Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlotteville
Development Assistant, Sara Parrish
Volunteers for Habitat at UVa work on the Martin-Briggs duplex in April 2012
Habitat Board Members hold golden shovels at the Sunrise Phase 1 groundbreaking in March 2011.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville
Would Like to Thank Everyone Who Made
Sunrise Park Phase I
A Wonderful New Mixed-Income Development
The block party ran from 1-4pm and featured The Pollacks, kids activities on the "Big Back Yard" and Chihamba drumming and dancing. At 2pm we heard from community partners who have helped make Sunrise possible.
Congratulations to the homeowners of Sunrise Park:
Almafraji, Alston, Anderson, Ayite, Briggs, Candelario, Cook, Folley, Granados, Johnson, Lumpp, Martin, Mohammad, Moon, Terrel and Viglietta Families
As well as the long-time residents of Sunrise Park transitioned to new homes in the Promise Keepers Condominum Building:
Conolly, Dudley, Gentry, Payne, Schaver, Staton and Williams Families
AARP Foundation, Anonymous Foudations, blue moon fund, Charlottesville Area Community Foundation, Conboy Duke Foundation, John W. Kluge Charlottesville Habitat Fund, Oakwood Foundation, Hunter Smith Family Foundation, Ted and Sheila Weschler
Bank of America, Blue Ridge Rotary, City of Charlottesville, Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign, Estate of Victoria Gilman, Featheridge Trust, GE, Habitat at UVa, Keswick Community Foundation, John Kluge Foundation, Presbyterian Piedmont Mission Group, Region XV Episcopal Churches, State Farm, UVa Campus Chapter, UVa Department of Medicine, Wells Fargo, Women Build, Youth United, and Community Supporters like you!
City of Charlottesville, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Virginia Housing Developme nt Authority, Vi rg inia Depart ment of Housing and Community Development
Directions and Parking:
GPS Address: 1410 Carlton Ave. Proceed past stop sign at the intersection of Carlton Ave. and Rives St. Look for HFH parking sign on your left. Please park in spaces farthest from the building. Walk along Rives St. to the homes at the intersection of Rives St. and Midland St.