HAMILTON, NJ --  The  Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County and Greater Trenton-Princeton recently announced the opening of its second ReStore that will be located in Hamilton Township's Independence Plaza on South Broad Street where shoppers can find good deals at affordable prices for a great cause.  

The organization has a major presence in Hamilton through its housing programs. In the same neighborhood surrounding the ReStore, Habitat has two new affordable homes under construction as well as numerous repair projects for low to moderate-income homeowners.  All purchases support Habitat for Humanity’s local affordable housing initiatives. 

“Hamilton has been a wonderful partner in bringing more affordable homes to the community and stepping up to address the need for repairs for low-income homeowners.  With the ReStore, we can further our partnership with the town by providing jobs, volunteer opportunities, and wonderful home goods for locals to purchase," said Habitat’s CEO, Lori Leonard.  

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The ReStore is Habitat for Humanity’s retail operation that is open to the public, selling discounted housewares and building materials.  Donated items, new and used, from residents and local business with inventory always changing.

Fore more information about Habitat for Humanity ReStore locally, visit www.habitatbcgtp.org/restore, or call (856) 439 - 6717.

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