Habitat for Humanity ReStore new Fall hours - KLFY News 10

Habitat for Humanity ReStore new Fall hours

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Are you looking to donate or buy new or used furniture? The Habitat for Humanity ReStore could be just the place for you.

Located on East Pinhook Road, the ReStore provides affordable materials for home owners on a tight budget. From furniture to lighting fixtures, the ReStore receives new donations daily. All proceeds from the store contribute to the construction of new Habitat for Humanity homes.

"All of the profits for the Lafayette Habitat for Humanity ReStore goes to Habitat for Humanities building programs so every purchase that is made at the ReStore goes to support our home building program in Lafayette." says Melinda Taylor, the Executive Director of Lafayette Habitat for Humanity.

The ReStore also has new business hours. They're open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. So be sure to stop by to help out a good cause.

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