TOP PHOTO: The Habitat Re-Store is between Lindsay’s Furniture and Appliance and Common Ground Coffee Shop.

Holiday decorations and items go on sale today! Lights, Christmas trees and tons of holiday home décor items will be on sale.

By Charlotte Underwood

LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – The Habitat for Humanity Re-store has lots of great deals every weekend with funds raised going to build houses for local people in the county.

Holiday decorations and items go on sale today! Lights, Christmas trees and tons of holiday home décor items will be on sale.

You just never know what may be up for sale at the Habitat Re-Store as new inventory arrives weekly.

From used furniture and appliances to doors, sinks, clothes and much more, the local Habitat store has a lot to choose from. The store also has a large selection of glassware, knickknacks, books, used electronics and curiosities to browse through. New weekly donations keep the choices changing, so be sure to check back each weekend for new stuff.

Don’t dump it; donate it, and deduct it!

The Re-store is located in downtown LaFollette on East Central Avenue and is a non-profit operated solely by volunteers.   

Good, used items fill the Habitat Re-Store.

The Habitat for Humanity Re-store uses all donations to help fund construction of new houses in the community. All donations are tax deductible. They accept “just about anything from household goods to clothing as long as it’s in good condition”, according to store manager and board member Julie Ault. Restore donation items such as doors, blinds, sinks, toilets, furniture and more are always needed. The more donations made, the more funding that can go towards construction of houses.

“The benefit is two fold; we offer quality affordable goods to the community and raise money from those sales to put back into the community by building houses,” Ault said.

The Habitat Restore is located at 117 East Central Avenue in LaFollette. Store hours are Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“Habitat for Humanity is always in need of volunteers, both at the store and building houses”, according to Ault.

For more information about Habitat for Humanity in Campbell County, call 423-562-7316. Habitat is always in need of volunteers. Campbell County Habitat for Humanity is also on Facebook. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/14/2022-6AM)

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