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G-M Habitat to sell donated camper trailer to kickstart fund drive

The Gloucester-Mathews Habitat for Humanity chapter is raising funds for its next home to be built in northern Gloucester County. 

The organization recently received the donation of a completely equipped 2004 Rockwood camper trailer, which will be sold. Proceeds will be used to jumpstart the building of Habitat’s next home, which will be designed for the physically handicapped or disabled.

According to Teresa Dalton, executive director of Habitat, a site in the Dragon Run area already owned by Habitat will be the building site for the new home. The lot, she said, has been cleared of a pre-existing dwelling. Once the new home is completed, another lot may be available for a future home in the same area, she said.

“At this point in time, we have only reached one-third of the necessary funding for our next home,” Dalton said. “The sale of the trailer will provide a needed boost to make this home a reality.”

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