Washington, NJ (May 2024) –

For the third year in a row, State Farm representatives have generously donated their time at various Warren County Habitat for Humanity (Warren County Habitat) volunteer sites. Their day of service this year was at Warren County Habitat’s new retail location, The HUT, and is linked to a $5000 grant that was awarded to the organization.

Three State Farm agents eagerly assisted HUT employees and volunteers on their day of service by organizing and restocking clothing, shoes, and accessories, and helping to maintain the cleanliness of the storefront. The State Farm representatives presented a check for $5,000 to Warren County Habitat to support their programs building and repairing homes in Warren County.

Warren County Habitat for Humanity relies on community support to implement and grow each of their programs. To learn more, volunteer or join the conversation, visit or stop in at the ReStore on Route 57 in Washington. For more information on products and services from State Farm, visit Rod Pianelli at the Stewartsville location or at


From left to right: State Farm representatives Rod Pianelli, Shannon Kelly, and Frank Mancuso and Warren County Habitat for Humanity HUT Manager, Lori Clark stand for a photo outside the HUT, Warren County Habitat’s newest retail location.



About Warren County Habitat for Humanity

Warren County Habitat for Humanity is the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity, International and has served Warren County since 1999. An accredited 501 (c)(3) charitable organization, Habitat’s vision is a time where everyone in Warren County has a decent place to live. Habitat’s mission is, “Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.” To learn more about Warren County Habitat or to donate, visit


Brittany Powelson
Public Relations Manager
Warren County Habitat for Humanity
908-835-1300 x11
[email protected]