For over 30 years, Project Mend-A-House volunteers have assisted seniors, veterans, the disabled, and low-income residents of Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. Our volunteers have built dozens of wheelchair accessible ramps, modified doorways, secured flooring, repaired leaky faucets, restored electricity and made numerous basic home repairs.
OUR VOLUNTEERS ARE JUST LIKE YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS
Our volunteers serve an average of 143 clients annually and donate 6,600 hours each year to the community. Some volunteers are current and former construction professionals, however, most are just willing workers who find satisfaction in service to others in community.
WE CARE ABOUT OUR CLIENTS.
We focus on making our clients independent in their own homes by making their residences safe, secure, and sanitary. We also provide adaptive daily living aids such as motorized chairlifts (stair climbers), hospital beds, portable ramps, raised toilet seats, walkers, and scooters.
You can now donate to Project Mend-A-House without it costing you a cent! The next time you are considering an purchase from Amazon, go to smile.amazon.com and select Project Mend-A-House as your charity. Every time you make a qualifying purchase, Amazon will donate a small part of the purchase price to PMAH. Since many of us use Amazon, this is an easy, no cost method to help PMAH while buying things for yourself and your family. So the next time you're ready to make an Amazon purchase, why not go to smile.amazon.com and do good while doing well.
Volunteer BBQ and Ball Game
August 23rd, PMAH volunteers, friends, and family are invited to Pfitzner Stadium for the first annual Volunteer Appreciation Day. Details are here.
Veterans' Aid and Assistance Presentation
Thursday, July 24, Potomac Place is sponsoring a free presentation on Aid and Assistance for long term care of veterans and dependents. Details are here.
Fall Prevention Screenings
At present there are no Fall Prevention Screenings scheduled. Please check here for the latest news on screening sessions. Interested seniors must register before attending by calling Jodie Houser at 571-494-5577 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The screenings will be held at the Gainesville Health and Rehab center, 7501 Heritage Village Plaza, Gainesville. The assessment will include checks of vision, hearing, gait and balance, and a review of your medications by a pharmacist.