Who we are
Rebuilding Together is the leading national nonprofit working to preserve Affordable Home Ownership and revitalize neighborhoods by bringing volunteers and communities together to rehabilitate the homes of low-income homeowners. These projects are accomplished through the hard work of 167 affiliates nationwide.
Who we help
America’s low-income homeowners. More and more families are placed in the position of choosing between vital necessities over essential home repairs and modifications. Recipients of service include the disabled and elderly, at-risk families with children, veterans and active members of our nation’s military.
National Rebuilding Day
The organization’s annual signature event in which 167 affiliates participate. Legions of volunteers work together on this day to repair and restore houses and non-profit facilities, leaving families and communities significantly improved.
Safe at Home
Provides the modifications and accessibility improvements that enable low-income elderly homeowners to avoid nursing home placement and age comfortably and safely in their own homes.
Gulf Coast Operations
Established to rebuild the houses of low-income homeowners and the capacity of our affiliate network after a natural disaster. Currently operation Rebuild 1000 is well on the way to a goal of rebuilding 1000 homes on the Gulf coast.
The Veterans Housing unit serves to fill gaps in housing modifications and repairs that retired and active service persons struggle to meet, often providing handicap modifications for veterans wounded in service to our country.
While the green movement has only gained momentum in the past few years, Rebuilding Together affiliates have been utilizing green practices — and providing green home rehabilitation — since our founding over 20 years ago. We believe that home repair and rehabilitation are inherently green.