Habitat for Humanity Welcomes Corporate Donations

Do you know of a corporation or business who is looking to do something good in our community? Are they looking for a way to contribute to a worthwhile cause in a way that also benefits their brand? Are they struggling to find a solution for overstock items that are taking up valuable space in their warehouse?

Don’t worry, Habitat Halton-Mississauga is here to help! Every year, the ReStore (a social enterprise run by Habitat for Humanity’s and their team of volunteers) receives thousands of donations of products and goods from all types of corporations in our community. These donations are then sold at Habitat’s ReStore location to raise money to build affordable homes for local families in need of a safe place to live.

Donating to Habitat  is a win-win situation for our community and local businesses. It’s also an easy way to make a difference in the lives of local families who are struggling to put food on the table and a roof over their heads. Items that are taking up valuable warehouse space, such as product that may have been mis-packaged, damaged, returned, discontinued, are end-of-line or considered overstock can all can be donate to the ReStore in exchange for a charitable tax receipt.

Donating is quick and easy — all corporations have to do is pick up the phone and call 289-208-5608 or email . Habitat Halton-Mississauga’s Procurement Manager, Charles Digiovanni, will walk them through the process and make donating to the ReStores a breeze. Items can also be dropped off at local ReStore locations in Mississauga (4500 Dixie Road), Milton (25 Brown Street) or Burlington (1800 Appleby Line).

What are you waiting for? Spread the word and help Habitat change the lives of local families in need through corporate donations.

Call Charles Digiovanni at 289-208-5608 or emailfor more information.

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