The Household Toolkit
Saturday, July 6, 2013 10am-11am
at Hilo Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Instruction by Jake Bierman of Bierman Home Inspection, Inc.
Sponsored by Hawaii Island United Way
Enabling housebuilding through sales of new, used, and surplus donated goods.
A 1,600 square foot warehouse
located in the same building as Floor Décore, across from Manono Street Marketplace
New Store Hours Effective June 1st
9am-4pm Monday through Friday and 9am-2pm on Saturday
We always appreciate new or gently used building materials, tools, home goods, furniture, or similar items at the ReStore.
"We are a REALTOR® based program working to provide all Habitat for Humanity® homes built on the island of Hawai'i in 2013 and beyond with kitchen packages. We believe that the kitchen is the heart of the home and we strive to provide each new Habitat for Humanity® family with a package of goods that will allow them the opportunity to enjoy time with friends and family in their new space!" [ Click Here ] to send an e-mail for more information.
In recognition of the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, seven Habitat for Humanity affiliates in Hawaii are joining with Lowe’s for “Hammers for Heroes,” a state-wide project to revitalize or construct Habitat homes in partnership with veteran homeowners and veteran and active-duty volunteers. Build projects will take place from Dec. 1 -7 in Eleele, Hilo, Honolulu, Hoolehua, Kailua, Waianae and Wailuku.
Hale Aloha O Hilo Habitat for Humanity is participating in Hammers for Heroes with a series of A Brush with Kindness projects geared toward improving accessability for veterans to their homes.
We want your pennies. Our goal is to raise a million pennies. If you have pennies lying around the house, please bring them in to the Habitat ReStore at 700 Manono Street in Hilo (next to Floor Decor, same building).
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