Habitat, PropertyGuys help clean up

Sechelt ReStore

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May 16, 2014 11:37 AM

PropertyGuys.com and Habitat for Humanity Canada announced a program May 12 to help 14 local Habitat for Humanity ReStores and franchisees connect with homeowners who are planning to throw out home-goods this spring.

The spring clean will take place from now until June 1. Local PropertyGuys.com franchisees will help the ReStore in their area increase inventory by picking up donated items.

“We are very excited about this partnership with Habitat for Humanity Canada," said PropertyGuys.com president and CEO, Ken LeBlanc. "We truly value the work that they do for promoting homeownership and helping families across the country, and we love that the ReStores have a very local focus — similar to our franchisees."

The program was born out of the desire to make a difference in the community by raising awareness about the ReStore. The program will take place at the Sechelt ReStore.

“We are pleased to be working with propertyguys.com and the Spring Clean program. The program will see valuable donation of product to our ReStores from the local community and will help Habitat for Humanity Canada build more homes for families in need,” said Rob Voisin, senior director, National ReStore and Product Services.

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