The new home construction is a $630,000 investment in Youth For Tomorrow, the local community it serves, and to the Northern Virginia community at large, who may not ever use YFT programs but who benefit indirectly from having comprehensive services for youth and families in the local area. HomeAid, Toll Brothers and trade partners donated 61% of the total cost. YFT philanthropist, Mr. Bob Wiser, generously donated the remaining funds for this, the 6th girl’s home in YFT’s “Wiser Village” campus. The Brenda House is named after Mr. Wiser’s deceased niece whom he dearly loved and admired. Chantilly, Va.-based Staged Interior donated more than $85,000 worth of furniture and furnishings to make the house a home for the young residents soon to move in.

BIG THANKS to Builder Captain, Staged Interior, and the trade partners, sub-contractors, manufacturers and suppliers who donated their time and resources!

84 Lumber
ABC Supply
AJ Trim LLC
Allied Building Supply
American Disposal Services
Armstrong Flooring
Atlas Plumbing
Audio Buys
B&K Distributors
Beltway Marble
Buhl Electric
Builders First Source
Building Fire Solutions
Burton & Robinson, Inc.
Carrier
CertainTeed
Cesarios, Inc
CTI Flooring
Dal Tile
Dominion Electric Supply
Duron/Sherwin Williams

Eastern States Engineering
Falcon HVAC
Five Star Septic
GAF
GE Appliances
Glen Gery Brick
HDS Drywall & Paint
HomeTeam Pest Defense System
J&J Ironworks
JC Roman Construction
Kingspan
Kohler Plumbing & Bath Fixtures
Kwikset
Leggett and Platt
Long Fence
Loudoun StairsMasonry Masters
McKeever Services Corporation
New York Concrete
Next Day Blinds
Owens Corning
Potomac Waterproofing
Price Construction

Progress Lighting
R&F Metals
The Roof Center
Select Construction
Seneca Valley Builders
Shaw Inc.
Sheets Sterling, Inc
Silverline Windows
Sky Marble & Granite
Southland Insulators
Stadler Nurseries
Staged Interior
State Hot Water Heaters
TAC Ceramic Tile
Timberlake Cabinetry
Titan Erosion Control
Toll Integrated Systems
Toll Landscape
Trex
Weyerhaeuser
William A. Hazel

Special Thanks to Builder Captain