Singer Kitchens Supports Habitat's ReStore1/12/2012 12:00:00 AM Singer Kitchens has made an unprecedented donation to New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s (NOAHH) Restore consisting of over 100 top-of-the-line cabinets. These cabinets are now on sale at the ReStore located in the Marigny at 2830 Royal Street. All proceeds from the sale of merchandise at the ReStore goes to support New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s mission to build homes for low-income families.
The donation includes base cabinets, wall cabinets, tall pantry cabinets and bathroom vanities, as well as a healthy variety of wooden crown molding. The cabinets come from nationally well known manufacturers such as: Aristocraft, Diamond and Decora. “We couldn’t have found a better partner for this donation than New Orleans Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore,” stated Michael Singer, owner of Singer Kitchens. “Where else can your donation or purchase help a low-income family achieve the dream of home ownership.”
“It is crucial for NOAHH to maintain a healthy volume of sales items at the ReStore and Singer’s donation puts us one step closer to our goal,” stated Elizabeth Lisle, Director of Operations for New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity. “Anyone interested in seeing what we have in stock should come by to shop.
Singer Kitchens, since 1928, has provided the New Orleans area with quality, value priced items for the home. Today, Singer’s experienced team of designers and installers are experts at creating kitchens, bathrooms and closets that fit your lifestyle, taste and budget. From a simple refresh to a complete renovation, Singer can handle everything from cabinets to counters, appliances, fixtures and even the kitchen sink providing results a homeowner can only dream about.
New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity, an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. NOAHH builds new houses in partnership with sponsors, volunteers, communities, and homeowner families to eliminate poverty housing in the New Orleans area while serving as a catalyst to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. Since its inception in 1983 NOAHH has built over 650 homes for low-income families in need of adequate shelter. NOAHH plans to continue to build homes in Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, St. Charles and Plaquemines Parishes. www.habitat-nola.org