Community

By giving your time, you can help make your community a better, safer, cleaner, and more pleasant place to live. You do not have to try and change the world, just let your efforts make your corner a little brighter. HSTM embraces these ideals and our employees share these same values. We are very proud to have individuals who are involved in charitable organizations and give their time to community a great place to live and believe that we have a responsibility to help those who are less fortunate and contribute to the common good. Investing in our community is the right thing to do and one way HSTM can give back to those who have helped support our business. Our sponsorships and charities include:

Charities
Capitol Hospice
MS Society
Alzheimers Society
Parkinson Foundation
Western Fairfax Youth
American Cancer Society
SYA Youth Association
American Red Cross
Special Olympics
Breast Cancer Association
Sponsorships
Marshall High School
Lake Braddock High School
Westfield High School
College Baseball Scholarship (Underprivileged Youth)
Virginia Run 5k
Internships
University of Virginia
West Virginia University
Manassas Park High School
Chantilly High School
Mary Washington College
Choppin State University

 

WGB

 

Home Savings & Trust Mortgage Proudly Supports Women Giving Back

Women Giving Back, A HomeAid No. VA Program, is a non-profit organization that distributes new or like-new clothing to women and children in Northern Virginia who are in transition or crisis. WGB works with the local shelters and care providers.

HomeAid Northern Virginia builds new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach. HomeAid leverages the resources of the home-building community and our corporate partners to conduct major renovations to shelters and homes to provide safe, stable, and new living arrangements for previously homeless individuals and families.

HomeAid’s partners and resources help to significantly reduce the construction costs to shelter organizations allowing the shelters to redirect those dollars back into programs and services for their homeless clients.