We have just recently opened a new Habitat ReStore in the Keystone Business Park on Highway 5, just three miles south of the square in Camdenton. The store sells all manner of donated items generating revenue to purchase materials in order to construct homes. New and previously loved items include doors, windows, vanity tops, cabinets, sinks, appliances, window coverings, paint, hardware, dishes, etc. Business hours are Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Donations of new or previously loved items as are also accepted from individual homes and businesses. Those items must be in clean and working condition and arrangements can be made to have LARGE items picked up by the Habitat truck. Please call 573-317-3962, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information concerning your tax deductible donations.
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For eleven years, we have helped low-income families living in sub-standard housing achieve their dream of home ownership. It is a success story in Camden County of volunteer workers partnering with individual donors; business and corporate sponsors; churches; and social and community organizations to construct safe, comfortable, affordable shelters. Since becoming an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International in 1997, 13 adults with 28 children have moved into eight homes in Camden County. Their lives have changed as their living conditions have improved. As we move forward, we need your help. If you are already a supporter, please continue your support or even increase it. If you have not supported us before, please add our name to your list of charitable causes. You will be helping a family to take a step-up and because Lake of the Ozarks Habitat for Humanity has been approved as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, donations qualify as a deduction on federal tax returns.
The cost of an average house in Camden County is approximately $80,000. We also tithe ten percent of all money raised for local houses to the Interfaith Habitat Program in Ireland and, because housing costs in third world countries are so low, we have built as many houses internationally as we have nationally.