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Help Moore through Joplin Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore

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News release from Joplin Area Habitat for Humanity

The Joplin Area Habitat for Humanity ReStorewill be working to assist in the rebuilding efforts of Moore, Oklahoma, bydonating all gross sales from the week of June 4th to June 8th.  Our community has been through so much andcome so far since the May 22nd tornado, and our hearts go out toeverything Moore, Oklahoma is experiencing. Joplin Habitat looks to assist this community by starting with thisdonation.

Alongwith our mission to partner with families in need to build safe, affordable homes,our ReStore has done tremendous work serving the community.

The JoplinArea Habitat for Humanity ReStore is located at 315 S. Blackcat Road in Joplin. The mission of the ReStore is to provide additional funding to supportour house building goals, expand opportunities to serve a broader base of thecommunity by providing low cost materials, and to divert construction andhousehold materials from landfills and protect the environment.

ReStoresaccept donations of construction materials, appliances, home furnishings, andmuch more.  The ReStore offers the uniqueopportunity to give, resell, and recycle.

Please donate to this effort by giving andshopping at our ReStore.  Our hours ofoperation are Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00 to 4:00.  We also pick up donations as well so pleasecall 417-782-7467 to learn how you can become involved in this effort.

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