Home Furnishings Retailer Makes $1 Million Product Donation Commitment to Habitat for Humanity ReStores

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ATGStores.com is increasing its annual Habitat for Humanity product donation amount to $1 million in 2016, which will boost inventory at 24 of Habitat’s ReStore resale outlets.

ATGStores.com channel manager Elizabeth Sherman assists with a Habitat for Humanity ReStore donation.

We enjoy working with Habitat for Humanity here in our community, and we’re excited about the opportunity to broaden the scope of our philanthropic mission.

Online furnishings retailer ATGStores.com is renewing its commitment to Habitat for Humanity through a product donation with a retail value of $1 million, up from $500,000 last year, and products are already being shipped to Habitat for Humanity ReStores nationwide.

This is the third year ATGStores.com has donated goods to Habitat ReStores as part of its All That’s Good Deeds philanthropy program, which the company began in 2014 with a focus in local volunteer and donation campaigns. Now, ATGStores.com seeks to expand the All That’s Good Deeds program to include more far-reaching projects with nonprofits.

“We enjoy working with Habitat for Humanity here in our community, and we’re excited about the opportunity to broaden the scope of our philanthropic mission,” said ATGStores.com president Michelle Newbery. “We’re always looking for new ways to give back, and this gives us a chance to bring all that’s good to even more people.”

ATGStores.com currently supplies nine Habitat ReStores with donated furniture, lighting, hardware and more, with plans to donate to 15 more stores before the new donation period ends.

“We take great pride in helping Habitat for Humanity offer its customers a great experience – the same as we do for ours,” said ATGStores.com purchasing and fulfillment director Donna Miller. “We process every donation individually to make sure ReStore locations receive high-quality products.”

Habitat ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell building materials, appliances, new and gently used furniture, and home accessories at a fraction of the retail price. With nearly 900 Habitat ReStores across the U.S., proceeds allow Habitat to help more families build and improve their homes.

“Habitat for Humanity is grateful to continue its partnership with ATGStores.com,” said Colleen Finn Ridenhour, deputy director of Corporate, Foundation and Institutional Relations at Habitat for Humanity International. “Because of this continued support, more families across the U.S. will have the opportunity to improve their lives and their communities.”

ATGStores.com, a Lowe's company since 2011, takes projects from concept to completion by offering every customer high-touch customer care, a curated selection of high-quality home furnishings, interior design services and professional installation for a seamless shopping experience. The company features more than one million products in a host of different categories, from lighting and furniture to hardware and decor. To learn more, visit ATGStores.com or email questions to press(at)atgstores(dot)com.

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