Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity continues to monitor the COVID-19 crisis and how it is affecting our community.
In response to the Governor’s plan to slowly re-open the State, we are happy to announce that Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity’s ReSale Store locations will resume normal business hours on Monday, May 4th.
We will be taking all necessary precautions and following CDC and local Health Department guidelines to create a safe, healthy environment for our customers, volunteers and staff. When shopping in our ReSale Stores please adhere to the following guidelines:
- If you are sick, sneezing, coughing or showing and other symptoms, we ask that you remain home. If you exhibit any of these signs, our staff will kindly ask you to leave the store.
- Maintain the 6’ social distancing guidelines at all times especially when in line to make your purchase. We have marked the floor to make this easier.
- Our staff will be wearing face coverings and we highly encourage you to do the same. We have installed a Plexiglas shield at the cash register for your safety and ours.
- Our staff will be sanitizing the store on a regular basis as well as the donated merchandise we receive. Staff will also be monitoring how many customers we have in the store to ensure we are maintaining a safe, healthy environment for all. We are limiting our capacity to 25%
We want to welcome you back and thank you for your continued support!
Habitat: BE THE ONE
When you unravel all that Habitat does – it all boils down to ONE. It only takes one donation, one volunteer, one family, one hammer to change the lives of individuals and families forever. The beauty of Habitat is that how you decide to give your “one” is your choice. Whether through time, talent or donation…
…one choice can effect change forever.