LIVINGSTON – The Upper Cumberland Habitat ReStore will hold a donation drive in Livingston on June 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Drop offs can be made at 914 N. Church St. Donation drives will be held the first Saturday of every month through the rest of 2020, with the exception of July — which will be held on July 11.
“For those who have been spring cleaning during quarantine and looking for somewhere to donate unwanted items, this is the event for you,” said Trent Carter, AmeriCorps member and community outreach coordinator.
Items that will be accepted are furniture, home decor, kitchenware, appliances, cabinets, sinks, doors and lighting. All donations will be marked to identify that they came from Overton County, and the profits made from their sale at the ReStore will go directly toward Upper Cumberland Habitat for Humanity’s work in Overton County, such as senior repair projects.
For any inquiries about this event, call (931) 528-1709.
Upper Cumberland Habitat for Humanity (UCHFH) constructs and sells homes to qualified low-income families. Serving both Overton and Putnam counties, UCHFH is a non-profit Christian housing ministry that builds simple, decent and affordable homes in partnership with God and families in need. UCHFH has recently expanded in Overton County with a repair program called “Neighbor 2 Neighbor” (N2N). N2N is for low-income senior homeowners of Putnam and Overton counties who need critical repairs done to their homes. For more information on UCHFH, contact Trent Carter (931) 823-1710 or visit their website www.uchabitat.org.