Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Dated: 03/15/2013

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At its convenient Randolph location, the Morris Habitat for Humanity ReStore gives people the opportunity to donate or purchase a wide variety of items.  From doors, windows, paint, and hardware to furniture, artwork, appliances, rugs, and even kitchen sinks and cabinets, the ReStore has it for sale or will accept it for donation.  All proceeds go to Morris Habitat for Humanity’s goal of providing decent, affordable housing in the community through partnerships with volunteers and families in need. 

The volunteers in the store are friendly and helpful and the store is neat and organized.  Donating items is convenient and easy and you can obtain a receipt for tax purposes.  While the prices are non-negotiable, you will find that they are very reasonable and you can even pay with a credit/debit card if you’d like.  Friday is their discount day when seniors (55+) and active or former military members with ID can receive a 10% discount.  If you’re not interested in donating or purchasing items, you can also look into the many volunteer opportunities that are available.

Support the ReStore and you will be helping the environment by recycling and you’ll be helping the community by being an active supporter of affordable home ownership.  Hope to see you there!

LOCATION:  At the corner of Rte. 10 West and Salem Street, 274 South Salem St., Randolph, NJ  07869

INFORMATION:  973-366-3358 or

HOURS:  W/F, 10am -6pm; Th, 10am-8pm; Sat. 10am-5pm; Sun., Noon-5pm

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