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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Sussex Habitat's ReStore Needs More Appliances

Sussex County Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore is seeing a greater-than-usual need for kitchen appliances. ReStore accepts donations of working appliances up to 10 years old and sells them at a reduced price to families in need.

“The need for appliance donations rose again,” said Denise Jackson, ReStore manager. “I think as the economy picks up, many more people will be redoing their kitchens. When they do, we would like them to think of ReStore to recycle their old appliances. It keeps those big items out of the landfill, helps the family purchasing the appliance, and the money that comes to ReStore is used by Sussex County Habitat to build new homes with our partner families.


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