The Velasquez Group is one of the recent donors who stepped in during the COVID-19 pandemic to help us complete work at our current rehab project in the City of Manassas.

The owner of Velasquez Construction, Carlos Velasquez, graciously offered his company’s help just because he likes to do what he can for the community. Several of his employees were involved. Jairo, his office manager, made sure schedules were coordinated. Jose installed custom millwork around the front door. Elvin repaired the cracked and settled concrete in the front walkway. Polo caulked and painted the front entry to secure it against the elements. This was all extra work for the employees, who worked at Habitat’s site in addition to their company’s work.

The three men did a tremendous job making the front walkway and entrance to the home beautiful. We’d like to thank them and the many other volunteers and donors who have worked on the Old Hickory project over the past few months. It’s only because of you that Habitat for Humanity Prince William County is able to provide safe and affordable home ownership opportunities in our community.

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Habitat for Humanity Prince William County has been making homes safe and affordable since 1994. The work featured in this video is at a rehab in the City of Manassas. The home will be sold to a family partner who has gone through an extensive application process. Habitat for Humanity Prince William County has completed more than 200 home builds, rehabs, repairs and Neighborhood Revitalization projects in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park.