Warren County Habitat for Humanity, Inc. is grateful for the recent donation of two lots on Pin Oak Drive in the Shenandoah Shores subdivision by Mrs. Orma Caves. Mrs. Caves and her husband had purchased the lots in the 1950s when Shenandoah Shores was first formed as a recreational neighborhood. Habitat hopes to build a new home on the site in the future.
Habitat is dependent upon the generosity of people like Mrs. Caves and her family. Habitat is a nonprofit organization providing low, interest free mortgages to low income homeowners, allowing them to achieve the dream of homeownership while building knowledge, confidence, personal equity, and a sense of community spirit.
If you are interested in donating to or volunteering with Warren County Habitat, you can find more information on our website at www.warrencountyhabitat.org or contact Jessica Priest-Cahill, Executive Director at email@example.com or (540)551-3232.
We are currently looking for individuals willing to serve on our operational committees and for a lot in the Skyline MS/HS school district.