Where does Habitat for Humanity get cabinets from?


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Local Habitat for Humanity organizations get cabinets from individual and corporate donations of monetary gifts and building materials, proceeds from local ReStore sales and salvage left unused at construction sites. Habitat for Humanity practices materials conservation, using minimal designs and reusing materials whenever possible.

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Local affiliates of Habitat for Humanity recycle leftover materials or resell surplus homebuilding fixtures, furniture and goods to the public at locally-owned and operated ReStores. The ReStores also serve as donation centers where individual homeowners, building supply companies, construction companies and others donate excess or unwanted materials. Funds from sales are used to build new homes in the community.

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