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Habitat for Humanity Ireland brings Habitat ReStore to North Belfast

ReStore, Habitat’s social enterprise, held their official opening event on Friday 14th April, bringing together staff, volunteers and supporters. 

ReStore the low-cost DIY store that builds sustainable community, directly tackles poverty here in Ireland. By selling donated new and used building supplies and home improvement materials ReStore enables local people to improve their homes at low cost. ReStore provides skills and employability training for people of all ages and backgrounds and diverts tons of reusable waste from landfill. 

The shop and donation centre will be open 9.30am-5pm, Monday–Saturday at Unit Hillview Retail Park, Crumlin Road. 

Building on the success of five Habitat ReStores across Ireland, ReStore Belfast will deliver real impact for local people and the wider community in North Belfast 

Jenny Williams, Habitat’s Chief Executive, said: Habitat has served communities in North and West Belfast in the past, and it has long been part of our strategy to launch ReStore in Belfast, so we are delighted to open Habitat ReStore on the Crumlin Road. 

ReStore is a unique workplace which engages people of all ages and backgrounds in serving the wider community and I would encourage local people to get involved in volunteering. 

Everything we sell is donated so support from companies, organisations and individuals is critical to the success of ReStore – you can see instore that we have a broad range of DIY and home improvement materials at low cost. 

For further information email,visit our website or call the store on 028 9023 4686. 

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