In these days ahead, Piedmont Habitat for Humanity will continue to plan our operations in accordance with recommendations provided by the local government and the CDC. Our current status follows:
OFFICE: Our administrative offices located at 1512 S. Main Street in Farmville are open to the public- Monday-Friday- 9:00AM-5:00PM. Please contact staff at 434-394-3001.
VOLUNTEERS: Please call about current volunteer opportunities- 434-394-3001 ext. 600 or email email@example.com.
RESTORE: The ReStore is open to the general public. Face coverings are required to be worn in the store. In addition, the store will close an hour earlier than normal each day to allow for a detailed cleaning. For now, our store hours are Tuesday-Friday 10:00-5:00, Saturday 10:00-3:00, Closed Sunday and Monday. You may still drop off donations behind our store. In addition, our driver will continue to pick up donated items that are located outside of homes, such as on porches and in garages. Please call the ReStore for more information, 434-392-6627.
MONETARY DONATION: Currently we have one home under construction, with five additional families preparing for construction.
Please show your support by considering a financial donation so construction of their brighter tomorrow can continue. You can donate quickly and securely on our website- https://piedmonthabitat.org/make-an-impact/donate.html
As neighbors continue to rally together and look after one another, the care and concern being shown by all simply reminds us how proud we are to call our communities home.
Some great local resources have come up and are great to share with others:
Please note that the ones listed for Farmville have good information that covers the entire region.
1) STEPS Community Action Agency has a COVID-19 resource and referral hotline people can call with questions about needed resources. The number is 1-877-630-6458 and is manned and active 24 hours a day.
2) Do you need help paying your rent or mortgage due to a Covid-19 related loss of income? The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development may be able to help you. To apply, call 703-962-1884 or https://applications.deval.us/login/applications. You can also learn of other rent/mortgage resources by calling 211 or visiting https://www.211virginia.org/.
3) https://scvnn.org/ is now active. From the website- "South Central Virginia Nonprofit Network is a collective of area nonprofits coordinating to support our community and each other. The goal of this website is to provide a comprehensive list of essential services available to individuals and families in our 7-county service area. This site features nonprofits and agencies that fill a critical need and are locally based or are a regional/national nonprofit organization with a local presence.."