CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity along with Mayor Frank Jackson and other business, community and civic leaders kicked off the organizations Second Annual Tool Drive on West 110th Street in Cleveland Tuesday.
The countywide Tool Drive runs through the end of next month.
Residents, organizations and businesses are encouraged to donate new and used tools, as well as cabinets, sinks, building materials, and appliances.
The donated items will be sold at Habitat's ReStore, a recycled building materials store, also located W. 110th.
Proceeds from ReStore sales will be used to help Habitat build and rehabilitate homes for those in need.
To find out more about the tool drive or if you would like to donate CLICK HERE.
For those who will make new tool purchases in support of the drive, immediate needs exist for:
· Sledge hammers
· Circular saws
· Cordless screw guns
· Garden Tools
· Miter saws
· Speed-framing squares
· Tape measures
· Angle drills
· Utility knives
· Six and four foot levels