ReStore manager hauls plywood at a Habitat for Humanity home build Contractors

We Need Your Help!

Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg is recruiting qualified Section 3 certified contractors and minority and/or women-owned businesses for the following trades:
  • Tree Removal/Lot Clearing
  • Foundation/Concrete
  • Masonry/Block work
  • Roof Truss Framing
  • Roofing
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Insulation
  • Wallboard and plaster
  • Flooring
  • Pest Control
  • Landscaping​ Material
  • Drywall
  • Overall Home Repairs

For information about bidding or donating on sub-contracted work on our new construction or rehab projects, contact latoya@habitatpgw.org. You must have a class B or better contractor’s license, licenses to work in the cities we build in, and proof of liability and workman’s comp insurance.

Section 3 businesses encouraged to bid.

Section 3 is a provision of the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Act of 1968 that helps foster economic development, neighborhood improvement, and individual self-sufficiency. As a qualified Section 3 contractor or a minority and/or woman-owned business, you may receive priority consideration when bidding on government-funded contracts.


Would you like to donate labor or materials for our builds? Have left over material you’d like to donate to the ReStore?


Build Donations

Contact Michael D. Jones
757-913-5647 or michael@habitatpgw.org


ReStore donations

Contact the Donation Hotline
757-596-5553 x1 or tiffany@habitatpgw.org

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Want to invest in the community?

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We help as many families as we can, but the lack of decent and affordable housing remains a critical problem in our area. By donating, you will provide upfront funding for building materials and services that makes interest-free loans to Habitat partner families possible. Habitat partner families help to build their own homes - alongside volunteers - and pay an affordable mortgage. Your monetary donations enable us to continue building strength, stability and independence for future local families.