RANDOLPH, NJ – Ten club members of the GFWC Woman's Club of the Denville-Rockaway area participated in its fifth year of volunteering on Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Morris Habitat ReStore in Randolph.
The women cleaned and re-arranged items on the shelves in the Knick-Knack Nook section of the store and hung artwork. They also dusted the furniture and light fixtures.
According to the Habitat for Humanity website, Habitat ReStores are independently owned reuse stores operated by local Habitat for Humanity organizations that accept donations and sell home improvement items to the public at discounted prices. “Proceeds are used to help build strength, stability, self-reliance and shelter in local communities and around the world.”
Opened in Randolph in 2007, Morris Habitat ReStore’s “profits from selling discount furniture and used appliances have funded the construction of 22 affordable homes for low-income and middle-income families,” its website states.
To learn more about volunteer opportunities with the store, visit morrisrestore.org/volunteer.
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