History of a Long Partnership with Winchester Homes

Did you know?
Winchester Homes has completed 6 shelter projects, helping us make an investment of more than $1 million in housing for the homeless.

These projects gave more than 400 homeless people a new start by providing a safe and stable place to live – many more people will continue to benefit from their long-lasting work.

Winchester Homes has been one of our most dedicated Builder Captains. They served as Builder Captain with Miller and Smith on a project for Volunteers of America Chesapeake for the total renovation of the Loudoun Transitional Housing shelter for homeless families and single women. The smart renovations maximized the functionality of the apartments, providing a more dignified, practical, and safe living environment for eight families.

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“Since coming to the transitional program, I have experienced such a feeling of growth. I was completely shocked to see the new rooms. What a feeling to have the help my family and I are getting through this program, and to be able to come back each day to these rooms – they’re like luxury apartments, and they make me feel like I’m worth something.”

– Sarah, a resident of the Loudoun Transitional Housing Program

In addition to their strong project leadership, Winchester Homes has been a valuable partner in many other ways – from their sponsorship of our Annual Gala & Auction to the leadership of John Monacci (Winchester Homes Executive Vice President) on our Board of Directors (as well as HomeAid America’s Board of Directors), Winchester Homes is making a difference in our ability to fulfill our mission of building new lives for the homeless. In recognition of their dedication, John Monacci was named as the recipient of our 2014 Presidents’ AwardTHANK YOU!
Other important projects that Winchester Homes has led: ACTS 2008, NOVACO 2009, Cornerstones 2011, ACTS 2015