Madison Fisher joins us as a Volunteer Marketing Intern for the summer of 2019. As she is approaching her final year at DePaul University, she hopes to use her Public Relations and Advertising degree to help out at Habitat and improve the quality of living for the Twin Cities community. Some of her favorite things include playing softball, binge watching the Harry Potter movies, and trying to cook up new recipes.
The goal of every working person is to eventually reach retirement and be able to spend their time doing something that they love. In the case of Linnea Poach, she spends every day of her retirement upcycling or painting old furniture.
Are you updating your home but are not sure what to do with your old furniture? Thankfully, Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore home improvement outlets are a great option for furniture donation and upcycling tips.
When you are replacing your appliances, what do you do with your well-functioning old ones? Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore home improvement outlets would love to help find your old appliance a new home, with the resale of the appliance benefiting Habitat for Humanity. Before you donate, however, know what is and what is not accepted at our Habitat ReStore locations.