In April, the Board elected its officers and directors for the fiscal year starting July 1, 2015.
Chair: Michael Kitchen, Vice President of Land Development, Christopher Consultants, ltd.
Chair-Elect: Lawrence Hughes, Retired, City of Manassas City Manager
Immediate Past Chair: Renee Woolfolk, Church Business Administrator,
First Mount Zion Baptist Church
Secretary: Aron Perkins, Client Services Manager, Access National Bank
Treasurer: Scott Si..
We’re starting a major rehab of a townhouse in Georgetown South on July 17. We will be replacing the roof, windows and insulation; updating the kitchen and both the full and half baths; and replacing the flooring and painting. There will also be some landscaping work and some exterior repairs, too. This will be a good project to practice various skills as a volunteer. We look forward to having you on the site as we prepare this home for th..
On A Steady Path To Home Ownership
Some things are worth more effort and time and home ownership is one of them according to our newest Family Partner, Armando Vargas. Originally from Mexico, Armando moved to Manassas fifteen years ago and found reliable employment. An organized and goal-oriented man, Armando has checked other items that were worth waiting for off his bucket list: he became a U.S. citizen, married and became a father. Home o..
In The Office: We’re hiring a Programs Coordinator to help families, volunteers, and community partners engage in Habitat for Humanity Prince William County’s Neighborhood Revitalization work to bring safe and affordable housing to all. This position is responsible for Neighborhood Revitalization program development, family services and volunteer coordination.
In The ReStore: Are you looking for a meaningful and fast-paced part-time career o..
Incoming Board Chair, Michael Kitchen, presents Marci and Brian Swanson with appreciation plaques for their six years of service on Habitat for Humanity Prince William County’s Board of Directors. We’re sorry to see these two go off the Board but we’re confident we can keep them involved. After all, they’ve been involved with Habitat for Humanity all up and down the East Coast and into Canada for most of their adult lives. Special people, we’v..
Robert Chaney Sr. and Robert Chaney Jr. donated lunch for the volunteers at the Mian-Chohan worksite on Saturday, June 13. Lunch volunteers work with us to schedule a day when they can bring food and fixings for the hungry crews that work on our construction site and at our ReStore. Volunteers have done everything from grilling hot dogs at the site, to making a lasagne, to purchasing a pizza or serving up sandwiches, chips and fruit. We provid..
Everyone deserves a decent place to live. We’re hiring a Programs Coordinator to help families, volunteers, and community partners engage in Habitat for Humanity Prince William County’s Neighborhood Revitalization work to bring safe and affordable housing to all. This position is responsible for Neighborhood Revitalization program development, family services and volunteer coordination. See a detailed job description here.
And the village responded…more than fifty people attended the “Make Georgetown Village Beautiful Day” in the Georgetown Village neighborhood in Woodbridge on Saturday, June 6. The weather was gorgeous and Bank of America volunteers and neighborhood residents built benches at bus stops, replaced sign posts, picked up trash, painted speed bumps and patched potholes throughout the community. Transurban/Fluor provided a grant to the community for..
Volunteers pose near the freshly poured sidewalk at the Mian-Chohan Critical Home Repair on May 30, 2015.
On June 4th, we can all Do More to help our community.
Do More 24 is a 24-hour online fundraiser that brings together more than 500 local nonprofits to raise funds for their community efforts. Habitat for Humanity Prince William County is a participant this year and with your help we’ll raise funds for our Neighborhood Revitalization progr..