Giving Tuesday" is a movement to create a national day of philanthropy after a series of intense shopping days.
If you plan to take part in this national day in the spirit of this gift-giving season, we'd be honored if you chose Habitat Pinellas for your designated donation today!
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Check out this awesome Tampa Bay Times article about our ReStore: "Habitat PInellas ReStore is place to go for bargains for home."
As you shop this holiday season, don't forget our ReStore is a great resource for repurposing projects that make those special one-of-a-kind gifts. We also have several gently used Christmas trees for sale in our lobby! After the holidays, as you make room for your new furniture and appliances, we ask you to remember the ReStore to donate the items they will replace!
Our ReStore is a bargain hunter's dream! Explore our store to find great deals on gently used building and home improvement items like plumbing/lighting fixtures, doors, windows, furniture and appliances. The best part? All sales benefit our affordable home building program to help struggling families in our community!
SHOP: A Home Improvement Center that Lends a Helping Hand!
Habitat ReStore is a non-profit retail store where new and gently used building materials and home furnishings are sold at deeply discounted prices. Often people want to donate these things for use in our Habitat homes. However, it is not practical, efficient or economical to adjust building plans to accommodate most donated materials. The ReStore is our solution for turning these donations from generous and environmentally concerned individuals and businesses into money to build homes for families.
DONATE: Support Our Mission and Help the Environment
Habitat ReStore accepts new and gently used construction items, home improvement products and furniture that is in good, working condition. Donating to the ReStore is a GREEN way to help your community. Each year, the ReStore spares more than 400 tons of good, usable (sometimes brand new) materials from the Pinellas County landfill. Items We Accept List
SHOP - DONATE - VOLUNTEER!Comments
The Habitat for Humanity Administrative Offices and the ReStore will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th.
The ReStore will reopen on "Small Business Saturday," November 30th from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
More info on our ReStore!
On this day, and everyday, we give thanks for our Habitat supporters!
HAPPY THANKSGIVING from the staff at Habitat Pinellas!Comments
See more pics in our Picasa web album!
We were doubly pleased to dedicate two more Habitat homes this weekend in our Dunedin townhome community, Shady Grove! Congratulations to the Bostrom and Troupe families whose homes were blessed and dedication on Saturday, November 23rd amongst Habitat supporters and their Shady Grove neighbors.
Special thanks to Juneau Colleur of Valpak and David Gerald of Anona First United Methodist Church who presented gifts to the family during the dedication. Many thanks to our Homeowner Services volunteers, Carol Dunn and Selim Aktel, for their guidance of the Bostrom and Troupe families as they worked to complete the requirements of our Habitat program. Selim, also a Habitat homeowner in the Shady Grove community, presented the families with the keys to their new homes. We were also pleasantly surprised when Dunedin Mayor Dave Eggers dropped by to congratulate the families.
Welcome home to the Bostrom and Troupe families!
PHOTOS: Above, Diane and William Troupe with their extended family on the porch of their new home. Below, Jace and Larissa Bostrom with their daughters in front of their new home.Comments