HomeAid Invests Nearly $240,000 into Helping the Homeless in 2014

Chantilly, VA, December 16, 2014 — HomeAid Northern Virginia announced today that, in 2014, the organization completed eight renovations and invested nearly $240,000 into upgrading properties that serve the area’s homeless. Nearly 1,300 individuals directly benefitted from these renovations with a projection that 50,000 will benefit over the next 10 years. HomeAid saved shelters 92% in construction costs, a total of more than $221,000.

In addition, Women Giving Back (WGB) served approximately 4,000 individuals and distributed 66,600 items in 2014.  

2014 projects included: