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Chantilly Nonprofit Completes Renovations for the Homeless

The non profit invested over $1.6 million in renovations.

Renovations for Alternative House’s Assisting Young Mothers program. Photo courtesy HomeAid Northern Virginia.
Renovations for Alternative House’s Assisting Young Mothers program. Photo courtesy HomeAid Northern Virginia.

Chantilly-based nonprofit HomeAid Northern Virginia renovated 14 properties for the area’s homeless this year.

HomeAid invested over $1.6 million in upgrading various properties, benefitting nearly 250 people, according to an announcement from the organization. The organization builds and renovates facilities for the homeless population.

One of the completed projects was for Alternative House’s Assisting Young Mothers program, which serves pregnant teens and young mothers. The $30,000 project brought in a new bathroom, flooring, insulation, and other improvements.

Check out more of their projects on their website

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