ABW Appliances has been working with HomeAid for over 5 years, and we can't say enough about the positive impact this organization has had in Northern VA. What began as a business relationship quickly grew to a true love for the compassion and assistance provided by HomeAid.
Our company has been associated with HomeAid Northern Virginia for almost 10 years. This is a great organization. They have a hard working staff that continually amazes me.
This organization does so much with very little overhead. Hard working staff and active board assures that the dollars raised go directly into the mission!
I've been associated with home building in Northern Virginia for twenty years and was exposed to HANV over ten years ago. Through the years I've been amazed at the consistent, professional and focused approach of the Board and staff at HomeAid. Their continuing efforts to help those in need truly demonstrate how much a caring group of people can do when they team together. Through volunteers, interns, staff and members HANV has positively impacted the lives of many thousands in our community who are down on their luck but looking for a helping hand and new start. Keep up the great work HomeAid Northern Virginia.
I was the marketing intern for HomeAid and they always had all thier supporters in mind when they made every decision. They're professional and very respectful and know how to make someone feel like part of the team. They have always worked hard and focused on what they needed to do in order to get things done. HomeAid's staff is kind, patient, and extremely easy to get along with. The workplace shows the same amount of care for eachother as they do for their clients.
As an intern at HomeAid Northern Virginia, I saw that each staff member is incredibly hard-working and truly dedicated to their mission of rebuilding lives. Through shelter projects and events like the Night at the Ballpark, the HomeAid Team has made a huge impact on this community and will continue to change lives for years to come.
I am the executive director of the HomeAid chapter in Houston and have always admired the amazing work done by the HomeAid Northern Virginia chapter. They are, without a doubt, one of the busiest chapters in our network and are great contributors to our national organization.
I interned at HomeAid Northern Virginia for about 4 months and based on my experience I truly believe they are a great non-profit. The staff is small but each member puts in so much time, energy, and attention to detail into every project and event they complete. It's amazing what the staff of 3 and a few seasonal interns are able to accomplish. From fundraising to shelter services and creating volunteer opportunities HomeAid Northern Virginia covers all the bases and is continuing to impact the lives of Northern Virginia's homeless in a positive way. HomeAid Northern Virginia recognizes the need for affordable housing and shelter services in the area and addresses it. As a member of the community I can attest that I am thankful to HomeAid for what they are doing for this area and its homeless individuals.
HomeAid Northern Virginia builds and renovates homeless shelters and housing facilities via the donated expertise, labor and resources of homebuilders and trade partners. Big Thanks for their help and services.
HomeAid is a wonderful organization that we have the pleasure to serve. Miller and Smith and our many subcontractors are thankful that there is an organization like HomeAid that serves the community and give us the opportunity to put our resources to use in such a purposeful and helpful way.
I have worked directly with HomeAid on a shelter project that helped save lives of domestic abuse victims. What a great charity with a tremendous cause!
Shelter House has partnered with HomeAid for many years through Women Giving Back and Night at the Ballpark, and our clients have benefited wonderfully from this partnership. This past year we partnered with HomeAid to renovate a single family home serving clients at Artemis House. Working with HomeAid was such a wonderful experience- the staff at HomeAid truly care about building new lives for the homeless, and they are an asset to partners like Shelter House .
I have worked with directly with HomeAid over the last five (5) years on various projects. The resources that HomeAid is able to bring to nonprofit organizations like ours is truly "amazing and invaluable". Christy and her team have always put our needs as a customer first making sure that the final product would meet our expectations and the needs of those we serve. The impact of their partnership can be witnessed throughout many of our program properties and the lasting relationships built especially mine is truly exemplifies the HomeAid impact. Our community has a true champion of hope and change in HomeAid
I work directly with HomeAid Northern Virginia, and this organization is truly dedicated to helping people rebuild their lives. Under the excellent leadership of Christy Eaton, HomeAid is constantly in the community developing partnerships that lead to new and improved housing for people who are homeless. What an impactful and inspiring organization!
I spent 25 yrs as a nonprofit exec before starting my own consulting firm. Through my company I have had the privilege of working with HomeAid as a meeting facilitator and as their strategic planning consultant. I have never before worked with a group that is more dedicated and focused and has an incredible ability stay laser focused on their mission yet execute in such a comfortable, non-stressed way. Even during the grand recession when the housing market was dead, the housing execs on the HomeAid NoVA board continued to fund the work and actively participate at all levels.
Cleveland Group, LLC
I had the honor of chairing HOMEAID Northern Virginia's Annual Gala in 2008. That year the economy was in shambles, but everyone involved worked tirelessly to support a charity that partners builders and their subs to build and renovate homeless shelters and so wonderfully supports other non profits that serve the homeless. HOMEAID Northern Virginia is still a rather unknown charity to many in the Washington, DC metro area, but the work they do is truly substantial.
Sue Butler, Vice President, Sales and Marketing
The Paxton Companies
Several years ago I got involved with HOMEAID Northern Virginia as a volunteer. I began by working on the sponsorship committee for their annual Gala and in 2008 I chaired the Gala. The work of this charity is amazing and profound. They partner builders and what they do best - build and renovate - with their subs to build and renovate homeless shelters for other nonprofits who serve the homeless in northern Virginia. People on the board and committees and sponsors ALL generously give of their time, their expertise, their talents, and their resources. The work of HOMEAID also serves to educate and support other charities who assist the homeless. I know from firsthand experience with this charity it remains one of the best kept secret in northern Virginia and helps many!
HomeAid has assisted my organization and the clients we serve for many years. Most recently, their volunteer efforts to put on the "Night at the Ballpark" has been extremely successful. In the past, they have helped us renovate housing units for our transitional housing programs. I cannot say enough good things about HomeAids work - truly wonderful seeing what they continuously do for the community!
While having the opportunity to volunteer at HomeAid Northern Virginia I was able to see inside the work HomeAid does and the impact it has on the community. Their efforts are truly amazing the and are helping to change people's lives everyday. The staff is extraordinary and take pleasure in their work.
HomeAid Northern Virginia is led by an amazing executive director and team who are passionate and genuine about the services and assistance they provide to shelter residents that impact and change their lives for the better. In the summer and fall of 2013, I worked on a domestic violence awareness project with survivors in our area shelters and transitional housing, and the support I received from HomeAid Northern Virginia through interviews, references and recommendations expanded and enriched the project. The quality of the physical work of the builders and trade partners involved in the repair and renovation projects of shelters equals the quality of the hearts of all of the individuals who commit to make all of their programs and activities successful.