Business briefs, Nov. 15
November 14, 2014
Del Taco teams up with National Ability Center
Del Taco locations in Utah will allow patrons to make a donation to the Park City-based National Ability Center with any purchase from Nov 19 to Dec. 9. According to a press release from the National Ability Center, this marks the fifth year of the initiative, which has raised more than $100,000.
"We are extremely grateful to Del Taco for helping raise money for our impactful programs," said Gail Loveland, National Ability Center executive director, in the release. "For nearly 30 years, we’ve been able to provide adaptive and therapeutic recreation opportunities to people of all abilities through the generous support of partners like Del Taco."
For more information on the National Ability Center, visit discovernac.org.
Habitat for Humanity seeks donations
Habitat for Humanity is encouraging people to donate items to its ReStore, a home-improvement store filled with reusable goods. According to its newsletter, Habitat for Humanity is accepting donations of building material, furniture, cabinets and flooring. It helps keep material out of landfills and also gives the community a low-cost option to buy goods. Habitat for Humanity will even pick up donations. For more information, or to schedule a pick-up, call 435-487-9015.
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