Habitat For Humanity Of Greater Chattanooga Opening Re-Stores To Accept Donations

Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Habitat for Humanity announced Tuesday that their ReStores at 9408 Apison Pk. and 1150 East 14th St. will be reopening to accept donations from the public.  The stores were recently shuttered due to concerns regarding COVID-19.

Beginning Thursday the stores will be open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. to accept donations. Donations will be accepted each week from Tuesday thru Friday at both locations. Items accepted include new and gently used appliances, furniture, home accessories and building materials.  At this time, no home pick-ups will be scheduled and the stores are only open to receive donations.  

Glenn Golden, district manager for ReStore, noted that each item received will be cleaned before being made available to the public.  

He said, “We know the importance of  Habitat’s ReStores to the community.  With the recent Easter tornadoes and storms, we want to be available to accept items that we can then make available to those who are rebuilding their lives.  Our stores play a valuable role in instances like this and we will do all we can to make sure our stores are thoroughly cleaned and ready to assist those in need.” 

For more information regarding particular types of donations, calls may be made to 423-634-1004.

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