HOUSING TRUST FUND OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA INC DBA HOMEAID NORTHERN VIRGINIA
3684 CENTERVIEW DRIVE NO 110-B, CHANTILLY, VA 20151 www.homeaidnova.org

Total Revenue
$1,704,830
Total Expenses
$1,644,662
Net Assets
$996,724

Organizations Filed Purposes: HOMEAID NORTHERN VIRGINIA (HANV) BUILDS NEW LIVES FOR HOMELESS FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS THROUGH HOUSING AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH. HOMEAID'S GOAL IS TO BE A MAJOR RESOURCE FOR NORTHERN VIRGINIA SERVICE PROVIDERS THROUGH THE CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF HOUSING FOR THE HOMELESS.

HOMEAID NORTHERN VIRGINIA (HANC) BUILD NEW LIVES FOR HOMELESS FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS THROUGH HOUSING AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH.HANV CONNECTS HOMEBUILDERS AND NON-PROFIT SERVICE PROVIDERS TO BUILD AND/OR RENOVATE FACILITIES THAT SERVE THE REGION'S HOMELESS POPULATION, MAKING IT EASY FOR BUILDERS TO DO WHAT THEY DO BEST FOR THE GOOD OF THE COMMUNITY AND STRETCHING THE RESOURCES OF OTHER NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.

HOMEAID NORTHERN VIRGINIA LEVERAGES THE RELATIONSHIPS AND RESOURCES OF THE HOMEBUILDING INDUSTRY TO BUILD AND RENOVATE HOUSING FACILITIES OWNED AND OPERATED BY NON-PROFIT SERVICE PROVIDERS. HANV CONNECTS NON-PROFIT SERVICE PROVIDERS WITH HOMEBUILDERS WHO GENEROUSLY OFFER THEIR EXPERIENCE, TIME AND RESOURCES TO CREATE BEAUTIFULLY CONSTRUCTED OR RENOVATED SPACES. IN 2018, HANV COORDINATED MORE THAN $625,000 IN IN-KIND DONATIONS FROM REGIONAL HOME BUILDING PROFESSIONALS AND TRADE PARTNERS TO RENOVATE FIVE HOUSING FACILITIES. FOR THESE PROJECTS HANV COORDINATED THE WORK OF SEVEN HOMEBUILDERS AND 130 TRADE PARTNERS. IN ADDITION TO THE FIVE PROJECTS COMPLETED IN 2018, FOUR PROJECTS WERE ALREADY IN PROGRESS AT THE END OF THE YEAR. THE PROJECTS THAT HANV UNDERTAKES BENEFIT THE NON-PROFIT PARTNERS THAT OWN AND OPERATE THE SHELTERS AND PROVIDES DIGNIFIED SPACES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS TO HEAL AND TO THRIVE. THE PROJECTS COMPLETED IN 2018 SERVED A RANGE OF PEOPLE INCLUDING THOSE WITH MENTAL ILLNESSES, INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES AND CHILDREN. THE RENOVATIONS VARIED PROJECT TO PROJECT AND INCLUDED ADDING STORAGE SPACE AND SHELVING, INSTALLING NEW FLOORING, IMPROVING ACCESSIBILITY INTO THE FACILITIES, UPDATING NEW CABINETS, COUNTERTOPS AND APPLIANCES IN KITCHENS, AND IMPROVING BATHROOMS. IN ALL CASES, THE RENOVATIONS IMPROVED THE EFFICIENCY AND INCREASED THE SAFETY OF THE SPACES. BY DONATING THEIR SERVICES AND MATERIALS, HANV'S HOME BUILDER PARTNERS ALLOW THE NON-PROFITS TO STRETCH THEIR FUNDS AND FOCUS ON PROGRAMS AND TRAININGS RATHER THAN ON BUILDING PROJECTS.

THE TURNOVER PROGRAM IS A NEW HOMEAID NORTHERN VIRGINIA INITIATIVE, INITIATED IN THE 3RD QUARTER OF 2018, DESIGNED TO HELP ORGANIZATIONS PREPARE UNITS FOR NEW TENANTS BY PAINTING AND REPLACING THE FLOORING THROUGHOUT. THIS IS A GAP WE REALIZED WE COULD EASILY FILL FOR OUR NON PROFIT PARTNERS. WITH THE RAPID REHOUSING* MODEL BEING AT THE FOREFRONT OF TRENDS TO HOUSE THOSE AFFECTED BY HOMELESSNESS, A LOT OF THE UNITS OUR SHELTER PARTNERS OWN ARE TOWNHOMES AND CONDOS THAT HOME A FAMILY FOR A PERIOD OF TIME AND THEN NEED TO BE QUICKLY TURNED OVER. ONCE VACANT THE ORGANIZATION LOSES THE VOUCHER RENTAL ASSISTANCE THEY RECEIVE WHEN THE UNIT IS OCCUPIED, WHICH IS A SOURCE OF INCOME FOR THE ORGANIZATION AND THEIR PROGRAMS. THE GOAL WITH THIS PROGRAM IS TO AVOID HAVING TO FIND A BUILDER CAPTAIN WHICH CAN DELAY THE TURNOVER, HAVE A VERY SPECIFIC SCOPE OF ONLY FLOORING AND PAINT WHICH NOT ONLY SAVES THE SHELTER ORGANIZATION MONEY AT THE ONSET BUT ALSO SAVES THEM MONEY OVER TIME WHEN THEY DON'T HAVE TO RENOVATE THE FLOORING AFTER FUTURE MOVE OUTS, AND TO 'HIRE AND PAY TRADE PARTNERS FAIRLY FOR QUICK TURNAROUND WHICH ULTIMATELY HELPS FACILITATE A NEW FAMILY THE OPPORTUNITY TO FIND STABILITY AND SAFETY IN A SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME. THIS PROGRAM WILL BE FUNDED BY HOMEAID.

