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New ReStore Hours

Wednesday-Friday 10:00am-6:00pm / Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm / Tuesday- Open for drop-off only 10:00am-6:00pm / Sunday-Monday - Closed

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C-U Across the Prairie & Gran Fondo supports Habitat!

C-U Across the Prairie & Gran Fondo C-U ACROSS THE PRAIRIE RIDE (CUAP), Prairie Cycle Club’s 46th Annual Cycling Extravaganza, is scheduled for Saturday August 26, 2017 and will coincide with downtown Urbana’s annual Sweet Corn Festival Register now A portion of the ride’s proceeds will be donated to the Habitat for Humanity. Those registering before the day of the ride will be entered into a drawing for gift certificates

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Build with us in El Salvador! Thanksgiving Build

Yes!  Champaign County Habitat for Humanity is going back to build in El Salvador. We would love for you to join us in this Global Village Trip with Habitat for Humanity of El Salvador. Date:  November 18th-26th – Giving Back for Thanksgiving Are you looking to travel the world with a purpose and make a positive difference in the lives of others and yourself? 

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Nicole Blackwell-Parker and her three children are “making it work” in a small two bedroom apartment, but she’ll be happy to move into a new home with Habitat’s help. “I have never really “won” anything in my life— but I feel like I have finally “won something very big” in being selected to build a home with Habitat!” Recently divorced, and her family income

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What do you do when you are living in a “rent to own” home and you find a letter on the door addressed to the landlord for not paying the taxes-stating that the tenet must vacate the home in 6 days?  You move out and you lose all the “equity” you paid into the rent to own arrangement.  That’s the situation that LaKendra  O’

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Serlena Reed might not be from Champaign County, but she knows a great place to live when she sees one!  Growing up in Danville, moving to Chicago, then back to Danville, she is happy to now call Champaign “home”.  “I’ve had some challenges in my life.  I had my first child when I was in 9th grade, and started working and moved into my

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Born and raised in the Garden Hills neighborhood of north Champaign, Nakeshia Wilson grew up playing in the neighborhood with her friends.  She says she has stayed here in the area because it feels like a “family oriented, working community”.  She has enjoyed raising her children with the diversity in C-U and tells them all the time that “positive choices” are really important. Since

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