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Habitat ReStore Moves to Bigger Facility in Maple Shade

ReStore is reportedly moving because it has outgrown its location in Cinnaminson.

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A year after undergoing a massive redesign, Habitat for Humanity's ReStore is on the move.

Habitat for Humanity is moving to a larger facility in Maple Shade, the Cinnaminson Sun reports. The new location is 530 Route 38 East, about 10 miles from the Taylor Lane location.

The move was made because ReStore has outgrown its location in Cinnaminson, according to the report.

The ReStore is a retail operation open to the public that supports Habitat for Humanity’s Affordable Homeownership Program by selling new and gently used household items and building materials to the general public at steeply discounted prices.

The money raised in the store helps to purchase materials, and also cover other expenses, to construct affordable homes for families in the Affordable Homeownership Program.

ReStore celebrated its seventh anniversary in July.

For more on ReStore, visit Habitat for Humanity's Burlington County website.
Sarah April 03, 2014 at 12:27 PM
True Mike915 but it was nice to have it so close to home.
Mike915 April 03, 2014 at 02:59 PM
Habitat for Humanity is a non profit organization therefore it is tax exempt. Cinnaminson did not lose any tax revenue by them leaving and Maple Shade could not offer them any tax deals. All money made by the store is used to fund the work of building houses.
John April 03, 2014 at 07:02 PM
So how many businesses in this area get that status....Just curious...
Brian N April 03, 2014 at 08:15 PM
I would guess any non-profit gets that status


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