HomeAid Northern Virginia Announces 2014 Trade Partner of the Year Award
Chantilly, VA, June 30, 2014
HomeAid Northern Virginia, which builds and renovates homeless shelters and other facilities that help homeless families and individuals, announced today that Heritage Contracting has won its Trade Partner of the Year Award.
The Trade Partner of the Year Award is presented to a vendor, trade partner or industry partner who has gone above and beyond in their service to HomeAid.
“Heritage Contracting has been a tremendous supporter of HomeAid, not only for our projects, but through their financial support as well,” said Sal Migliore, HomeAid president, and president, Augustine Homes. “They can always be called upon to help with any project. They have been one of the most generous companies we’ve worked with over the past 10 years.”
“Heritage Contracting has had the privilege of being involved with HomeAid and Women Giving Back since the beginning. We’ve seen the changes in people’s lives that come from the simple things we -- the building and trade community -- provide,” said James Stagi, president, Heritage Contracting. “It’s humbling and joyous to be able to help in some small way. In today’s world we move so fast that sometimes we forget that we can make a difference. If you haven’t been involved, I urge you to make this the year you join us."
About HomeAid Northern Virginia
HomeAid Northern Virginia, a chapter of HomeAid America, leverages the resources of the homebuilding community and its corporate partners to undertake new construction or major renovations to homeless shelters, transitional houses and other facilities that help homeless people gain stability and a roof over their heads.
HomeAid Northern Virginia was started in 2001 by the members of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association (NVBIA), and since then has completed 87 projects valued at more than $12.2 million, serving more than 60,000 homeless individuals. HomeAid also manages Women Giving Back, a program which provides free clothing to women and children in crisis.