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Habitat for Humanity taking volunteers for its secondhand store

The Door County Habitat for Humanity has great opportunities to volunteer at their secondhand store. It’s called ReStore and people can donate furniture, appliances and other major household items. All the proceeds from the store go right back into the community through Door County Habitat for Humanity. ReStore needs volunteers to help organize and clean the store as well as making displays. Megan Dietz is the manager and director of ReStore and she says anyone can stop by and start helping almost immediately.

 

 

ReStore accepts volunteers of all ages but does ask a parent to assist if a child wants to help out. Dietz added that volunteers can work whenever their schedules allow them to do so.

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