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IMG_1011Now hiring for the ReStore Manager position at the Manassas ReStore

Join our team during this exciting time of transition and expansion for the Habitat ReStore. The Manassas ReStore is moving later this fall to the former Food Lion location at 10159 Hastings Drive, Manassas. There is a lot of work to be done to prepare for the relocation of the Manassas store and the opening of our second store in Woodbridge. Combined, there’ll be more than 58,..

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The Manassas ReStore is moving later this fall to the former Food Lion location at 10159 Hastings Drive, Manassas. In late winter, a second store will open in Woodbridge.


The exterior of the Manassas location at 10159 Hastings Drive, Manassas. 


The new Manassas location will have 38,541 s.f. of shopping and receiving space for building materials, tools, furniture and household items.

The Woodbridge ReStore will be located at 14055 Noblewoo..

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BadWolf Brewing Company, Manassas’ first craft beer brewery, recently opened in their new, expanded location at 8420 Kao Circle in Manassas. They upcycled pallets from the ReStore for their bar and office areas. What a beautiful use of materials that would have been thrown in the landfill (see more photos below). The ReStore has lots of pallets in stock right now for your next upcycling project. Visit the Manassas store at 9506 Center Street f..

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IMG_1001Join me in welcoming our new Programs Coordinator, Tammy Perkins!

Some of you may already know Tammy from her years of work in the community both with Transitional Housing BARN and with Colgan Air. Tammy was the Community Resources Manager for BARN and her work at Habitat for Humanity will be a positive extension of her daily activities there.

Tammy will work with applicants and family partners to help them become homeowners and to help them wi..

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We’re excited to announce that a new, Woodbridge ReStore location will be open for your donating convenience and shopping pleasure! Once the Landlord finishes their work at the former Food Lion location at Minnieville Road and the Prince William Parkway, Habitat for Humanity will be able to get inside and start its work to prepare for a store opening in December or early January. We’ll let you know when we can start accepting donations and whe..

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While prepping gutters for hanging, Michelle and Maggy’s postures formed a heart shape! It’s fun to see that there are as many women as men at the Bragg Lane Rehab in Manassas. Last week, Arthur Butt, Dave Williams, Hania Amenzoui, Michelle Baxendell, Taylor Lampasona, Stuti Kharel, Barbara and Megan Beverage, Maggy Machado, Lisa Downing and Family Partner, Armando Vargas, helped Construction Team Leader John Blake with sheetrock, window tri..

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Kara Roberts Habitat Doorhangers July 2015Kara Roberts and her Mom distributed doorhangers in a Manassas neighborhood on August 1. This is a great opportunity for kids and their parents to get community service hours taken care of for a youth faith group or school.

The ReStore needs volunteers, too!

The Manassas ReStore is open six days a week, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday – Friday and 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturdays. There are two volunteer shifts per day, a morning shift and an afternoon shif..

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We’re rehabbing the Bragg Lane townhouse in Manassas in partnership with Family Partner Armando Vargas. In just two weekends of work, our wonderful volunteer crews have pulled up the old flooring, gutted the kitchen, replaced the windows, torn out the old patio and brickwork, replaced the front roof and prepped the back roof for re-shingling!

There’s plenty more to do. Sign up on the Volunteer Calendar to volunteer or to bring lunch for the v..

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Youth from Trinity Episcopal Church in Manassas got into the spirit of volunteering
Fifteen youth started cleaning up a storm water management area off Telegraph Road in Woodbridge today, July 14. This is an important task that helps keep our waterways clean of trash and pollutants. Read the complete story and see more photos in the Photo Gallery.

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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..

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