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Don’t Dump It! Donate It to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore

January/February 2015


Don’t Dump it! Donate It and Deduct It! – New and used building materials and household products are accepted at the local Habitat for Humanity ReStore.

  • I’m remodeling my kitchen and my cabinets are in good condition. What can I do with them?
  • My new furniture comes next week. Who will pick up my gently used furniture?
  • I’m cleaning my garage and have things too good to throw in the landfill. Who can use them?
  • I want a tax deduction for my donation. Which group is a non-profit and not a private business?

The Habitat ReStore in Gurnee is ready to accept your donations today! We welcome new and gently used items including:

  • Cabinets
  • Appliances
  • Lighting
  • Furniture
  • Sinks and counter tops
  • Windows
  • Toilets and tubs
  • Tools
  • Doors
  • Flooring
  • Yard tools
  • Patio/yard items
  • Commercial displays
  • Manufacturer overruns

Your donation allows a hard-working family living in an attic or basement to move into a simple, decent, affordable, healthy, energy-effecient home. Your support makes a permanent difference in the lives of the children who can now thrive without continual moves from apartment to relative. Your call with a donation will help people living about 20 minutes from our town, right here in Lake County. Your donation will make a difference.

As you clean out your basement or garage, donate to the Habitat ReStore. And as you remodel your home or business please shop with us.

Contact us: donations@habitatlc.org or call 847-249-3160.

Drop off: 3545 Grand Avenue, Gurnee (1/4 mile east of Route #41 on the south side of Grand Avenue. Look for the ReStore sign just above the Salvation Army sign.

Pick-up: Our two trucks are ready to come to your house or business for larger items.

Hours: Tuesday-Friday: 9am-6pm Saturday: 9am-5pm Sunday-Monday: Closed

The habitat for Humanity Restore reminds you to Reduce, Reuse and ReStore.


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