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Habitat for Humanity and Their New Local ReStorative Effort

In late June, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami switched further into gear to bring their nonprofit restorative efforts closer to home.

With the grand opening of their new ReStore in Cutler Bay, they aim to offer customers home furnishings and appliances at an economical cost while shoppers get to contribute to a greater cause.

With locations in Broward and Key Largo, it seems it was about time the kind residents in between were brought into this collaborate effort.

As proceeds from the ReStore will fund Habitat for Humanity’s mission of helping build homes for those in need, customers can rest assured that their efforts to enhance their own homes will not be made in vain. At the ReStore, you can find any array of home furnishings and appliances, even building materials. Donations are also accepted at the ReStore, which makes this a doubly effective nonprofit establishment, and people can donate, purchase, and go home knowing they’re helping to create a “habitat” for someone else.

Not only that, but the staff is as bubbly and friendly as ever. Smiles all around, and with the latest hits playing in the background, one can’t help but be inspired to emphatically search through desks, bookcases, and sofas. Whether it be for a new home interior project, or simply to help someone in need of their own home in which to make memories, pass on the good fortune by heading over to ReStore to purchase a gift that will keep on giving

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