Classic Homes is a local business that was founded on family values and is currently family operated, so we understand the importance of giving back to our community. At Classic Homes, our strong sense of community is highlighted by the fact that we live and work in the area. We are part of the community that we helped shape, and enjoy being involved and a central part of VA home builders giving back.
Our work is personal because we take pride in the homes we build that will forever be a part of the Northern Virginia communities that we love and live in.
When it comes to giving back, we know that it’s all about supporting what we love in the area that we live in.
Classic Homes is a family owned and operated business, and at our heart is a mission to serve our community. You’ve supported us since 1983 – and we love to give back to you!
It’s personal for us – our neighborhoods are our livelihoods! We take pride in the homes we build that will forever be a part of the Northern Virginia communities that we love and live in.
We know how difficult 2020 has been, which is why we wanted to give back to our community now more than ever. This holiday season we donated care kits to our local Salvation Army. Our amazing team pitched together to collect canned goods, hats, gloves, puzzle books, and basic hygiene kits for families all across the NOVA region. Happy Holidays from our family to yours!
First book is a nonprofit organization that puts books into the hands of kids across the country who do not have easy access to books at home. Now that our homes have become a classroom for the unforeseeable future, the Classic Homes family is grateful for the opportunity to support the education of children across the nation. For every first in-person or virtual half-hour or longer meeting we conducted, we donated $30 to that fund. From September 1st and ending on October 31st, we were able to donate roughly 850 books!
We are both honored and excited to be part of a food drive for the New Hope Housing organization which helps individuals and families in the Northern Virginia area fight homelessness. We are so thankful to get together for the first time in months as a family to put together 50 bagged lunches for this wonderful cause. Nothing is more important than a home to call your own and the Classic Homes Family believes the impact of organizations like New Hope Housing are absolutely critical in providing this!
We are so grateful for all the men and women who have severed and sacrificed for our country. The Veterans of Foreign Wars is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating programs and opportunities that improve the life and honor the remembrance of veterans, active serving military members, and their families. We are proud to support them.
We set up a fund to donate Personal Protective Equipment to people in those roles throughout Northern Virginia. For every half-hour or longer in-person showing or private virtual meeting we conduct, we will donate $30 to that fund. Through that and other efforts, our goal is to contribute up to $5,000.
“Thank you for the recognition and regard you give to nurses and other healthcare professionals. COVID19 has really put a test to my 29 years of commitment to my chosen profession. Despite the fear and anxiety I have each day I go to work, people like you gives me the courage to continue and provide the care and assistance to the people who need medical care. “Jeanette M.
Former alumni of TJHSST have mentored upperclassmen and even hosted upperclassmen as interns for the summer, allowing them the chance to experience the world of construction hands on. We’ve also hosted a reception welcoming incoming freshmen. We proudly support the Thomas Jefferson High’s Partnership Fund.
We love baseball at Classic Homes and proudly sponsor teams in McLean. It’s important for us to encourage physical activity, social growth, learning and the love of the game!
Sponsoring this race is another chance to support education and healthy activity. Our friends and families ran to raise funds for this wonderful school.