Thankful for a place to call home
Like so many other parents, Jessica and Robert cooked a big meal for their family this Thanksgiving. They carefully prepared the turkey, vegetables, stuffing and pie for the holiday dinner. But this year, Jessica, Robert and their three children have a special reason to celebrate. This year, they finally have a place to call home.
Thanks to all who made the third annual Rake-A-Thon a success!
On Saturday, November 7, more than 200 volunteers joined together to raise funds and awareness for affordable housing as part of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville’s 3rd Annual Rake-a-Thon. Volunteers throughout Charlottesville raked lawns in exchange for donations to Habitat.
Habitat welcomes home the Abbas-Mohammed, Rabi and Turner Families
On Saturday, September 26th, the Abbas-Mohammed, Rabi and Turner Families came together to celebrate the dedication of their new homes. The incredible journeys of these three soon-to-be neighbors at Burnet Commons II: The Woods made this an especially heartwarming ceremony.
Habitat seeks an executive level Chief Advancement Officer to lead fundraising efforts
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville seeks an executive level Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) to lead Habitat’s fundraising efforts. This position is a rare opportunity to join an organization that is challenging and transforming the model and assumptions for its field. This isn't the average development officer job. It is a chance to take a lead role in a paradigm shift that will have lasting, positive benefits for generations of families.