Diana Meiser has a career working in Prince William County Supervisor Pete Candland’s office. On the side, she volunteers with Habitat for Humanity! Pictured at left, Diana volunteered at the Manassas ReStore Grand Opening on Saturday, January 30.
Our construction volunteers are asking “What’s Next?” Lots! However, construction volunteering is on a brief hiatus while we get organized to do three major projects: rehab the Central Park Drive home, build out the offices at the Manassas ReStore and build out the Woodbridge ReStore.
So, we hope our construction volunteers and ReStore volunteers will all rally at the ReStore to help us receive donations; clean, test and price product; merchandise the floor; help customers load their cars; be a greeter and checker and more. We can use some specialists, too, like people who want to put together and test electric fans or light fixtures; people who know their tools, housewares, china and antiques and can lend their expertise for pricing. There’s something for everyone and plenty of room for more volunteers!
New volunteers: work a half-day shift or full day shift. Work once a week or more. Schedule yourself on our Volunteer Calendar; you’re in control of the amount of time you wish to give. Your contribution of time is HUGELY important to Habitat for Humanity. Without you, we couldn’t provide our home ownership and home repair programs to well-deserving families here in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. We look forward to partnering with you!
Equally important, our home ownership and home repair programs depend on your cash donations as well as donations to the ReStore. We hope you’ll consider a gift to Habitat for Humanity Prince William County today!