HomeAid of Northern Virginia will soon begin a major building project of a 5,000-square-foot residential facility for Youth For Tomorrow, a nonprofit organization based in Bristow that helps young children and teens who face homelessness and are survivors of sex trafficking.
The new home will provide a safe and secure housing environment for these children and young adults. The construction will result in an estimated $700,000 investment in the community and through its Builder Captain, Stanley Martin Homes and trade partners. HomeAid will obtain significant cost savings off the total retail construction costs, according to a news release.
The savings will allow Youth for Tomorrow to invest more money in the programs and services that will make a lasting difference in the lives of the young people in its care.