To give back to our community, every year we furnish and stage community projects that are part of local efforts to reduce homelessness.
Everyone appreciates a staged home, especially if it’s your first home in a while! Take a look at the projects we have done over the last three years for the homeless. They were done with our nonprofit partners Operation Renewed Hope Foundation, Catholic Charities, and HomeAid of Northern Virginia. We thank our team members and clients for their help. Their contributions made projects of this magnitude possible. In recognition of the extent of your community staging work, in June 2018 we were awarded HomeAid’s “Trade Partner of the Year” Award.
In 2019 (so far), we staged a single-family home for a homeless veteran family in conjunction with the Operation Renewed Hope Foundation. The house was staged for a family with 5 children. Images in slideshow above.
In 2018, we staged six apartments in one building for the St. Margaret Family Transitional Housing Program, part of the Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington. Each apartment had one or two bedrooms, plus a living/dining room, kitchen and bathroom. We donated the furniture and household needs, such as kitchen items and bedding, delivered everything, then bit of our favorite task, staging, to make each home as inviting as possible.
In 2017, Staged Interior furnished and staged a 7-unit renovated apartment building, Community Lodgings, for 27 homeless children and adults in Alexandria, VA. Our team leader, Maggie Ryan, oversaw all aspects of the project and the 20-person team who designed, purchased, delivered, and set up all furnishings and household items. Again, we worked to make all of these apartments appealing to their new residents!