Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville

celebrating 25 years of building dreams EST. 1991

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Southwood kicks off school year as a community

Southwood kicks off school year as a community

On Wednesday, August 14th, parents, teachers, children and community supporters came together to celebrate the beginning of the new school year at the Southwood Community Center. Hosted by Habitat for Humanity and the Albemarle County Public Schools, the 4th annual Back to School Festival welcomed nearly 800 people, doubling attendance from last year.  Dozens of teachers and administrators from Cale Elementary, Burley Middle and Monticello High School mingled with parents and students, answering questions and distributing school supplies provided courtesy of Walmart.

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The Daily Progress: City housing effort seeks 'tight-knit community' of diverse homes

The Daily Progress: City housing effort seeks 'tight-knit community' of diverse homes

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NBC29 covers Burnet Commons III: The Park dedication

NBC29 covers Burnet Commons III: The Park dedication

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Six Habitat families are home for the holidays

Six Habitat families are home for the holidays

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Newsplex covers Habitat's first Burnet Commons III: The Park dedication

Newsplex covers Habitat's first Burnet Commons III: The Park dedication

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