Habitat for Humanity Of Cape Cod ReStores Raise $25,000 For Ukraine Relief

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The “Shop to Support Ukraine” weekend on April 8 and 9 at Humanity of Cape Cod’s  two ReStore locations in Falmouth and Yarmouth raised $25,000 for the cause.

The money will be sent to Habitat for Humanity International, which is working directly with refugees to find stable housing in Poland, Hungary and Romania.

“Whether here or halfway around the world, our community here on Cape Cod cares about families. Thank you to everyone who shopped and/or donated to this event,” said Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod CEO and President Wendy Cullinan.

Donations from the public came in through the Habitat Cape Cod website and as well as by shoppers purchasing new and used home goods at their 2 ReStore locations are at 805 Gifford St., Extension, Falmouth and 28 White’s Path, South Yarmouth.