Thursday, 18 March 2021 14:52

Rebuilding Together Saratoga County Renames Store and Relaunches as “ReShop for the Good”

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Saratoga County — Rebuilding Together Saratoga County announced a new name for their store in Ballston Spa. ReShop for the Good sells new and gently-used furniture, household goods and decor. Proceeds from ReShop for the Good support Rebuilding Together Saratoga County’s work to provide critical repairs and accessibility modifications for low-income homeowners in our community.  ReShop for the Good originally opened in 2017 and has continued to see increased business year-over-year.   

“We opened our store in 2017 and the business has continued to grow online and in our store, even during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Executive Director Michelle Larkin.  “It’s clear that the community understands the value of being able to both donate and shop to support our work.  With this growth, our team saw an opportunity to rename our store so we can build a brand around the mission of the ReShop and Rebuilding Together. Our motto is ‘When you do good, you feel good’ and the new name of our store really reinforces that message.  Every item you donate and every dollar you spend at the ReShop helps us help our neighbors-in-need live in safe, healthy, warm, dry, and affordable homes.” 

ReShop for the Good is planning a ribbon-cutting in Spring 2021 with details to be shared at a later date. 

For more information about ReShop for the Good, please visit

Rebuilding Together Saratoga County is a volunteer-driven, registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission of “Repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.”  In the 18 years since its founding, Rebuilding Together Saratoga County has repaired 1,379 homes, improved 103 nonprofit centers and community spaces, and replaced 20 substandard manufactured homes with the help of 10,672 volunteers who have dedicated 81,847 hours of their time. For more information, visit

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