Stewart Moving and Storage is proud to have partnered with Habitat for Humanity on a recent project. There is a local hotel that was undergoing a renovation and willing to donate the beautiful furniture to the Restore. But their limited staff and volunteers couldn’t possibly handle the huge job. Stewart Moving and Storage stepped in, donated a day’s labor of 6 fully trained moving professionals, packing supplies, and the use of 2 moving trucks.
Stewart Moving & Storage has a long history of making life less stressful, one move at a time. This mentality also carries into training programs for high potential yet entry level employees. By developing our people, we impact our community in a positive way. Then, when we take these amazing employees, and work on projects like this one, with Habitat for Humanity, can you see the snowballing effect of good? Local business drives local economy and when you work with a company like Stewart Moving & Storage, who gives back to their community in so many ways- you, too, are perpetuating growth in your area! Visit www.StewartMS.com to see our available services or plan your upcoming move.
About Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity& the Richmond Habitat ReStore
Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit Christian housing organization that seeks to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope. Since 1986, Richmond Habitat has served more than 335 families by welcoming people of all races, religions and nationalities to construct, rehabilitate or preserve homes. The Richmond Habitat ReStore is a retail operation open to the general public selling new and used building materials, furniture, home decor items and more. All proceeds from the Richmond Habitat ReStore goes back into the mission of building homes in partnership with local families. The Richmond Habitat ReStore is located at 1901 Roane Street, Richmond, VA and is open Monday and Wednesday through Saturday, 9AM – 5:30PM; Tuesday 1PM – 5:30PM. For more information, to donate or to volunteer, please visit www.richmondhabitat.org, or follow us at www.facebook.com/restorerva or at www.twitter.com/habitatrva.