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30Apr

On Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26, volunteers Tarek Kalash, Don McCubbin, Kenneth Thomas, Dave Williams and Kevin Yang helped Habitat construction crew leader, John Blake, repair and paint the damaged windows and trim, plus hook up the gas dryer at Jack and Delia Carter’s Manassas Park home.

Look at the photos to see the wonderful results! Thanks to our volunteers!

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23Apr

Prescott House pic 2Last year, Manassas resident, Hugh Ickrath along with a group of supportive neighbors, bought the historic Prescott House at 9300 Prescott Street in Manassas in order to save it from demolition. The group has been refurbishing the home for the past year and hopes to sell it to a family soon. The century-old home was just days away from being demolished by the city when the neighbors came together to save what they believe is an important an..

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23Apr

Covenant Presbyterian Church 4.15.14Habitat for Humanity Prince William County is very thankful to this wonderful group from Covenant Presbyterian Church who spent the entire day volunteering at the ReStore on Tuesday, April 15! Volunteers included: Helen Baker, Helen Franchois, Mary Gail Hoffman, Brooke Lemelin, David Lemelin and Sherri Quinn. We are very appreciative of their time and talent!

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23Apr

Jack and Delia Carter have lived in their Manassas Park home since 1983 and have been Jack Carter and birdmarried since 1980. Jack is on disability after suffering a stroke last year and because of severe arthritis and emphysema.

Habitat will be fixing and caulking the rotted window and front door trim, installing air vents, and repairing the dryer hose. The Carters share their home with a few very lively and entertaining birds. They are looking forward to part..

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16Apr

9704 Bragg Lane with spring flowersHabitat for Humanity is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing. We partner with low-income residents of Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park to make homeownership a reality.

Attend our Homeownership Information Meeting on Thursday, April 24, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m., at Grace United Methodist Church, 9750 Wellington Rd., Manassas, to get information about our Homeownership Program and how to apply. 

Currently, we’re looking for a fa..

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10Apr

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Habitat for Humanity Prince William County is seeking a manager for its Habitat ReStore location in Manassas.

MISSION: Generate revenue, meet budgets and maintain profitability objectives in support of Habitat for Humanity Prince William County operations through the acquisition, management, and marketing of ReStore products. Create positive visibility and face of Habitat in the local community, presenting the mission and scope of Habitat f..

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09Apr

Last week, Habitat for Humanity Prince William County partnered with Transitional Housing100_0193 B.A.R.N. to paint three rooms and a bathroom for a mother and her children who needed immediate shelter. Very special thanks to Charles Jules, Tarek Kalash, Mary Lewis, Sandy Stark, Kenneth Thomas and Dave Williams who volunteered with us at B.A.R.N. and got all the painting finished. We are so thankful for our volunteers who help make our vision become ..

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09Apr

Mark luiggi and don mccubbin croppedIt’s National Volunteer Week; however, we like to recognize and thank our volunteers every chance we get. Thanks to everyone for all the wonderful things you do for us 24/7/365!

On Thursday, April 3, volunteers Al Ferguson andTarek Kalash helped the construction crew with some weather-delayed wrap-up work at Marie Houston’s Dale City home and the Golmon’s Manassas Home.

On Saturday, April 5, volunteers Mike Gallagher and David Gross help..

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04Apr

Prescott House afterLast year, Manassas resident, Hugh Ickrath along with a group of supportive neighbors, bought the historic Prescott House at 9300 Prescott Street in Manassas in order to save it from demolition. The group has been refurbishing the home for the past year and hopes to sell it to a family soon. The century-old home was just days away from being demolished by the city when the neighbors came together to save what they believe is an important and be..

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04Apr

Attend our Volunteer Interest Meeting on April 12

At Habitat for Humanity we have volunteer opportunities for everyone. Volunteers can choose to volunteer as little or as Cornett vols croppsedoften as they like. To volunteer for construction or in the ReStore, individuals must be age 16 and over. We invite individuals and groups to help us:

  • Rehab and repair homes (construction)
  • Assist in the office (answering phones, data entry, general clerical work, mailings, r..

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