Stop by the ReStore for a cup of coffee and cake (9506 Center Street, Manassas). There are some left over from yesterday’s send-off for long-time employee, Moe Stewart. This adorable cake and cupcakes were made by Signature Sweets By Amanda!
In honor of our customers, donors and Moe Stewart, long-time Habitat for Humanity Prince William County ReStore employee, we’re serving cake and coffee at the ReStore on Wednesday, Apr 8, 5 p.m. – 6 p.m., 9506 Center Street, Manassas. We hope to see you there!
On Tuesday, Mar 31, members of Covenant Presbyterian Church donated materials and built flower boxes that are now available for sale at the ReStore! Stop by the store and brighten your yard this spring. Our thanks go out to Covenant volunteers, Matt Durose, Sharmalie Koski, Brooke Lemelon, Steve Koski, Josh Fowler, Kristine, Brock, Quinn and Ian MacGregor and Tony Waites.
Ronald Vance lives in the home his parent’s built in the 1940s. Today, the house is showing its old bones. Critical home repairs are needed to keep Ronnie safe and sound in the home. We’ll shore up some floor joists, replace the roof and rebuild the chimney.
We invite you to support this project through your donations and volunteer time! We’re looking forward to working with you! For more details, see the “Family Story“.
Just ask anyone who has been to the ReStore, and they’re sure to tell you that they know Moe! Clifton “Moe” Stewart has worked for Habitat for Humanity Prince William County since May of 2007. The best ambassador an organization could ask for, Moe always makes customers and donors feel at home when they visit the store. His trademark “I can help you tie that onto the top of your car!”, the bird calls he made for kids, his love for Habitat and a..
If you are interested in owning a home or already have a home but it needs repairs, we have informational meetings in April that you will want to attend.
Learn how to become a homeowner through Habitat for Humanity’s Home Ownership Program:
Tuesday, Apr 14, 1 p.m. or 6 p.m
Habitat for Humanity Prince William County
9300 W. Courthouse Road, Suite 105
Learn what our Home Repair Program can do for you and how to apply:
Tuesday, Apr 7, ..
We’ve added three days on the Volunteer Calendar for the Salvador Critical Home Repair to finish trim work and punch list items. The house looks terrific and we’ve had absolutely wonderful volunteers to help us make this home safe and functional again. We appreciate the great team of volunteers who worked Mar 12-14: Dave Williams, John Driscoll, Joe Flint, Teresa Johnson, Al Harris, Anna Himes and Diane Nelson! Check out the photos in the P..
The last big push comes this week at the Salvador’s home in Woodbridge. We had a terrific work week last week, despite the snowfall being too great to battle on Thursday. Our amazing volunteers turned out to continue re-siding and replacing windows on Friday and Saturday. We appreciate the following volunteers for their work Mar 6 – 7: Dave Williams, John Driscoll, Christina and David Arllen, Anna Himes, Sabrina Hostetter, Ashley Linsday and ..