Habitat-for-Humanity take donations of certain used building materials.
However, countertops are really size specific to each house and unless you
had long lengths without holes that can be cut to fit another house, I doubt
they would be interested.
On Nov 9, 10:18 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It's not NJ, but if anybody near Mesa AZ needs this kind of store,
there's an outfit called Stardust (I believe) that will come pick up
your old stuff after a remodel, sell it in their store, and uses the
proceeds to help low-income people with their housing repair needs.
Picked up a decent cabinet for the laundry room there about 6 months
Habitat For Humanity has donation stores in various locations, so check
their website and see if there is a store location near you.
Also, for this and other freebie giveaways, check out:
I just heard about this a few weeks ago and joined two of their locate
groups where I have properties.
If you decide to join, it is not required, but it is sometimes easier, if
you have or create a Yahoo.com email address. That's because the whole
thing is set up as a series of local FreeCycle Yahoo Groups where people
post and receive messages for items OFFERED, WANTED, TAKE, etc.
Everything is for free and the signup is free and anonymous.
Freecycle will be moving to its own server off of Yahoogroups, and the
risk is high that they'll be selling member addresses, so keep that in
mind before joining. Instead, look for ReUseIt groups
http://www.reuseitnetwork.org/ or the local Craigslist.org free
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