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Habitat for Humanity ReStore Collection at City Hall on August 1


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PARMA, Ohio - The City of Parma will host a Habitat for Humanity household materials collection day to help the organization collect items for its ReStore program.

On August 1, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., residents can bring usable household items and fixtures to the parking lot at City Hall, at the corner of Ridge and W. Ridgewood, where a truck will be parked for collections. Habitat for Humanity is asking the community to donate useable household and construction/renovation materials to assist their mission of providing adequate housing.

Donated items will be sold in Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore program, a resale discount store making household items and furnishings accessible to complete the new houses. To locate a Habitat ReStore near you, use this link:

Habitat can use all household fixtures, ranges, refrigerators, freezers, kitchen counters/cabinets, toilets, sinks, vanities, plumbing fixtures/supplies, electrical fixtures/materials, tools, tile, blocks/bricks, landscaping items/materials, left-over constructions materials.  They are not accepting paint, bedding or clothing. 

Arrangements can be made for pick-up of larger items by calling 216-429-3631. A tax receipt will be given.

Drop off your items on Saturday, August 1 from 9 – 1 p.m. at the parking lot at City Hall.