3 Lots Available at East End Mobile Home Park

If you’re interested in learning more, call us at (703) 221-4510 or email info@cfhva.org

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First-Time Homebuying Opportunities in Fredericksburg!

CFH is now offering two first-time homebuying opportunities at newly renovated homes at 1615 and 1617 Airport Avenue in Fredericksburg. We are seeking first-time buyers who are at or below 80% Area Median Income. If you or someone you know may be interested, please click HERE to see the property brochures and forward the completed application to us as soon as possible.
Questions? Just contact us at info@cfhva.org.

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Happy Holidays!

It’s such a privilege to be in a position to help a neighbor in need, and to see firsthand the impact of kindness, caring, generosity and commitment.

We are fortunate to labor tirelessly each day, combining your generosity with our dedication to change lives by helping people find and keep stable homes.

As you consider your charitable contributions before the year’s end, please look at the many ways CFH can use your contribution to uplift individuals, families and communities in Northern Virginia.

Help Needed For East End Storm Damage Cleanup

On May 27, 2021, residents experienced severe storms at our East End Mobile Home Park in Manassas, Va.
We were able to respond very quickly and had most debris from the fallen trees and limbs removed before the second band of rain fell.
No one was injured; however, three homes were badly damaged, one family was displaced and many others experienced water and wind damage. They need our continued help cleaning up and making their homes livable again.

40 Years and going strong!

CFH is Proud to be Celebrating 40 years of service to the community!

“CFH is an amazing organization. CFH has a dedicated Board of Directors, a knowledgeable and committed staff and grantors and donors who believe in the programs and understand the value of everyone being able to sustain a home. CFH now provides a continuum of housing that can help individuals and families secure permanent housing that meets their needs.” Karen DeVito, Executive Director of CFH, Inc. In 1979, Fr. Gerard Creedon and a group of Catholic laity created CFH in response to the U. S. Catholic Bishops’ 1975 Pastoral Letter, “The Right to a Decent Home”. CFH is a non-profit organization providing housing opportunities to eligible applicants regardless of race, ethnicity, creed, gender, familial status or religious affiliation. The CFH service area is the geographic footprint of the Arlington Catholic Diocese, although CFH is an autonomous organization.

Security Deposit Assistance

Creating a safe place to call home requires a lot of different pieces coming together. Sometimes it’s as simple as having help with the security deposit. Applicants to the Edie Streett Security Deposit Program can reside anywhere within the 21 counties of the CFH service area. CFH will contribute up to $200 to eligible applicants to help an individual or family move into a permanent rental home.

Affordable Rental Homes

Having a safe place to call home is important. Affordable rental homes are important to limited income households. Being able to sustain a home allows people to utilize their strengths to address their weaknesses.

Homeownership Solutions

“CFH provides affordable housing opportunities to limited-income individual and families throughout Northern Virginia.
CFH provides a continuum of housing through life skills training, senior rental assistance in Fairfax County, down payment assistance in Prince William, Fairfax, Arlington and Loudoun Counties, security deposit assistance, rental homes in Vienna, Arlington, Fairfax and Fredericksburg and homeownership opportunities.”

Down Payment Assistance Program

CFH will continue to administer the VA Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) Down Payment Assistance Program (DPA) in four Northern Virginia Counties – Prince William, Fairfax, Arlington and Loudoun. CFH has helped 14 applicants realize their dream to become a homeowner.

East End Mobile Home Park

The City no longer has a contract to purchase the property. Catholics for Housing now
owns the property and will manage it, allowing the residents to stay in their homes. The
City of Manassas will oversee the installation of new utility infrastructure by CFH which,
when completed, will be turned over to the City to own and operate.

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The latest news and information from CFH

CFH Kicks Off 4th Annual 5k at East End

Manassas, Va., Nov. 3 — George Davies, executive director of CFH, Inc., kicked off the nonprofit’s 4th Annual CFH 5k Run-Walk for Affordable Housing on November 2 with a Fun[…]

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CFH Announces 4th Annual 5K Run-Walk For Affordable Housing

Dumfries, Va., October 8 – CFH, Inc. a 42-year-old Northern Virginia nonprofit, hasannounced its plans for the 4 th Annual CFH 5K Run-Walk for Affordable Housing. The 2021 CFH5k Run-Walk[…]

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