The Habitat for Humanity Prince William County office has moved.

Habitat for Humanity Prince William County was started in 1994. It’s first offices were in the Manassas Baptist Church. Later, the office moved to a house owned by the Trinity Episcopal Church. In 2004, when the Episcopal Church decided to use the house for another purpose, Habitat opened its first ReStore on Nokesville Road and moved its office into the ReStore space. Two years later, the ReStore and office moved to the former Manassas Hardware store on Center Street. Eventually, the office and ReStore were growing to the point that the office needed to move out of the store so it moved to the building right behind the ReStore, Judiciary Place. And today, the office has once again relocated under the same roof as the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, at 10159 Hastings Drive, Manassas.

Our many thanks to two fantastic groups of volunteers who volunteered with us on Saturday, March 19, to make the move. The Delta Sigma Pi fraternity from George Mason University took the morning shift and filled two trucks by noon. Armando Vargas, our Family Partner for the Bragg Lane home, joined the group. The Manassas Chapter of the STAR 474 Motorcycle Association picked up the afternoon shift and finished the job.  We’d like to recognize the following individuals from these two energetic and helpful groups:

Delta Sigma Pi

Afolabi Victor Adeniji
Katherine Manzilla
Amreen Dhindsa
Az Gulner
Sadaf Islamzada
Joel Koch
Cynthia Yung
Toan Lam
Bianca Cruz
Kelsie Kreitler

Armando Vargas, Family Partner

STAR 474

Roger Weissflog
Dan Small
Judy Small
Stephen Searle
Jana Searle
Wayne Vick
John Suche
Ron Beach
Chuck Helton
Noy Helton



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