Did you see our article in the Mechanicsville Local about our Solar Project? It was published on June 1, 2022. Check it out here - https://issuu.com/mechlocal/docs/20230601rsma. We are on the front cover and page 12. A big shout out to Christina Amano Dolan who is the Editor and wonderful community partner for Habitat!
We completed our first solar project on May 20, 2022 on one of our Habitat homes built in 2011. This project was fully funded by GiveSolar, a nonprofit social impact organization that assists other nonprofits and low-income homeowners to gain access to solar energy. They are partnering with Habitat affiliates across Virginia for first-time solar
What a HOT golf tournament! Wonderful sponsors, players, and volunteers truly blessed Habitat during our event. Thanks to them, we raised a tremendous amount of funds that will be used to build affordable homes and make critical repairs in Hanover and King William Counties. We can't wait till our next! Thanks to Dave Werner &
Join us in turning cans into cash! Habitat has been collecting cans to further its mission since 1999. Between May and July, the number of cans collected will help Habitat compete in a Novelis grant. There will be 3 winners, based on how many pounds are collected. In order to be at the top, we
Check out this great article from the Tidewater Review about one of our Critical Repairs in West Point Learn more about our critical repair program here. Habitat for Humanity helps bring comfort to West Point family By Amy Jo Martin, Tidewater Review May 02, 2022 at 11:41 am https://www.dailypress.com/tidewater-review/va-tr-habitat-hvac-0504-20220502-neey2xlnqjhltevpnkkoisbelu-story.html WEST POINT — For
Howells donated an entire heating and air conditioning system at the Greenwood Church Road property to help keep the purchase price affordable for the Palomino Family. https://www.howellsac.com/