Hundreds of ceramic space heaters and window insulation kits have been donated to Martin City ReStore by the Jagoda Family Foundation. Photo by Bill Rankin

Cold? Space heaters can be had for a buck at Martin City ReStore, thanks to generous donor

The Jagoda Family Foundation and the forthcoming Forest Ridge Villas apartment project are providing residents in south KC affordable access to a space heaters.

Heaters for $1 until supply ends

Thanks to the Jagoda Family Foundation and the forthcoming Forest Ridge Villas apartment project, residents in south KC have access to a space heaters for only a buck. 

The Foundation has donated hundreds of Comfort Zone energy-efficient ceramic space heaters to ReStore in Martin City, 13531 Wyandotte St.,  for distribution. They have also donated window insulation kits. Each sells for $1 (limit one set per family) “to help those in need survive winter.” stated founder Ray Jagoda. 

Two pallets were rolled out Monday, December 21, for its first day of sale. The sale will continue until all units are gone. 

Jagoda, who is one of the developers for Forest Ridge Villas apartments in Martin City, says he hopes ground breaking will begin this summer. The project is located directly east of Jack Stack.

ReStore sells gently used appliances, furniture, home accessories, and building materials to the public for discounted prices. Sales profits go toward Habitat for Humanity’s mission of helping low to medium income families find affordable housing in Kansas City. The Martin City location is the largest ReStore in Kansas City.

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