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24Nov

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We wish you all the best for the Thanksgiving holiday. Our hours will change this week so that our employees and volunteers may spend time with their families.

The Habitat for Humanity Office will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 26 and 27, and will reopen on Monday, December 30, 9 a.m.

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore will be closed on Thursday, November 26, but will be open for business on Friday, November 27, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Satu..

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24Nov

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ReStore Associate positions are available immediately for part-time, seasonal work. Visit our careers page and apply today!

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24Nov

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The Habitat for Humanity ReStore showroom will be closed for shopping on Mondays, starting November 30th. Retail hours will be Tuesdays – Fridays, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Shop at 9506 Center Street through December. We expect to be open for business at our new location at 10159 Hastings Drive in January.

Donations will be continue to be accepted Monday – Saturday. However, we will start accepting donations at our new loc..

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24Nov

Moving-Sale-bannerBeginning Tuesday, December 1, enjoy clearance sale prices at our current ReStore location at 9506 Center Street, Manassas. Generous percentage markdowns begin December 1. Watch our Facebook page, e-mail messages and other social media for news of Flash Sales, too.

In January, 2016, we’ll open at our new location at 10159 Hastings Drive, Manassas!

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19Nov

100_2498Members of the Bull Run Rotary and INTERACT Clubs rallied on Saturday, Nov 14, at the new Manassas ReStore at 10159 Hastings Drive. They built carts and racks, painted the showroom, cleaned up the dock area and continued work on the floors. Thanks to Joshua Velez, Aaron Squires, Noah Pillow, Anthony Malone, Jr., Rabia Masood, Marianne Servin, Madeline Greco, Kathleen Regalado, Evelyn Orellana, Melianty Yularnis, Alexander Koyle, Jim Beach, Arma..

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10Nov

Habitat for Humanity Prince William County builds, repairs and improves homes in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. Recognizing the need for stable housing around the world, we also tithe a portion of the donations we receive to Habitat for Humanity International to continue the organization’s work around the world. The story below appeared in the December 2015 issue of Habitat World (ISSN 0890-958X) and it is one of millions of..

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03Nov

 

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Home Dedication, December 10, 9704 Bragg Lane, Manassas

We’ll dedicate the Bragg Lane townhome with Family Partner, Armando Vargas, on Thursday, December 10th, 6 – 7 p.m.

Home Dedications are special occasions when you get to meet and share your congratulations with our Family Partner, see the home after it has been rehabbed and we get to thank our volunteers and donors for their contributions.

We hope that you’ll join us for another specia..

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27Oct

Volunteer Barbara Beverage shared cupcakes frosted with photos with the volunteers at the Bragg Lane Rehab on Saturday! There were pictures of Family Partner, Armando, the front door of the house, Construction Team Leader, John…such a nifty idea! Daughter, Megan Beverage, brought lunch to share with the group. Both ladies have been regular volunteers throughout the rehab process. Thank you to them and all of our volunteers. Volunteer Dave Wil..

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13Oct

Ask several people what “neighborhood blight” means to them and you might hear a lot of different descriptions, ranging from the relatively minor “yard next door hasn’t been mowed for a month” to the major “burned out house at the end of the block has been sitting empty for years”. Ask them how it makes them feel, however, and fear, anger and sadness are the overwhelming response according to groups that are studying the issue around the countr..

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07Oct

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Put some engineers, top administrative staff and highly-skilled management on a volunteer team, and you’re going to see some major results! Thanks to the dynamos from BAE Systems who helped us move a whole lot of merchandise onto the sales floor on Saturday, Jim S., Angell, Suzie, Dottie, Jim W., David and Jeff. We can use YOUR help this week. The Manassas ReStore is open six days a week, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday – Friday and 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on ..

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