Rebuilding Together continues to find innovative ways to serve homeowners throughout the pandemic, with support from long-time partners like Lowe’s.
Welcome to [Re]purpose, Rebuilding Together’s blog. This is a place to share stories of the great work of our organization. The stories you will find here are uplifting, compelling but also heartbreaking, they are the stories of Rebuilding Together.
January 27, 2022
January 19, 2022
Do you have a group of people looking to make a difference in your neighborhood? If you are committed to repairing homes for neighbors in need, revitalizing our communities and rebuilding lives for those impacted by natural disasters, please consider applying to launch a Rebuilding Together affiliate in your community.
January 11, 2022
With all the ups and down of 2021, I am grateful Rebuilding Together continues to be an important safety net for many of our neighbors who are living in unsafe homes or are impacted by natural disasters.
January 6, 2022
When you enter the Omaze sweepstakes for the Los Angeles Dream Home, not only do you get a chance win this stunning property, valued at $4.3 million, you also get to support Rebuilding Together and our mission to repair the homes of our neighbors in need.
December 28, 2021
At Rebuilding Together, we believe in the vital importance of a safe, comfortable and secure home. But “home” is not just the physical building we live in.
December 21, 2021
Anna, a U.S. Army Veteran, has lived in her home for 12 years. This is her first and forever home and she has worked tirelessly to maintain it. However, repair costs were steep.
December 15, 2021
Born and raised in West Baltimore, Donald was one of 10 children. His father came to Baltimore from Charleston, West Virginia and his mother grew up in Maryland.
December 14, 2021
For nearly 50 years, Rebuilding Together has been helping older adults, grandparents and parents stay in their homes through much-needed home repairs. Alfrieda’s story exemplifies the kind of impact our work has on families.
December 9, 2021
Maudie has lived in her Southwest Baltimore home for 47 years. She’s raised four children in her home and it’s where she has many fond memories.