Pre-fabricated framing is unloaded at a Habitat for Humanity home build in Williamsburg Special Builds - The Pines at Wilcox Neck

Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg will build four insulating concrete form (ICF) homes in Charles City County in 2022-2023

This exciting project is just a 1/2 mile up the road from the Blue Heron Restaurant, in the 8000 block of Wilcox Neck Road.

The project is the first time Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg will build and sell homes in Charles City County, although the Richmond Habitat affiliate previously built a home in the County.

“Habitat for Humanity builds more than just homes,” said the Peninsula and Williamsburg affiliate’s Chief Operating Officer, LaToya Jones Tyler. “We build communities. We build hope. While we have long served populations which border the community, such as James City County, being able to finally build within Charles City’s borders, and to bring the real impact of our mission there, is a great honor. Changing lives at the birthplace of my parents, my grandparents and many generations before them bolsters that honor. ”


Welcome the Families!

The Harris Family

The Robinson Family

The Matthews Family

The Payton Family


See the Homes!

Homes are purchased with a zero-interest equivalent, 20 to 30-year mortgage. Construction of each Habitat for Humanity house is a cooperative effort between volunteers, house sponsors and the buyers of the house. Participating families provide hundreds of hours (called sweat equity) toward building their own and other families’ homes.


Insulating Concrete Form

These four homes will be constructed using a material called insulating concrete form (ICF). ICF is a mold used to hold freshly poured concrete in place during construction and those molds remain in place permanently to provide additional insulation for the concrete walls. ICF has been around since shortly after WWII, but initially ICF was only used in high end, custom homes due to material cost. Over the years, as ICF gained popularity among manufacturers, the material is now an affordable alternative to traditional lumber framing. We are proud to offer this energy efficient, disaster resistant, strong material to our homebuyers.


Want to Support this Project?

Volunteer!

We need the community’s support to build these four homes in a timely manner! Once construction starts on the homes, we will be scheduling volunteers here. NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY. Habitat’s staff trains every volunteer each morning on that day’s task.

Donate In-Kind!

We welcome the donation of in-kind goods and services, such as flooring, licensed mechanical services, landscaping and much, much more. Please email info@habitatpgw.org if you are considering an in-kind gift.

Donate Funds!

We have a few amazing partners for these homes, but the project is not fully funded. Please consider a financial donation to this project, so these four excited families can realize their dreams of homeownership. No gift is too small!


These sponsors have shown their commitment to this project and our mission by their generosity. 

It is with great appreciation they are recognized below. 

Custom Vinyl Products logo
Consociate Media logo
Northwestern Mutual logo
Partnership for Housing Affordability logo
PlanRVA logo
Chaney Enterprises logo
Fox Blocks Truegrid logo
NRMCA logo
VRMCA logo
Vulcan Materials Company logo
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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.