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February 19, 2014

Q5: ReStore helps fund Habitat

STILLWATER, Okla. — Jennifer Dault is the ReStore manager for the Stillwater Habitat for Humanity, which is located at 505 E. 18th Ave.

1 What is Stillwater Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore?

A program of Stillwater Habitat for Humanity, the ReStore sells overstocked, discontinued, new and used building materials and household items donated by stores, contractors and individuals in the community. All proceeds from selling the donated items contribute to Habitat for Humanity’s building program.

2 How does ReStore get merchandise to sell?

Merchandise is received as donations from individuals, contractors and stores in our community.

3 What kinds of items can be donated?

We accept appliances, building materials, cabinets and countertops, doors and windows, light fixtures, electrical, flooring, furniture, hardware, toilets, sinks, tubs — we take just about anything you need to remodel and outfit your home.

4 How can the community donate items?

Donors may drop off items in the convenient donation drive-through  during normal business hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. If an item won’t fit in your car or truck, then call 405-372-8100 to schedule pickup services for larger items. With the weather warming up, start your spring cleaning now and donate unwanted items to ReStore.

5 How does ReStore benefit the community?

The ReStore not only offers great products at significantly discounted prices, it is also a major source of fundraising for Stillwater Habitat for Humanity which strives to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from our community and all over the world by building adequate and basic housing.


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