LAWS, The Abused Women’s shelter in Loudoun County, is ready to aid those in need of a safe harbor, thanks to HomeAid Northern Virginia and Builder Captain, Renaissance Homes. They transformed an inadequate building into a “cute little rambler” with more beds and space. A tough easement issue held the project up, but HomeAid worked with local and national experts to solve the problem.
At the dedication, Shelter Director Sue Curtis and HomeAid Past President William Berry cut the ribbon, reopened the doors to the Shelter and thanked the Builder Captain, Renaissance Homes, and its trade partners who donated their time and materials.
If your organization serves individuals or families affected by homelessness and has housing or program space that is in need of extensive renovations or you have a bigger construction vision for the future, HomeAid can help!
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