HomeAid Northern Virginia is seeking a Builder Captain for a small renovation project for Fauquier Family Shelter near Warrenton. The townhome, which is part of Fauquier Family Shelter’s transitional housing program, needs a few improvements before a resident family can move in.
As with most projects, the Builder Captain will provide project leadership; help organize in-kind donation assistance from trade partners; and leverage their assets, knowledge and contacts to reduce the cost of the renovation and oversee the project from start to finish. The project has been pre-screened by HomeAid Northern Virginia’s Board of Directors, and the scope of work and project expectations are well documented.
For more information about this project, or if you’re interested in serving as a Builder Captain for future projects, please contact Christy Eaton, HomeAid Northern Virginia executive director, at 571.283.6320. More information is also available online.
“There’s so much need in the communities in which we live and work. It’s an honor to be able to help our region’s non-profits and the families that they so ably serve.”
“Pulte has always been very active in its charitable giving, and we like giving back to the community in a way that ties in with the building industry. HomeAid is a great way to do that. We’re always glad to take part.”
“We want to focus our donations directly to non-profits because we believe they make better use of the funds. After we learned more about HomeAid and heard about this project, it was easy for us to say, ‘Yes.’ We’re a local builder, we all live in the community, and we like to give back.”
“We like to work with HomeAid because we feel it’s an obligation as good corporate citizens, and to be a part of all the good work that HomeAid does. But most of all, it’s because our people get energized by it. As an organization, from the top down, we all feel that we get as much as we give, and it gives all of us a huge energy boost. It’s exciting to know that we’re making such a big difference to so many.”