Bellevue opens region's fifth Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Local shoppers seeking discounted home renovation supplies can now look no farther than the new Habitat for Humanity ReStore, which opened recently on Donnermeyer Drive, in a shopping center that has long housed Goodwill, Big Lots and other discount merchants.
The new Bellevue Restore is the fifth of its kind in the region and will feature salvaged appliances, cabinets, furniture, building products and other household items.
The nonprofit, Christian housing ministry Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati (HFHGC) is the group behind the ReStore project. The Greater Cincinnati chapter opened in 1986 in efforts, according to the group’s website, to, “…build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.”
HFHGC salvages items from demolished and abandoned properties throughout the region. According to its website, the group is responsible for diverting up to 500 tons of waste from local landfills each year.
Visit the HFHGC website for more information.

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