Third time’s the charm for Habitat for Humanity

This 53' trailer pulled up to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Bonville recently with a large donation. (Submitted)

BONVILLE – A big donation from a North Glengarry company will go a long way to help build the next Habitat for Humanity home in the Cornwall-area.

Alexandria Moulding recently donated a 53′ trailer stuffed with 59,000 lbs. of millwork, moulding, base sets, door jams and other building items.

“This is the third full trailer we have received in two years from Alexandria Moulding,” said Habitat for Humanity Seaway Valley Executive Director Leigh Taggart.

“This relationship has helped both our organization and the families who buy our homes.”

Some of the product from Alexandria Moulding being donated to Habitat for Humanity Seaway Valley. (Submitted)
Some of the product from Alexandria Moulding being donated to Habitat for Humanity Seaway Valley. (Submitted)

The ReStore at 11735 Myers Road in Bonville then sells the donated items, which are tax-free to the general public, and the money is used to built homes for low income families.

“Their (Alexandria Moulding) generous donations over the years have been instrumental in helping Habitat for Humanity Seaway Valley build safe, decent and affordable homes for low-income families within Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry,” said Taggart.

Sales from the ReStore have helped build 11 homes for low income, working families in Cornwall and SD&G.

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