Habitat for Humanity
March 01, 2016
Toni Gibson, a graphic designer, was delighted to find an oak rolling file cabinet that cost $15 and two metal black lamps totaling $30, that would get a second life in her home office in University City.
On a recent Saturday, she waited in the checkout line to purchase the furnishings at the nonprofit Habitat for Humanity ReStore on Washington Avenue in Point Breeze.
“These are a steal,” said Gibson of her score, noting that had she bought the merchandise brand new, the price tags could’ve easily been double…