Ana and David Ochoa continue to give back to Habitat for Humanity, even six years after starting their partnership with Habitat by becoming homeowners. They fired up their grill and cooked tacos for customers, Habitat board members, staff and others who stopped by the Hanford ReStore on Saturday, July 13th.

Opening the ReStore had a dual purpose.

1. Bring the ReStore to Kings County offering the community a place to donate usable building materials and supplies that can then be sold back to the public at severely discounted prices.

2. Help support Habitat for Humanity’s home ownership and home repair projects in Kings County.

We continue to spread the word about the importance of the ReStore and love to hear the stories of DIY and Up-cycling projects that people finish with purchased ReStore items that would have otherwise been thrown away! Help Habitat reach the community by following and commenting on Facebook. 

You can also stop by the ReStore at 415 W Lacey Blvd, Hanford and start a treasure hunt of your own.

Thank you to our food sponsors: Bank of the Sierra, Creative Tree Service and Grocery Outlet.

Ribbon Cutting on July 11th 2018

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