Habitat For Humanity Doing Good Work in Marshall County

The Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County Restore sells discount building supplies, with the proceeds helping to build the next habitat home. Manager Steve Guriel explained where the proceeds go.

“All the proceeds go toward funding a house,” said Guriel.

According to Guriel, the items are all donated.

“Everything here is donated. We do offer a tax donation receipt if they do want one,” said Guriel.

Habitat for Humanity is a non profit ecumenical Christian housing ministry that works in partnership with people in need to improve the conditions in which they live.

Many of their donated items came from people who are remodeling their homes. They also receive tons of donated items from builders, contractors, businesses and corporations. The hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and the business is located at 116 S. Walnut Street in Plymouth.

If you would like to donate items bring them to the store, and if you have a large number of items they will pick them up. Call (574) 935-4214 for more information or to schedule a pickup.