Thank You!

May 29, 2019

Our volunteers don’t care about the weather –

They all know It Just Needs Done.

Rebuilding Together Muscatine County would like to thank all who braved the stormy weather last night,

to join us at Boonie’s for our fund raiser.

Our people. Our volunteers. Our supporters.

 You are the best!

We asked you to save the date ….

May 20, 2019

We asked you to save the date………….
Now we’re asking you to change it.
The actual date of our fundraiser will be on Tuesday, May 28th.
The time will be the same, from 5:00 to 8:00.
If you come to Boonie’s on Monday, the doors will be locked!
Sorry for the misinformation.

A Family Affair

May 16, 2019

Rebuilding Together Muscatine – A Family Affair

Looking for a way to spend some time with your teenager?
Put a smile on your faces; Together!
We can make a difference – And have fun doing it!
Hanging out together.
Making things happen.

Become a (Re)Builder. We teach our kids mostly by example. Our volunteers are the best examples ever!

Memorial Day Fundraiser! Save the Date!

May 6, 2019

Memorial Day Fundraiser!





It Just Needs Done


End your Memorial Day family celebrations with Rebuilding Together Muscatine County
and the “Soon to be World Famous” Boonie’s on the Avenue!
On Monday, May 27th, from 5 – 8 pm
RTMC will be holding a fundraiser at Boonie’s on the Avenue.
Boonie’s will give us a generous portion of all sales made during that time.
Save the Date!

April 9, 2019
Who is Rebuilding Together Muscatine County?

RTMC is a 501(c)3 non-profit and one of over 150 affiliates across the country… whose mission is to help older, veteran and/or disabled low-income homeowners stay in their homes safer and longer. No other organization in the Muscatine County area does this type of work. RTMC has invested over $250,000, assisting more than 100 homeowners in Muscatine County since 2007.
RTMC has installed wheelchair ramps, altered homes to make their bathrooms accessible for the handicapped and for wheelchairs. RTMC has assisted families with small children, making their homes safe, warm and dry. RTMC has a long list of home repairs that have been done, and all of this with no cost to the homeowner.
How can you help?
Donate; Your donation will help us build wheelchair ramps, fix broken doors and windows, replace roofs, and make safety repairs to homes of families in need.
Sponsor; Companies that sponsor RTMC can provide volunteers, products, services, and financial support. Recruit your colleagues for an incredible team building experience.
Call us at 563.260.3145 or visit our website at TODAY!
Donations to Rebuilding Together Muscatine County are tax deductible.


Find us online; at
On Facebook; Rebuilding Together Muscatine County, Inc
Or 1424B Houser St. in Muscatine

It’s Bigger Than a Kitchen Sink

March 4, 2019

Sometimes it’s bigger than a kitchen sink.

Sometimes it’s more than a roof that does not leak.

It is about value; Value of the human spirit.

It is about community; Community that makes every one in it better.

In this video, you will see more of what we mean.

Rebuilding Together Muscatine County is in the beginning stages of giving people hope in a different way.

We won’t stop doing what we are doing, but we will expand our reach to more of the people who just need a hand up.

Would you be a part of this? More details to come.

It will be easier when we do it [Re]Build Together.

And besides, “It Just Needs Done”.


Impact Neighborhood Model

Partner With US

February 27, 2019
Rebuilding Together: Partner With Us

Coming soon, along with Spring, is one of the most exciting times of the year for Rebuilding Together.

The last Saturday in April – April 27 – is

National Rebuilding Together Day


Rebuilding Together Muscatine county, along with over 150 other affiliates,

will come together and make a difference in communities all across America.

Please save the date!


If you can’t participate with us on the 27th,

we still have much to do during the month to prepare.


Please watch for updates as the day approaches –

We cannot do what we do without your help.

And as Frank says;

“It Just Needs Done”.