17 Apr Celebrate Earth Day – 50th anniversary!
The celebration of Earth Day on April 22nd began in 1970, and has grown into a global event. Dedicating this day for the earth is a way to demonstrate how much we care about the future of our planet. You could plant a tree, make a meal with locally-grown vegetables, educate friends or family members, clean up trash in your community or neighborhood — the possibilities are endless. Remember, you don’t have to wait for Earth Day to show your love for the planet we call home.
Donate your unwanted goods to the ReStore! You’ve been thinking about decluttering and updating your space. Now is a great time to make it happen. Set those donations aside until it is safe for the store to resume operations. If your items are too large for you to safely drop off at the store, contact us to schedule FREE Pick Up service. You can click HERE to fill out the online form or call: 843-525-0055 for more information and to make convenient arrangements.
Your Donations divert tons of materials from being dumped in local landfills. ReStore encourages all of us to be good stewards of our environment by donating instead of dumping, and shopping for salvaged and re-purposed materials that are economically friendly and sustainable.
Remember that Every Day is Earth Day. Anything to help our environment is a perfect thing to do on Earth Day and every day. Don’t restrict yourself to just one day a year; learn about how you can make a difference to environmental protection all the time. It’s going to take a lot of work to heal our planet. Leading by example will help others remember that the earth is important every day of the year.Organize a Community Wide Donation Drive. Get together with your neighbors and community and organize a large donation drive that will help support the ReStore. Everyone has something that they don’t need any longer and what a better way to celebrate Earth Day than to recycle and re-purpose with a purpose!
Commit to protecting local wildlife & our environment. Whether you live near an ocean, river, forest, swamp or lake, wild areas need protection. They are home to many plants and animals who rely on them for food and shelter.
Make the best of Earth Day and every day by being considerate to our environment.