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Habitat for Humanity Prince William County and the Manassas and Woodbridge ReStores would like to wish you and yours safe and happy holidays!

We welcome your end of year donations. For convenience, we will be open the last week of December but please note our holiday hours:

Tuesday through Friday, 12/19-12/22: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, 12/23: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday through Tuesday, 12/24-12/26: CLOSED
Wednesday through Friday, 12/27-12/29: 9 a..

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! We’re hosting a Holiday Open House and Volunteer Reception at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore – Woodbridge this evening to bring in the season. You’re welcome to come! The Open House will be held from 5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at 14055 Noblewood Plaza, Woodbridge, next to BJs and at the corner of the Prince William Parkway and Minnieville Road.

This post will show you some of the items that are in stock at..

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It’s the holiday season of giving. Let’s help these families.

Sheds like the ones in the background and additions to mobile homes must be removed.

A concerned citizen notified officials in the Prince William County zoning office that they felt there were building violations in the Marumsco Mobile Home Park. Because the County had received a complaint, they were obligated to investigate. In the end, the County levied 39 citations in the communi..

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#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving. It is celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving in the United States. You help us celebrate a kind of “Giving Tuesday” every day at the ReStore. Thank you! We decided to wrap this special #GivingTuesday message into our regular “What’s New at the ReStore” post. While reading about #GivingTuesday, enjoy some photos of items people gave to the ReStore this week.

#GivingTuesday follows the widely ..

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Habitat for Humanity Prince William County is grateful for those who believe in our mission to help families build better lives through safe and stable housing. We are grateful for the generosity of our supporters who give their time and their donations. And we are grateful for our families who are willing to build a better foundation for their families.

We are fortunate to operate two ReStores in our community. Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore ..

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Habitat for Humanity Prince William County recently held elections to its Board of Directors for Fiscal Year 2018.

New board members include Rob Major (L), President of Major Home Inspections, a family-owned business in Prince William County, who was elected to serve a three-year term ending in 2020. Mr. Major previously served on Habitat’s board from 2006-2012.  He was also elected to serve as the Secretary of the Board of Directors for a o..

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Looking for a rewarding career?

Habitat for Humanity Prince William County is now hiring an Assistant Manager and ReStore Associates for our new Woodbridge location. Come on board during this exciting time of expansion for the Habitat ReStore. We are hiring immediately!

We are also hiring a National Service (VISTA) position in our Manassas office. You’ll have the opportunity to represent Habitat for Humanity in the community. Your job wil..

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Habitat for Humanity’s mission is to build a world where everyone has a safe, decent place to live. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has been a valuable partner in that mission. 

We would like to thank HUD for its continued support through HOME, SHOP, and CDBG funding! 

HUD’s Home Investment Partnership Program, also known as HOME, helps organizations like Habitat make decent, affordable housing possible for low-income ..

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Calling all volunteers — join us for for one or more spring cleaning events!
Parkway Pond Cleanup

We’re looking for a group of volunteers to help us with spring cleaning at the Parkway Pond. The Parkway Pond cleanup will take place on Saturday, April 22nd from 9am – 12pm. The pond is part of the Neabsco Creek Watershed. It’s located on property owned by Prince William County’s government. Litter flows into the pond from nearby shopping cent..

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Navy Veteran - Thomas MersichNavy Veteran Thomas Mersich served from 1951 – 1955 as an Aviation Ordnanceman. Later, he lived in New Jersey where he built airplane cockpits and flight simulators. Thomas’ varied career included a stint as a machinist and toolmaker, groundskeeping for a wealthy gentleman, and testing milk on a dairy farm. At one point he owned his own dairy farm.

Navy Veteran - post office mural

Thomas moved to Virginia in 1972. He rented a room in Chantilly for $12 a week before p..

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