KICKOFF TO REBUILD
IN MIAMI FOR
SUPER BOWL 54

NFL pro-bowler Frank Gore joined Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade, in partnership with Lowe’s, the Official Home Improvement Retail Sponsor of the National Football League (NFL), to provide critical repairs for nine homes in Miami’s West Coconut Grove neighborhood as part of Kickoff to Rebuild.

Kickoff to Rebuild is an annual Super Bowl-sanctioned event hosted by Rebuilding Together, a leading national housing nonprofit with a mission to repair the homes of people in need and revitalize communities. This year’s event was led by the local nonprofit affiliate, Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade, which has served the county for over 25 years.

Gore, a West Coconut Grove native and current running back for the Buffalo Bills, joined NFL players, local elected officials, volunteers from Lowe’s and Rebuilding Together, local contractors and community members to perform home repairs, including roof replacement, accessible bathroom modifications, kitchen renovation, new allergen-free flooring, hurricane impact window installation, wheel chair ramps, interior and exterior painting, and more.

HELP US REPAIR HOMES FOR OUR NEIGHBORS IN MIAMI

Our Partners

Lowe’s is passionate about supporting the communities where its associates and customers live and work. This year, Lowe’s has donated $3 million to Rebuilding Together, totaling donations of more than $18.9 million since 2007. Together, Lowe’s and Rebuilding Together have worked tirelessly to improve the lives of thousands of neighbors in need and provide better access to safe and affordable housing, positively impacting communities across the country.


About Kickoff to Rebuild

Kickoff to Rebuild is an annual NFL-sanctioned event hosted by Rebuilding Together. For the past 25 years, Rebuilding Together has partnered with the NFL in Super Bowl cities across the country, rebuilding houses and bringing together neighborhoods. To date, through Kickoff to Rebuild, Rebuilding Together has repaired 158 homes, engaged more than 5,000 volunteers, and invested more than $5 million in communities nationwide.

Check out Kick off to Rebuild, Super Bowl 53