Who are we?
Central Valley Habitat for Humanity is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. HFH does not build homes for people, but with them as equal partners. Habitat homeowners build alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.
Location: 205 Dry River Rd. Bridgewater, VA 22812
Telephone: (540) 828-6288
Office Hours: M-F: 9am – 1pm
Learn By Doing
Central Valley Habitat for Humanity is a place for everyone, with opportunities to volunteer on and off the construction site. Volunteers can work with us in many different capacities, including committees, construction coordinators, sponsors, newsletter folders, and more!
Whether you are a skilled electrician or an unskilled volunteer wanting to work on the site for the first time, we will teach you!
Central Valley HFH Mission
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Central Valley Habitat for Humanity, Inc. brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
From Our Director
” The work is not done until everyone has a ‘decent place to live.’ We have identified many families who qualify through their need and we get calls daily. We hope that you will join us in working toward our powerful, productive, and rewarding goal. After all, CVHfH has a place for everyone to help put God’s love into action in our community. “
How to Stay in Touch
We have lots of ways that you can stay in touch with our organization and what we’re up to in the community. We utilize social media, with a presence on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube, or you can opt to receive emails and newsletters by email or mail.
Sign-up to Volunteer Online!
Fill out our eligibility & waiver form, create a POINT app account and start volunteering!
We have opportunities available in our ReStore, on committees, and on the construction site. You can always check our volunteer page to see what shifts are available for the current month.
Follow us on Instagram @CentralValleyHabitat to see photos from the construction site, events, and more!
Follow us on Twitter /CentralValleyVA to see event photos, construction updates, stories, motivational tweets, and more!
Our Youtube Channel
Subscribe to Central Valley Habitat for Humanity on Youtube to see videos of our current projects, rehabs, events, and more!
Join our Host and Community Outreach Coordinator Kirsten Pittman on our podcast, Let’s Build. We talk about the affordable housing crisis and how we can continue advocating for safe, decent, and affordable housing for all.
Subscribe to the Newsletter
Sign-up for our newsletter by mail or email to receive a quarterly update on what we’ve been up to, as well as exclusive stories and information about our projects.
Sign-Up to Volunteer
Sign-up to volunteer and you’ll be added to our volunteer database to receive emails about upcoming volunteer opportunities on and off the construction site!
Our News & Announcements
Keep an eye out for new press releases, events, and news that we publish on our website. Questions about our news? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come out and support local families in need of safe, decent, and affordable housing by participating in our ReStore silent auction! The auction will begin on Friday, January 21 from 10:00 AM - 11:30 but will only be open to first bids from attendees of our Ribbon...
2021-2022 House Sponsors
These businesses and organizations are providing financial and volunteer support for our 2021-2022 builds. Without their help, our mission in the community would not be possible!
DHCD partners with Virginia’s communities to develop their economic potential, regulates Virginia’s building and fire codes, provides training and certification for building officials, and invests more than $100 million each year into housing and community development projects throughout the state – the majority of which are designed to help low- to moderate-income citizens. By partnering with local governments, nonprofit groups, state and federal agencies, and others, DHCD is working to improve the quality of life for Virginians.
Wells Fargo BuildsSM program: Thousands of employees have volunteered to build, renovate, paint, and repair affordable homes with low- and moderate-income families and individuals in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity International and Rebuilding Together.
Through our businesses and the Wells Fargo Foundation, we align our resources and expertise to make a positive impact in communities, address complex societal issues, and help build a more inclusive, sustainable future for all.
We provide grants to nonprofit organizations working to strengthen the resiliency of our communities and our planet with a focus on supporting nonprofits that strategically align with our funding priorities: financial health, housing affordability, small business growth, and sustainability and environmental justice.
We prioritize funding to activities and programs that have a broad reach and impact several geographical areas, communities, and/or groups. We also focus on supporting the needs of underserved communities and advancing racial equity.