Founded as Reston Interfaith Housing Corporation by six Sponsoring Religious Organizations who: “Envision a community that values all people and shares resources and services to empower those in need to make positive life changes.”
Partnered with with a for-profit developer to build Laurel Glade Apartment’s 200 affordable units of rental housing for the growing workforce – the first in the Dulles Corridor.
Reston Interfaith and congregations began food collection drives to support families at Laurel Glade Apartments and throughout the growing community of Reston.
Laurel Learning Center begins in a community room at Laurel Glade Apartments. Officially Opens in 1977 as a licensed facility.
Outreach services begin at Stonegate Village Apartments and the former Laurel Glade Apartments in South Reston.
Reston Interfaith established its own food pantry.
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors rename shelter: Embry Rucker Community Shelter.
RIHC acquires first 3 scattered-site townhomes through donation.
First Embry Rucker Memorial Golf Tournament.
Laurel Learning Center Dedicates “Connie Pettinger” Infant and Toddler Center – now serving 135 infants, toddlers and children.
Reston Interfaith offers Academic Enrichment program for Elementary School-Age Children and expands Emergency Assistance Programs at HNRC.
HOW Center closes with record of more than 10,000 employment and service connections after Town elections change support of site.
Named as beneficiary of Freddie Mac’s Hoops for the Homeless Event (2007-2008).
Cornerstones Housing Corporation exercises its ROFR as the General Partner in “The Apartments at North Point” and takes sole ownership of the property – 48 units for very low, low and moderate income residents in Reston
Cornerstones and partners have reduced homelessness by 50% in Fairfax County!
Cornerstones takes on role in establishing an Opportunity Neighborhood in Reston – creating a community where all children succeed and thrive.