Habitat for Humanity today announced the Toro Giving Program has donated more than 500 walk-power mowers to help raise funds for Habitat’s affordable housing work. The Toro and Lawn-Boy mowers will be sold at Habitat ReStore resale outlets in 22 cities across 18 states. Habitat ReStore resale outlets sell donated goods to the general public to help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of homes within their communities.
“We proudly support our communities through various efforts,” said Judson McNeil of the Toro Giving Program. “Habitat is one of those organizations we have long supported through employee volunteerism and product donations – to help assist their efforts in providing affordable housing.”
“Habitat Restore resale outlets help Habitat affiliates across the United States fund build projects in partnership with low-income families,” said Drew Meyer, senior director, ReStore and Gifts-in-Kind Support for Habitat for Humanity International. “We are grateful to Toro for supporting the work of local Habitat affiliates with this donation.”
Habitat ReStore resale outlets in the following cities are among those receiving the donated mowers:
Los Angeles, California
New Haven, Connecticut
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
St. Louis, Missouri
Charlotte, North Carolina
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