We are lucky to have great neighbors.
Edgewood LifeCare Community, in North Andover, offers independent living, health care and support services.
They are dedicated to their community and also to their neighbors.
Edgewood has partnered with Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity since 2014.
When Edgewood renovates their apartment homes / cottages, they replace older design appliances with new ones – those older design appliances are donated to the ReStore.
Earlier in the year, Paula Kelley, Director of Life Enrichment at Edgewood, said “2018 will be a great year for all of us and we look forward to our continued affiliation with MV Habitat for Humanity ReStore.”
And 2018 is looking great thanks to Edgewood.
Last week, the ReStore filled our truck with Edgewood’s donation of 8 stoves, 8 refrigerators, 3 microwaves and 2 stackable washer & dryers.
In addition to gently used appliances, Edgewood has donated sets of kitchen cabinets, bathroom sinks and vanities, and even office furniture.
“Edgewood’s commitment to The Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore is very important to us,” said Steve Cheatham, ReStore Manager.
By selling the appliances and other items, the ReStore can generate more profits which in turn supports Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity‘s mission to build safe and affordable homes in the Merrimack Valley. We can serve 22 communities of the Merrimack Valley because of the generosity of partners like Edgewood.
We are grateful.
Edgewood, THANK YOU for partnering with us and thank you for your support.
We work together to build strength, stability and self reliance through shelter in the Merrimack Valley.
Are you a business or community with gently used items to be donated? We can take them off your hands and your donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. We will even pick up at your location.
Contact us 978-686-3323 or firstname.lastname@example.org or drop by 647 Andover St., Lawrence, MA.