Raritan Valley Habitat For Humanity Sets Fundraising Sale

Lighting fixtures, chandeliers and other items will be on sale to benefit the Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity. Photo: Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity.

Submitted by Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity.

High-quality lighting fixtures, chandeliers, ceiling fans and more will be offered at heavily discounted prices to support Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity on Jan. 14-15 at 89 Route 206 North, Somerville.

The RVHFH will receive 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale, which will be held in the Dunkin’ Donuts shopping center across from Stop & Shop. The sale will run from 10 o’clock in the morning to 5 o’clock in the evening each day. All items will be “cash and carry.” Credit cards will also be accepted.

Manufacturers include Feiss, Schonbeck, Quoizel, Kichler, LBL, Hinkley, American Brass & Crystal, Tec, Progress Lighting, and more. All items were donated by Moorehouse Entities.

“Through the generosity this local business owner, we’ve received this wonderful opportunity to offer our community some great deals lighting and help us continue to provide affordable housing opportunities,” Jan Holmstrup, RVHFH’s executive director, said in a press release about the sale. “The proceeds from this event will build homes for hardworking residents of Hunterdon and Somerset counties, allowing them to contribute to our strong and vibrant communities.”

For 25 years Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity has been bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope in Hunterdon and Somerset counties. RVHFH recently completed its 50th home. The vision of the organization is a time when everyone in Hunterdon and Somerset counties has a decent place to live.

For more information, go to www.rvhabitat.org or call (908) 704-0016.


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