Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester Moves into Donated Storage Space

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We are excited to announce that Habitat For Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester has moved materials into 20,000 square feet of storage space at Mercantile Center. HFH MWGW will be storing items for their second MetroWest ReStore opening soon and for their Project Playhouse program that benefits military families.

AmeriCorps volunteers Paul Bahley, Kenneth Jaggers, Aiden Kuseski and Christopher Acosta moving materials into the new storage space at Mercantile Center.

Tim Firment, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester, said, “Mercantile Center’s generous donation helps us navigate through a period of increased growth that will allow us to help even more low-income families realize their dream of home ownership.”

We are very pleased to have the opportunity to be a part of Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester’s mission of providing homes, hope and a sense of community to the Greater Worcester area. Welcome to Mercantile Center, HFH MWGW!