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Our new ReStore is now open!

hfhrestore_s_jpg-web_2.jpgOn January 30, Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County hosted a VIP Grand Opening event at its new ReStore, located at 45 South Street in Freehold, for over 125 special guests and included a performance of the Sing n Swing Kidz from Howell. The reception provided a sneak peek for guests to preview merchandise and the store before its Grand Opening on January 31. 

The following day, the store officially opened at the site of the former Silvert's Furniture Store. The Habitat's resale outlet moves to its new home from 41 Throckmorton St., where it's been operating since 2002. After a ceremonial ribbon cutting, the first 100 customers received special gift bags commemorating the opening. Breakfast was  provided by Freehold Savings Bank and 95.9 WRAT broadcasted live from the location from 10 am - 12 pm. 

"This store gives us a better opportunity to serve our community and serve more families while also serving the greater community with quality goods," said Chris Andreasen, Vice President of Habitat's Board of Directors. "We are thrilled to be able to build a business that will help the future of this organization."

The ReStore is a national Habitat model that brings operating revenue back into the affiliate to help fund affordable housing projects. The inventory for the store is donated from individuals, corporations or other organization from across Habitat in Monmouth's footprint. However, the store relies on volunteers for much of much of its daily operations. To become a ReStore volunteer click here for more information.

To view pictures of the new store and celebrations visit our Flickr

Additional news coverage was provided by News 12, see below for our coverage: