I've heard the name "Habitat for Humanity" a thousand times, but today was the first that I have ever done anything with the organization.
Habitat for Humanity is known for building and renovating houses for people in need. The majority of the funds for the houses comes from the ReStore, a thrift store where people donate new and used items to be resold.
This morning the four of us met Christena Panzone, the HFH ReStore Director, at the ReStore in Kingsland, Georgia.
Christena gave us a tour of the donations side of the ReStore and also walked us through the store itself.
After our tour, we donated a few things that we had brought from our RV (see right). Stephanie and I, along with the the girls, then helped organize a section of the store that had out-of-place items piled on top of each other. We sorted and put away tea cups, computer keyboards, Easter decorations, lamps, pet supplies, and a bunch of other knickknacks.
Check back this weekend. There is a house construction underway in Kingsland and I am going to be working on the roof Saturday morning.
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