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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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02Apr

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Habitat for Humanity partners with low- to moderate-income homeowners who live in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park to make exterior and interior home repairs that alleviate critical health, life and safety issues or housing code violations for families who could not otherwise afford to accomplish these tasks.

Home repairs include the repair or replacement of roofing, siding, w..

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02Apr

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Remodeling, cleaning out, down-sizing or just getting organized? Habitat for Humanity ReStore can help you declutter your home, work space or business. We put the proceeds from selling your donations to good use by rehabbing and repairing homes in partnership with low-income homeowners in your community. We accept tax-deductible donations of household goods, furniture, appliances and building materials.

Plus, we’ll make it even easier to donat..

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02Apr

Lake Ridge Retiree Turns to Habitat for Water Damage

Caporaletti croppedAvid reader, Helen Caporaletti, lives in the Lake Ridge condo she and her late husband purchased in 1998. Recently, water from the upstairs neighbor’s washer came streaming into her home, which caused serious water damage.

Unable to find a contractor to do the work at an affordable rate, Helen turned to Habitat. We are replacing the water-damaged flooring and drywall plus making other mino..

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27Mar

100_0143On Thursday, March 20 – Saturday, March 22, volunteers Mike Gallagher, David Gross (pictured), Tarek Kalash, Kathleen Levine, Hong Kim, Elizabeth Page, KennethThomas and Dave Williams helped the Habitat construction team with preparing and insulating the attic, landscaping and window repair at the Manassas home of Jim and Carol Cornett. The attic was very cramped and we appreciate all the hard work our volunteers did to get the insulation ..

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