On Friday, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded over $38 million in funding to protect families
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Roz Pendleton is a 75-year-old Dorchester neighbor who has lived in her home for more than 30 years. Roz spent much of her career helping others.
In most communities, there are a few neighbors you can count on to be at every community meeting and neighborhood event–people who are passionate about where they live.
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.
Lakeview neighbor and frontline worker, Delores, lives in a family home that originally belonged to her grandmother. Delores has deep ties to Lakeview and takes great pride in her grandmother’s home. When her family home fell into disrepair, she wasn’t sure where to turn.
Leondra, a 43-year-old Charlotte native, loves nothing more than opening her Lakeview home to friends and family year round, especially around the holidays.
Even during a pandemic, Rebuilding Together Sandoval County and community partners worked to return an older man to his home after being forced out of the house for building code violations.
One day. Over 100 volunteers. 150 kits distributed.