News : ReStore stocked up on reused items for your home

Apr 11, 2011

By Scott Szycher

Portsmouth Herald (Seacoast Online)

DOVER — The Habitat for Humanity ReStore has seen steady growth since opening in 2008, when it began selling donated furniture and appliances at a reasonable price.

"Our earning customers one at a time is entirely consistent with Habitat for Humanity's philosophy," said Tom Boisvert, president of the Habitat for Humanity's Southeast New Hampshire affiliate. "Our first mission is to help the community, and when we succeed at that, growth follows."

Operating from a 10,000-square-foot space behind Central Street, ReStore stocks donated cabinets, appliances, furniture, tools and building materials, new and used. That includes doors, windows, tile, hardwood flooring, light fixtures and kitchen sinks. Visit the Seacoast Online website to continue reading!