BRHFH recently partnered with Shenandoah County Public Schools and Triplett Tech to improve and expand vocation educational opportunities for a new generation of workers while also teaching about the need for affordable housing in our community.  Habitat for Humanity purchased a house constructed by students enrolled at Triplett Tech.  The purchase of this home is an innovative partnership which will allow Triplett Tech to fund a combination of workforce development, job skills acquisition and career readiness for upcoming students. By embracing this partnership with Triplett Tech, BRHFH is actively helping the public-school system fulfill key points in its long-term strategic plan for CTE development. 

The home will be moved in sections to its permanent location at 263 Shenandoah Street in Mt. Jackson where it will be affixed to a foundation and then finished by volunteers for a pre-identified qualified family in Habitat’s homeowner program.

BRHFH is currently fundraising to transport this one level rancher shell to the site and finish the following:

•    Drywall and insulation

•    Interior trim, and doors

•    HVAC

•    Interior trim and floor coverings

•    Finish wiring, fixtures, and major appliances

•    Finish plumbing, fixtures, and sewage system

•    Cabinets and major appliances

•    Vent for dryer and bath fans

•    Exterior siding

The total cost of this project is estimated at $90,000.

Also, as part of Blue Ridge Habitat for Humanity’s neighborhood revitalization project in Mt. Jackson, Habitat is also building a single-story home at 273 Shenandoah Lane with students from Triplett Tech and local volunteers.  The total cost of this project is estimated at $90,000.

These two homes join 4 other Habitat homes in the same neighborhood. 

We hope to raise $180,000 for construction of these two homes and $20,000 additional for predevelopment in Strasburg.



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Shenandoah County Campaign

by Blue Ridge Habitat for Humanity


BRHFH recently partnered with Shenandoah County Public Schools and Triplett Tech to improve and expand vocation educational opportunities for a new generation of workers while also teaching about the need for affordable housing in our community.  Habitat for Humanity purchased a house constructed by students enrolled at Triplett Tech.  The purchase of this home is an innovative partnership which will allow Triplett Tech to fund a combination of workforce development, job skills acquisition and career readiness for upcoming students. By embracing this partnership with Triplett Tech, BRHFH is actively helping the public-school system fulfill key points in its long-term strategic plan for CTE development. 

The home will be moved in sections to its permanent location at 263 Shenandoah Street in Mt. Jackson where it will be affixed to a foundation and then finished by volunteers for a pre-identified qualified family in Habitat’s homeowner program.

BRHFH is currently fundraising to transport this one level rancher shell to the site and finish the following:

•    Drywall and insulation

•    Interior trim, and doors

•    HVAC

•    Interior trim and floor coverings

•    Finish wiring, fixtures, and major appliances

•    Finish plumbing, fixtures, and sewage system

•    Cabinets and major appliances

•    Vent for dryer and bath fans

•    Exterior siding

The total cost of this project is estimated at $90,000.

Also, as part of Blue Ridge Habitat for Humanity’s neighborhood revitalization project in Mt. Jackson, Habitat is also building a single-story home at 273 Shenandoah Lane with students from Triplett Tech and local volunteers.  The total cost of this project is estimated at $90,000.

These two homes join 4 other Habitat homes in the same neighborhood. 

We hope to raise $180,000 for construction of these two homes and $20,000 additional for predevelopment in Strasburg.