Stouffville students chip in for Habitat for Humanity
The school got the idea from Uxbridge Josh Morrison, who, for the past two years, has been collecting the copper coins. However, it wasn un timberland shoes til a trip to the ReStore earlier this year did he know what he wanted to do with his pennies.
said they didn meet timberland shoes their goal last year, so I want to help them meet t timberland shoes heir goal this year, said his mother Gloria Morrison.
Originally, the family counted and rolled each and every penny. Now, they are put into bags of 100 or 300 and weighed on a special scale, according to Ms Morrison.
In York Region, money from the Newmarket and Vaughan ReStore locations support Habitat for Humanity administrative costs. All donations go directly to the cause of building homes.
something that separates us from a lot of organizations, Ms Higgins said.
To contribute to the Habitat for Humanity campaign via Josh Morrison, pennies can be dropped off in town at 6675 Main St., or you can br timberland shoes ing them to the Newmarket ReStore, 776 Davis Dr.