Plano, Texas (PRWEB) May 23, 2013
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore of South Collin County is continuing its celebration of Earth Day throughout the end of April and through May. Earth Day was held on April 22, but Habitat for Humanity of South Collin County will continue to promote environmental protection at its ReStore location at 1400 Summit Avenue in Plano, Texas.
A box will be set up outside the South Collin County ReStore so people can drop off used electronics - such as computers, PCs, desktops and more. The ReStore will then sell the reconditioned computers.
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore Plano will also have Cher Ewing Founder of PinTwist set up on site to show people how to redecorate, reorganize and re-purpose their home to be eco-friendly. The PinTwist site will be set up at the ReStore June 8 & 22. So visitors will be able to check it out while they shop for ideas on how to revitalize their homes.
Through May, all Habitat for Humanity ReStore of South Collin County employees will be wearing green to celebrate Earth Day and promote recycling
And a big 1/2 off sale on select items, i.e. wall art, new blinds, doors and windows and other in-store specials going on now.
Donations can be picked up or dropped off at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore of South Collin County. Visitors are encouraged to buy, donate or even volunteer at the ReStore. Support for the ReStore builds hope, homes and communities. The Habitat for Humanity ReStore has an ongoing need for donated items in several categories, including home decor, surplus building materials, appliances, furniture, warehouse items, fixtures, sporting and exercise equipment and home furnishings.
About the Company:
Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry. HFHI seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action.
Shop for beautiful new and used discount furniture, home appliances, home decor, fixtures and more at the Plano ReStore where money spent goes directly to serving the underprivileged in Plano, Allen, Wylie and more. For more information, visit http://www.Habitat-SCC.org/Restore.
HFH-SCC is creating partnerships in South Collin County, Texas to provide decent, affordable homes for deserving families while building foundations for community.