PORTER COUNTY | NeighborLink Porter County is accepting donations of new or gently used building materials, doors, windows, furniture, appliances and tools for the RePurpose Place, opening soon at 102 Beverly Drive in Chesterton.
The RePurpose Place is a resale store open to the public that specializes in building materials and home improvement items. Donations will support the mission of NeighborLink Porter County and the RePurpose Place by building inventory that will be used to complete projects and raise funds for those in need.
Donations will be accepted by appointment. To make an appointment or for more information, call (219) 617-2077 or visit www.neighborlinkpc.org.
“We are so excited to open this store in Chesterton in order to help those in need and to keep usable materials out of local landfills,” said Judy Alders, executive director of NeighborLink Porter County, in a press release.
NeighborLink Porter County is a nonprofit group. Its volunteers have completed almost 400 projects in the last six years.