Spotlight: Loudoun Habitat for Humanity

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Mission: Loudoun Habitat for Humanity works toward the goal of eliminating poverty housing throughout the county by providing innovative and affordable housing solutions to qualified individuals and families.

Contact Information:

Loudoun Habitat for Humanity Administrative Office
109 Harrison St. NE
Leesburg, VA 20176
703-737-6788 (fax)


The annual budget is $1.2 million dollars.  Loudoun Habitat receives some grant money, but it also holds several fundraising events throughout the year to make up the difference.  Loudoun Habitat operates ReStore, which is located in Purcellville.  ReStore sells new and gently used building materials and  home improvement items.


Established in 1993, Loudoun Habitat has built or rehabbed 21 houses in Loudoun County, serving approximately 80 people. Over the last two to three years, they have built 3 new construction homes in western Loudoun in the Village of St. Louis, just north of Middleburg, and purchased, rehabbed, and resold 6 foreclosed properties in the eastern part of the county. 

How you can help:

"Every year for the holidays, we do a collection for the children of our partner families,“ said Jeffrey Dee, Executive Director of Loudoun Habitat for Humanity.

“While all of our needs have been met this year for holiday donations, we are always interested in donations and support from the commumity, including donations of time for our projects,” he added.  

You can also visit and shop at Loudoun Habitat ReStore, 711 East Main St., Purcellville.  540-579-4508.  Store Hours: Tues. - Sat., 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.  

Their next fundraising event is the Annual Masquerade Ball which will be held March 2.

Dave Boyd December 06, 2012 at 01:50 PM
The most satisfying non-profit ever! Helping others and building something - what more is there? Come volunteer with us or donate some land!


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