Paterson Habitat for Humanity ReStore to Host 2nd Annual Earth Day Sale and Recycling Event

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* Wayne - New Jersey - US

WAYNE, N.J. - March 21, 2014 - PRLog -- March 21, 2014 – Wayne, NJ:  The Habitat for Humanity ReStore at 415 Hamburg Turnpike, Wayne, NJ is holding a sale and recycling event at the store on Saturday, April 26 in honor of Earth Day.  From 10 5 p.m., shoppers will enjoy 20% savings on their ENTIRE purchase of gently-used donated furniture, appliances, home décor items, building materials and hardware.  This family-friendly event will also include music, free food and children’s activities. All proceeds benefit Paterson Habitat for Humanity, which has built over 250 homes for hardworking families.

Aside from great bargains, the event will serve as a destination for easy recycling and reuse.  Visitors who bring items to donate will receive a coupon for 20% off a future purchase.  Please check our website for a list of acceptable items. All donations must be in immediately sellable condition.

The Paterson ReStore is open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10am-5pm, Thursday 10am-8pm, and Sunday 12pm-5pm.  The ReStore is closed on Monday and Tuesday.  Cash, debit cards, Discover, Visa and Mastercard are accepted. Donation drop offs can be made during store hours, or for larger items call 973-782-6996 to schedule a pick-up.

About Paterson Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Located at 415 Hamburg Turnpike, Wayne, NJ 07470, the Paterson Habitat ReStore is a social enterprise of Paterson Habitat for Humanity.  It was established in 2012 to be a self-sustaining funding source for PHFH and to provide our local community with low-cost building and home improvement materials.  The ReStore sells donated materials including new and gently used furniture, appliances, lumber, hardware, vintage and unique items to the public.  All prices are at least 50% off retail value and all proceeds from the ReStore are used toward the Habitat for Humanity mission to end substandard housing worldwide.  For more information, please visit or the store’s Facebook page at

About Paterson Habitat for Humanity

Paterson Habitat helps low-income families afford homes by offering them zero-interest mortgages and building new homes with volunteer construction teams and the volunteer labor of the homeowner families. The organization has served over 260 families since it began in Paterson in 1984.  For more information, please visit and find out how you can donate or volunteer today.


Lucia Fitzgerald

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