Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland’s Executive Director, Tammy Johnson, announced that the Habitat ReStore of Cleveland will be hosting a food drive for The Caring Place.
Everyone is welcome to stop by the ReStore on Friday and Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and drop non-perishable food items into The Caring Place barrels. The ReStore is at 300 Grove Ave. SW, Cleveland.
Ms. Johnson said, “While donors are at the ReStore bringing food items, they can shop the Memorial Day Sale, where everything in the store will be 20% off, except flooring, which will be 10% off the retail price. Your purchases will help a local non-profit continue building homes for Bradley County families in need of safe, decent and affordable homes.”
Corinne Freeman, executive director for The Caring Place said, “Food and shelter are essential resources. Now, more than ever, we need your help to ensure your neighbors have access to those needs. The Habitat Restore Memorial Day Sale and Food Drive is a great way to help accomplish that goal.
“We are asking for donations of cereal, canned soups, jelly, and other non-perishable food items to be dropped off as you purchase supplies for your new home project. Food items will help meet the need for food in our community and your purchase helps families move into new homes! We love partnering with Habitat to ensure that our community has access to the resources needed during this time! Thank you, Habitat, for your support."