Habitat for Humanity ReStore sponsors Christmas ornament contest

Habitat for Humanity ReStore logo.

Press release from the Habitat for Humanity:

Habitat for Humanity ReStore Sponsors Christmas Ornament Contest

Calling all creative men and women! Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore is sponsoring a unique Christmas ornament contest. The ReStore, Habitat’s store where you can shop for, and/or donate, new and used appliances, construction/building materials and other household items, wants everyone to visit the store and design a Christmas ornament using materials found in the store (for example, pipe fitting).

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ReStore Volunteers will judge all the entries (entries must be in by December 19, 2009 at noon) and will award a $50.00 gift certificate to the 1st place winner, a $20 gift certificate to the 2nd place winner, and a $10 gift certificate to the 3rd place winner (winners will be notified by phone). Judging will take place at noon on December 22, 2009. All ornaments will be judged on best use of ReStore products, originality and overall appearance.

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Come to the ReStore at 3837 N. Wells Street in Fort Wayne and get your holiday thinking caps on to design the best ReStore ornament in Fort Wayne! And, remember, all profits from the ReStore help build affordable ho-ho-homes!

For more information about the contest, please contact Pam Lochner at 260.470.4200 or plochner@fortwaynehabitat.org.

About Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity
Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity is a 501(c)3 non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry that uses volunteer labor to build simple, affordable homes through partnerships with low-income Allen County families. Once completed the homes are sold to the family with a $500 down payment and at no profit on a 20-year, interest-free mortgage. Because of volunteer involvement, the cost of a standard three-bedroom home is kept affordable at approximately $65,000, with the monthly mortgage payment around $350, which includes taxes and insurance. Mortgage payments are then reinvested in the community in the form of additional housing opportunities.

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