Hey folks!

We are very excited to begin a relationship with our
local Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County, MD,
Inc. and Habitat ReStore in Gaithersburg.

The best way to kick off this relationship is to show your support for World
Habitat Day and join Habitat for Humanity at Ten Thousand
Villages in the Row at Rockville Town Square, this Saturday,
October 2 from 5pm – 9pm. There will be a table with information
about how to advocate for affordable housing in our community,
volunteer opportunities and how to donate your new and gently
used furniture, antiques, appliances and building supplies to Habitat
ReStore. A portion of all purchases made from Ten Thousand Village
(a nonprofit fair trade store), that evening will be donated to Habitat for
Humanity of Montgomery County.

Everyone’s gotta eat!
Stop by Buffalo Wild Wings with your receipt from
Ten Thousand Villages or a flyer from Habitat’s table that evening and
they will also donate a portion of your
purchase to Habitat.

What is World Habitat Day?

The United Nations has designated the first Monday in October as
annual World Habitat Day. World Habitat Day 2010 will be held on October 4.

The purpose
World Habitat Day’s purpose is to call attention to the current global
state of the human habitat and push toward adequate housing for all.
We hope that by raising awareness and advocating for universal decent
housing we can dismantle and alter the systems that reinforce and
entrench poverty housing. In doing so, we can make an affordable,
decent place to live a reality for all. World Habitat Day is a day for
grassroots action and a day for people to be united in their efforts
to eradicate poverty housing.

World Habitat Day First Monday in October

October 4 Is World Habitat Day

About Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County

HFH-MC is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. Since
1982, Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County has been partnering
with the community and low-income families living in substandard
conditions, to build simple, decent, affordable housing. To date, HFH-MC
has built or rehabilitated more than 56 homes for local families and has
more homes in progress. HFH-MC supports the notion that good, stable
housing matters for neighborhoods. Better quality of living leads to stronger
citizens and families. Habitat for Humanity is about changing lives, one
home at a time. Visit the website at

About Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Habitat ReStore is nonprofit retail outlet specializing in the resale of new
and gently used furniture, antiques, appliances and building materials to
the general public. All materials are donated by local retail businesses,
building contractors, suppliers and individuals, and are made available
for sale to the public at deep discounts. All donations are tax deductible,
and proceeds go back to our local Habitat for Humanity Affiliate to build
houses for low‐income families in our community. By taking in donations,
ReStore diverts tons of materials for our local landfills. Visit the website at:

Habitat For Humanity Retail Store in Gaithersburg Maryland

ReStore – Habitat For Humanity – Montgomery County, Maryland

Ten Thousand Villages Address and Website:

The Row at Rockville Town Square
107 Gibbs Street, Unit D
Rockville, MD 20851

Buffalo Wild Wings Address and Website: (remember you have to have
your receipt from Ten Thousand Villages or a flyer from Habitat’s table!)

33-C Maryland Avenue
Rockville, MD 20850-0315