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GRACE Marketplace Partners with The Repurpose Project


Mar 3, 2022

Media Contact:

Jon DeCarmine, Executive Director
GRACE Marketplace
352-792-0800 x106

GRACE Marketplace Partners with The Repurpose Project

The partnership will improve furniture accessibility for people moving back into housing.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – GRACE Marketplace has partnered with the Repurpose Project as

furniture partners to improve accessibility to furniture and household goods for housed guests.

GRACE will no longer accept furniture donations at the GRACE campus, starting March 1,

2022. All furniture donations will be deferred to Reuse Planet, the Repurpose Project location at

1540 NE Waldo Road in Gainesville. The Repurpose Project will provide GRACE with gift cards

and furniture delivery. The partnership between GRACE and The Repurpose Project will allow

GRACE to consistently provide necessary furniture to individuals exiting homelessness.

“It is a dream come true to be able to help our recently rehoused population access the furniture

they need while also furthering our missions of protecting our planet and saving precious

resources. We are looking forward to providing excellent customer service as we help our newly

rehoused friends make houses into homes with the perfect furniture that fits their needs and

tastes,” Sarah Goff, Co-Founder & Executive Director of The Repurpose Project said.

GRACE Marketplace is a one-stop homeless resource center serving Gainesville and Alachua

County. We provide services for anyone experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Our services

include emergency shelter, permanent housing, showers, hot meals, storage, case

management, job training, and providing space to our partners to provide health care and other

services. GRACE Marketplace is an independent, local 501(c)(3) organization.


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