The Farmington Hills Habitat for Humanity ReStore, 28575 Grand River, will celebrate a grand re-opening September 30, with a 12 p.m. ribbon cutting ceremony that is open to the public.
Open to the public, ReStores are cost-effective outlets for home improvement and do-it-yourself projects. Quality used and surplus building materials and home improvement supplies are available at reduced prices, and profits from the ReStore will support Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County’s mission to build and renovate homes, helping local families achieve stability and self-reliance.
ReStore Farmington will be open Wednesdays through Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
“If residents and businesses in Oakland County can choose our ReStore to donate their furniture and appliances when they replace or remodel we would have enough to provide to our community,” said Frank Kessler, Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County ReStore Manager.
Residential and corporate donors can schedule pick-up for large ReStore donations by visiting habitatoakland.org/restore. Retailers replacing appliances and furniture, remodelers and contractors, should call Jackie at 248-365-4090.
The grand re-opening celebration is open to the community and will include door prizes, sales, and many surprises. Learn more and register at gfachamber.com, or call Cheryl at 248-919-6917.
Correction: The store’s address has been added to the original post.