The NV Waterproofing team is proud to support organizations in the Washington, DC area that share our values and seek to make a positive difference in the community.

NV Waterproofing Donates Waterproofing Services for New Youth for Tomorrow Home for Girls

DonateNV Waterproofing is proud to work with Youth for Tomorrow (YFT), a local organization that supports at-risk children and families, on its construction of the Laura-Louise House for girls.

NV Waterproofing donated waterproofing services for the project, which is the seventh on the program’s campus in Bristow, Va. NV Waterproofing worked for Stanley Martin Homes, a local homebuilder that coordinated the construction efforts.

Joe Gibbs, former Washington Redskins head coach and NASCAR Championship team owner, founded YFT in 1986. The nonprofit is committed to helping youth who have been abandoned, abused or otherwise alienated from family and community. Its mission is to provide them the opportunity and motivation to focus their lives—and develop the confidence, skills, intellectual ability, spiritual insight and moral integrity to become responsible, productive members of society by providing services such as treatment group homes, crisis intervention counseling, therapeutic services and more.

NV Waterproofing Supports HomeAid with Donated Waterproofing Services for Homeless Shelters

NV Waterproofing is proud to support HomeAid, a nonprofit provider of housing for the homeless, on the construction of new shelters in the Washington, DC metro area. NV Waterproofing contributed waterproofing services to multiple buildings that will act as temporary housing for transitionally homeless families and individuals.

HomeAid is a leading national nonprofit provider of housing for the homeless. With the mission to build new lives for America’s homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach, the organization builds and renovates multi-unit shelters in 16 markets across the country, including Northern Virginia. HomeAid has provided housing for more than 220,000 individuals with more than 400 project shelters nationwide.