To All of Our Valued Customers, Donors, Volunteers & Supporters –
In accordance with Governor Sununu’s recent order, and in an effort to protect the health of our staff, donors, volunteers, and the community at large, the ReStore will remain closed through Monday, May 4, 2020. We are closely monitoring the recommendations of local public health agencies and will reopen our ReStore when it is safe to do so. We will continue to update you as we know more.
The ReStore will not be scheduling any pick-ups during this time. All scheduled donation pickups have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled until we are able to reopen. Our Donation Center will also remain closed. While we realize this is an inconvenience to all of our valued donors, we feel this is a prudent measure to take at this point.
During this difficult time, SENH Habitat for Humanity needs your support more than ever. Your financial donations help us to provide security for the families in the Seacoast area that need it most. We are committed to working with each family during this uncertain time, but we need your financial support to sustain us in our important work. If you would like to make a monetary donation to ensure that we can continue to help local families who need a safe place to live, please CLICK HERE
Please stay healthy & well during these uncertain times.
Executive Director, SENH Habitat for Humanity
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