Diane Kinnane
Executive Director

Gregory Robinson
Board President
Habitat Monmouth dedicates two homes in July!
Welcome home Roger & Kim!
We are delighted to introduce one of our newest families, Roger, Kim and their son, Jacob. Roger is an Army Veteran, and together with Kim, they have been working hard to provide for their growing family. They are extremely excited and thankful to be able to have a home of their own where their son can have a yard to play in. “I still can’t believe it,” Roger said in an interview with Jerry Carino, a reporter from the Asbury Park Press, “I am so happy that they blessed us with this home.”

To view the Asbury Park Press article that featured Roger and Kim click here .
Welcome home Chrystelle and Wilguens!
Chrystelle and Wilguens both moved to Monmouth County after a severe earthquake in 2010 wreaked havoc to their homes in Haiti. They were married in 2015 welcomed their first child, Willens, into the world in 2018. “We can’t express enough of how much it means to us that we will be homeowners,” Chrystelle said. At their home dedication on July 24, Wilguens could not contain his excitement as he exclaimed, “Oh my God, my home is so beautiful!” Thank you to Monmouth Medical Center for their generous support for the building of our Long Branch home. 

To view the video of their home dedication click here .
Building homes, communites and hope through our annual A Taste for Homes event
 On Monday May 6, Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County hosted it's 4th annual A Taste for Homes event at the Oyster Point Hotel with more than twenty local vendors in participation. The honorees of the evening were Lowe's and Heilbrunn Pape with the Corporate Citizenship Awards, Merola Tile with the ReStore Champion Award, and Gary Lespinasse with the ReStore Service Award. There were over 200 attendees and proceeds will go towards building homes, communities and hope throughout Monmouth County. 

"Our annual A Taste for Homes is an important part of how we are able to support our mission," said Diane Kinnane, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County. "Every year the event grows and allows us to celebrate our amazing partners like Lowe's, Heilbrunn Pape, Merola Tile and Gary Lespinasse."

Click here to visit pictures from the event.
Habitat in the News
A special thank you to Nancy Tuttle for the generous donation of over 200 pieces of her art work to the ReStore! Nancy and her family joined us for a special Showcase of her artwork in early May.

Pictured l to r: Peggy Molloy, ReStore Manager, Diane Kinnane, Executive Director, Nancy Tuttle, artist, and Greg Robinson, Board President.
Annually, the OceanFirst Foundation supports Habitat for Humanity affiliates across New Jersey. We wish to thank them for their continued support of our mission.

Pictured l to r: Felicia Levine and a representative from OceanFirst Foundation.
Home Dedication Featured on News12 : ‘Finally, it’s ours!’ Veteran gets new home through Habitat for Humanity.

Click here to video the full video of our House that Rock Built Home Dedication .

Why shop the ReStore?
Looking for appliances, furniture, cabinetry and much more at incredibly low prices? The ReStore sells new and gently-used home improvement products at huge discounts. 

We’re Half the cost: We price our products at half of retail cost, minus condition, so you'll always get a great deal at the ReStore.

You’re helping build homes for local families in need: 100% of the profits made at the ReStore support Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth’s homeownership and home repair programs for local families in need. At the ReStore, every purchase builds homes and hope.

You’re keeping Monmouth County and its environment beautiful: Through the sale of donated items, the ReStore keeps tons of material annually out of the waste stream! By shopping the ReStore you're keeping our environment green and saving green!
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