Annual Clothing & Furniture Giveaway

Each spring Tree of Life hosts an Annual Clothing and Furniture Drive and Giveaway for one week, culminating in a joyous day of giving away all of the collected donations to hundreds of families throughout Western Loudoun County.  This April 2015 over 500 people benefited from this giveaway!

Teen Clothing Closet

Tree of Life has launched a Clothing Closet just for Teens!  We hold Teen Clothing giveaways several times a year.  Please watch for the advertisements on our homepage for upcoming event.  You can also contact Tree of Life at 703-554-3595 or email at

1:27 Transitional Housing Program

Described as our 127 plan (James 1:27), we reach out to ladies in our community to help them get back on their feet.  We currently have five apartments in Purcellville.  The Program involves intensive rehabilitation in the areas of employment and finances.

Qualifications include:

  • Single female (maximum one child)
  • Working at least 30 hours per week, or in a job skills program working 20 hours per week
  • No felonies in past 10 years
  • No alcohol/drug abuse in past 12 months
  • Emotionally stable
  • Able to climb stairs

Program includes:

  • Weekly case management
  • Mandatory Financial & Employment Classes
  • Health Coach available
  • Monthly program fee based on income
  • 10% mandatory savings escrow

For more information, please contact Tree of Life.

Working Hands

Tree of Life’s  Working Hands Ministry seeks to help those in need with household repairs.  There are a multitude of repairs and other tasks that may not be affordable to those struggling to make ends meet.  The current focus of this ministry is to assemble people in the community on a periodic basis to help repair the homes of people in need.  Those who would like to volunteer to assist or lead a team should contact Tree of Life.


Working Hands Volunteer Liability Waiver

Individual Volunteer Skill and Intake Form

HOMEOWNER AGREEMENT for Volunteer Home Repair