Habitat for Humanity ReStore gives back to the Cheyenne community

Habitat for Humanity ReStore and Annex is an option for the general public to donate or shop to support future Habitat for Humanity building projects. ReStore is more than just a collection of new and used home improvement and construction goods, they are a partner in Experience Works and Cheyenne's Workforce Center to train and employ Cheyenne's citizens. "Everyone here works really hard at what they do here," said Pat McIlwain, ReStore director's assistant. "We're proud to work with some really great individuals of Cheyenne." ​​*John Hildebrandt, ReStore administrator, greets customers and runs daily cash functions* Shopping at the ReStore is a sustainable trade-off for your home improvement and furnishing needs. By purchasing gently used goods, ReStore is able to; reduce trash going into our city landfills, reduce pollutants in the air and ground water, and save you money, according to their site . ​​*Laramie County Habitat for Humanity ReStore headquarters* They want to send a friendly reminder to drop off your donations during business hours, and be able to receive a tax-deductible receipt. Drop off donations Tuesday-Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., with FREE donation pick-up services available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. *Photo: (left to right) ReStore handy-man, Bob Allee, and director's assistant, Pat McIlwain * #shortgo