HANV SUPPLEMENTS THE WORK OF SHELTER PARTNERS BY OFFERING A VARIETY OF SHELTER SERVICES, INCLUDING PROVIDING ACCESS TO ENTERTAINMENT EVENTS FOR SHELTER RESIDENTS, COORDINATING DONATION DRIVES AND ORGANIZING A YEARLY CONFERENCE FOR THOSE WHO WORK DIRECTLY WITH THIS POPULATION. ONE OF HANV'S MOST POPULAR TRADITIONS IS ITS ANNUAL NIGHT AT THE BALLPARK. RESIDENTS FROM AREA HOMELESS SHELTERS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND A MINOR LEAGUE BALLGAME, ENJOY THE CONCESSIONS, RUN THE BASES AFTER THE GAME, AND WATCH FIREWORKS. IN 2018, HANV PROVIDED HUNDREDS OF TICKETS TO A NIGHT AT THE BALLPARK, AS WELL AS TO OTHER EVENTS LIKE DISNEY ON ICE. BY PROVIDING ADMISSION TO ENTERTAINMENT EVENTS, HANV IS OFFERING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES AN OPPORTUNITY TO PUT ASIDE THE STRESS OF HOMELESSNESS, IF ONLY FOR AN EVENING. THROUGH ITS HELPING HANDS PROGRAMS, HANV FACILITATES THE COLLECTION OF USEFUL ITEMS FOR DISTRIBUTION TO FAMILIES EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS OR TRANSITIONING OUT OF HOMELESSNESS. EVERY YEAR, PRIOR TO THE START OF SCHOOL, HANV COORDINATES A BACKPACK COLLECTION. IN 2018, HANV COLLECTED 450 BACKPACKS WHICH WERE THEN DISTRIBUTED TO CHILDREN LIVING IN SHELTERS. HANV HAS SOLICITED THE COLLECTION OF GROCERY CARDS, HOME ESSENTIALS AND BOXES OF DIAPERS FOR RE-DISTRIBUTION TO FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS TRANSITIONING FROM HOMELESSNESS. HANV'S CHARITABLE REACH EXTENDS TO INCLUDE ASSISTANCE TO UNSHELTERED INDIVIDUALS. IN DECEMBER 2018, HANV PARTNERED WITH ANOTHER NON-PROFIT TO DELIVER HOT MEALS AND WINTER ESSENTIALS TO INDIVIDUALS LIVING IN TENTS IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY. HANV DISTRIBUTED 125 WINTER ESSENTIALS KITS AT THIS EVENT. HANV ALSO HOSTS AN ANNUAL HOUSING FORUM, BRINGING TOGETHER MORE THAN 130 HOUSING AND HOMELESS SERVICE PROVIDERS FROM 49 NON-PROFIT AND GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS. PARTICIPANTS AT THIS EVENT SHARE BEST PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES. A HIGHLIGHT OF THIS EVENT IS THE CHANCE FOR ATTENDEES TO NETWORK AND DISCUSS WITH EXPERTS FROM NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IMPORTANT TOPICS LIKE RACIAL EQUITY AND HOMELESSNESS. THIS FORUM IS OFFERED AS A SERVICE TO HANV'S NON-PROFIT PARTNERS.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Kristyn BurrEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR37.5$113,423
Scott A CananDIRECTOR1$0
Deepak KakarDIRECTOR1$0
Alison C LeeDIRECTOR1$0
Soledad PortillaDIRECTOR1$0
Stephanie BerkowitzDIRECTOR1$0
Warren C RalstonDIRECTOR1$0
Jack GallagherDIRECTOR1$0
Gary ChandlerDIRECTOR1$0
Jarod BlaneyDIRECTOR1$0
John Buhl JrDIRECTOR1$0
Rick ColeTREASURER1$0
Deborah RosensteinDIRECTOR1$0
Sal A MiglioreDIRECTOR1$0
Terri StagiDIRECTOR1$0
Doug SmithDIRECTOR1$0
Barry H SchwartzDIRECTOR1$0
Michael ScheurerDIRECTOR1$0
Mike SandkuhlerPRESIDENT1$0
Russ RosenbergerDIRECTOR1$0
John P MonacciDIRECTOR1$0
Brian DavidsonDIRECTOR1$0
Jason McdonoughSECRETARY1$0
Donald KnutsonDIRECTOR1$0
Charles Helme IiiDIRECTOR1$0
Bryan H GuidashDIRECTOR1$0
Steve GrayDIRECTOR1$0
David GillDIRECTOR1$0
John DezinnoDIRECTOR1$0
Gregory L CarterDIRECTOR1$0
John DarvishDIRECTOR1$0
Juston SizemoreDIRECTOR1$0
Skip CauseyDIRECTOR1$0
Jerry BermanPRESIDENT1$0
Patti BrownsteinDIRECTOR1$0
Steven B AlloyDIRECTOR1$0

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