Chantilly, VA, November 13, 2014 — HomeAid Northern Virginia, which builds and renovates facilities for the homeless and provides clothing to women and children in crisis, presented Cornerstones with its Nonprofit Service Provider Project of the Year Award on November 1. This award recognizes an organization that has made a deeper impact on the community and on the lives of the clients it serves because of its partnership with HomeAid.
HomeAid and local homebuilders have completed two renovations for Cornerstones this year:
In addition, HomeAid presented its annual Presidents’ Award to John Monacci, executive vice president, Winchester Homes and the annual Trade Partner of the Year Award to Heritage Contracting.
The Presidents’ Award, presented to an individual, a company or an organization that has shown exceptional dedication to the goal of ending homelessness with service to HomeAid Northern Virginia, is the organization’s highest honor. The Trade Partner of the Year Award is presented to a vendor, trade partner or industry partner who has gone above and beyond in their service to HomeAid.
HomeAid’s annual Gala and Silent Auction, held November 1 in Herndon, was attended by 425 individuals and raised more than $300,000. HomeAid will use these funds to help build and renovate homeless shelters and temporary housing and expand the Women Giving Back program to provide more clothing for homeless women and children in Northern Virginia.