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The HHEB ReStore working to earn $12K for April’s Home is the Key

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The Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns ReStore, located at 44 Fort Rd. in Sheridan, is working to raise $12,000 during the month of April. 

While appearing on Sheridan Media’s Public Pulse, ReStore Manager Brad Howard said the products sold at the ReStore are donated by members of the Sheridan community. 

B. Howard 

Minor wear and tear is acceptable and staff perform repairs to items when needed. But Howard does ask that if an item is beyond reasonable use, to please take the item or building materials to a landfill. 

After a thorough inspection for quality and in some cases, function, the items are placed on the shelves to be purchased by not only HHEB partner families, but everyone. 

B. Howard 

According to HHEB, the ReStore plays a critical role in raising funds for the construction and home repair projects. Every purchase made at the store directly benefits HHEB’s affordable housing efforts in Sheridan County. Currently, Habitat is partnering with ten families in Sheridan County to build their homes.

B. Howard 

According to HHEB, reaching this goal will help ensure the longevity of Habitat programs in Sheridan County. 

To learn more about Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns’ Home is the Key campaign, and find a link to donate, click here.  

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