Building a Better Community Through Affordable Home Ownership

Other Ways to Support

There are other ways to support Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia:

Special Events
Participate in our special events! For information on upcoming events, click here.

Donate Professional Services
Donate professional services or specialty subcontracting services, building supplies or construction equipment. The generosity of architects, engineers, planners, contractors and suppliers helps reduce our development costs, which means lower mortgage payments for our first-time, lower-income homebuyers. To learn more, please contact Noemi Riveira, Director of Real Estate Development, at 703-521-9890 x101.

Donate Property
A house, condo unit, townhome, apartment building or land. Obtaining property/land in our area is expensive, often one-third to one-half the total development costs for our homes. By donating land or property, you help us provide a lower-income partner family with the opportunity to purchase an affordable home. To discuss donating property or land, please contact Noemi Riveira, Director of Real Estate Development, at 703-521-9890 x101.

Donate Construction Materials
Purchase items we need for construction. It’s easy—simply browse our Amazon Wishlist. After you make a purchase through Amazon from the list, they will ship the item(s) directly to us.

Amazon Smile
Shop through Amazon Smile to support our work! Whether you’re buying books for the kids, garden tools for mom, a movie for grandpa — has you covered! Use the links below, and Habitat NOVA will earn a percentage of your purchase, with no extra cost to you!

The Referral Project Designate Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia as your charity of choice when you use The Referral Project, a national real estate referral service. The Referral Project refers real estate agents to buyers and sellers anywhere in the country. If the buyer/seller selects Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia, the Referral Project will donate 50 percent of its share of the commission earnings to our organization. To learn more, visit: