Sep 25, 2023

As the leaves turn golden and the temperatures drop, the spirit of giving is in the air. It’s officially fall, and Jennifer Young Homes is excited to announce the launch of our 10th Annual Coat Drive! Every year, we’re deeply grateful for your incredible generosity, which has allowed us to bring warmth and hope to the underprivileged residents of Eastern Prince William County during the holiday season.

Making a Difference Year After Year:
For a decade, Jennifer Young Homes has been dedicated to making a positive impact on our community. With the support of our generous donors, we’ve been able to brighten the lives of countless individuals during the colder months. This year, we’re proud to continue this tradition by extending a helping hand to our neighbors in the Marumsco Hills Mobile Community.

What Can You Contribute?
If you’re in a position to give, we wholeheartedly welcome donations of new and gently used coats, scarves, mittens, and toys. We understand that there are numerous causes seeking support during the holiday season, but these items hold the power to keep our fellow Prince William County residents warm throughout the winter. Your kindness can make a significant difference, and for that, we’re sincerely thankful.

When to Share Your Donation:
To ensure that your contributions reach those in need on time, we will be distributing all donated items on Sunday, December 24th, at 9 am. We kindly request that you make your donations before this date. Your timely support will be greatly appreciated not only by us but also by the wonderful individuals at the Marumsco Hills Mobile Community who will benefit from your generosity.

Where to Drop Off Your Donations:
Making a donation is easy! You can drop off your items at Jennifer Young Homes’ Chantilly address, located at 14399 Penrose Place, #300, Chantilly, VA 20151. If visiting the Chantilly location isn’t convenient for you or you’re unable to get out, don’t worry. Our dedicated office and property manager, Angie, is here to assist. You can reach out to her at, and she may be able to arrange for a field runner to pick up your donations from your location.

Expressing Our Gratitude:
In closing, we want to express our heartfelt appreciation for your generous donations. Your unwavering support has been the driving force behind our ability to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. As we embark on our 10th year of giving, we want you to know that this journey would not be possible without your continued support and generosity. Thank you for helping us spread warmth and joy this holiday season. Together, we can make a meaningful impact on the community we cherish.

This holiday season, let’s come together to make a difference. Join Jennifer Young Homes in our 9th Annual Coat Drive and share the gift of warmth and hope with those in need. Together, we can create a brighter, cozier winter for our neighbors in Eastern Prince William County.

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