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ReStore to reopen on June 1

HUNTINGTON, West Virginia — Habitat for Humanity of the Tri-State’s ReStore has resumed free pick-up of donations and will accept donation drop-offs from 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. at 240 Third Ave. in Huntington.

The ReStore is set to reopen to the public on Wednesday, June 1 at 10 a.m.

The ReStore will open to the public with the number of customers allowed inside the store limited to 18.

Once the store is at capacity, a ReStore employee will monitor the entrance and will allow new customers to enter once others exit the store.

ReStore hours will be 10 a.m.–4 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

Each day from 9-10 a.m., vulnerable shoppers who are 60 years and older or those with health-related issues may shop.
All staff will wear masks and customers are encouraged to do the same. High-touch surfaces, including countertops, shopping carts, door handles and knobs, will be cleaned and disinfected frequently. ReStore customers should follow directional signs for traffic flow throughout the store, and should practice appropriate social distancing while shopping and at the cashier line. The use of credit cards or debit cards will be encouraged, and all sales will be FINAL – no refunds or returns will be allowed.

Beginning June 1, items can also be purchased over the phone, and customers will have 24 hours to pick up purchases inside the store or an employee can deliver car side in the ReStore parking lot.

To schedule a free pick-up for donations, please call the ReStore at 304-781-1333. ReStore staff will only pick up donations that are located in the garage, on the front porch or left outside. Staff will not be permitted indoors. As donations are received, they will be cleaned and sanitized before being sent to the showroom.

Beginning June 1, customers are encouraged to check the Facebook page daily at https://www.facebook.com/HFHTSRestore/ for updates on items available for purchase, as well as other information.

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of the Tri-State brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Their service area includes Cabell County, West Virginia, Lawrence and Scioto counties in Ohio and Boyd and Greenup counties in Kentucky.

For more information on how to become involved or volunteer, please call (304) 523-4822, visit them online at www.hfhtristate.org or follow on Facebook at Habitat for Humanity of the Tri-State.