Building strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter since 1997.
2017 saw us scale to meet the challeges of our community:
Habitat for Humanity of Winchester-Frederick-Clarke (HFHWFC) is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization focused on building and rehabilitating homes, communities and hope. As a non-profit housing agency, HFHWC is grateful that businesses, civic organizations, churches and individuals understand the value of, and need for, affordable housing. This is the reason for HFHWFC’s continued growth over the last 20 years. We believe everyone deserves a decent and safe place to live.
Winchester ReStore is a home improvement outlet center that sells new and used building supplies, furniture and home décor at discount prices. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Winchester-Frederick-Clarke.
HFHWFC transforms lives and community by creating affordable housing opportunities for those who qualify, providing critical home repairs to local homeowners, and organizing community outreach projects which impact the greater Winchester-Frederick-Clarke neighborhoods.
On April 15 a tornado, with winds of more than 130 miles per hour, severely damaged about 140 homes in Amherst County. The executive director of Amherst County’s Habitat for Humanity chapter has taken on the role of coordinator of disaster relief, putting out a call for help and supplies.
The local Habitat for Humanity chapter has received a state grant to support its annual neighborhood revitalization efforts.
On Monday, the Keep Virginia Beautiful environmental organization announced that Habitat for Humanity of Winchester-Frederick-Clarke had been selected as one of the recipients in its monthlong 30 Grants in Thirty Days initiative.
Habitat volunteers Ed Novak and Chuck Renner work on elderly Berryville resident's home. Novak said that home repair is a primary focus of Habitat’s efforts in Clarke County.