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Habitat announces OTF Funding for new ReStore Truck!

Yesterday, Habitat staff and volunteers were joined by MPP David Piccini, the Honourable Neil Lumsden, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, members of the Ontario Trillium Foundation committee, Mayor of Cobourg, Lucas Cleveland to announce that we were successful recipients of a $82,400 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation Resilient Communities Fund. That funding has been used to purchase a new truck.

The truck that was purchased is essential to picking up donated product that is sold in the ReStore. Habitat ReStore is a social enterprise retailer that accepts and resells donated items, such as new and used furniture, appliances, décor, and home improvement building materials. The proceeds from its operations fund Habitat for Humanity Northumberland and help the non-profit organization build spaces in the community for those in need of a stable and affordable place to call home.

Details about the new truck and announcement are available here:

Media Release - MPP David Piccini Release - OTF Announcement
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