Serving Richmond and the Tri-Cities

Rebuilding Programs

Give your family home some love.

Rebuilding Programs

Our focus is to revitalize our communities and bring lasting change to low-income homeowners by providing repairs and safety modifications to their homes and the neighborhoods in which they reside. We are rebuilding homes and rebuilding lives.

If you’re interested in adopting a house/community space, please review our Community Revitalization Partnership Package.

National Rebuilding Day (Richmond)

National Rebuilding Day is our annual, one-day “blitz-build,” held the fourth Saturday in April, when over 1,000 volunteers from throughout the Greater Richmond region provide major and minor repairs to qualified homes and community spaces in a target neighborhood.

Join us for our 25th annual National Rebuilding Day in Richmond!

Saturday, April 22, 2017
8:00am – 5:00pm, rain or shine
Serving the East Brookland Park Community

Fall Fix-Up Day (Tri-Cities)

To continue critical home repairs services in the Tri-Cities, Rebuilding Together Richmond has established the annual Fall Fix-Up Day. This day of service occurs in the Tri-Cites area (Petersburg, Prince George, Hopewell) and focuses its efforts in a particular locality. Fall Fix-Up Day relies heavily on corporate funding, proceeds from our annual Fall Fixin’s Benefit Auction and volunteer support.

Join us for the Second Annual Fall Fix-Up Day!

Coming mid-October 2017.
8:00am – 5:00pm, rain or shine
Serving the Tri-Cities area.

Partner Builds

In an effort to provide home repairs year-round, we give community revitalization partners (sponsors) the opportunity to participate in our Partner Build Program. These projects occur throughout the year and are often of a limited scope, making them ideal for smaller volunteer teams and those with less funding. Contact us for more information on how your team can be part of our Partner Build Program.

Safe At Home

Our Safe at Home program provides specific safety modifications and improvements to qualified homes to prevent or reduce fall hazards, a common risk among older adults. Modifications could include the installation of grab bars in bathrooms and handrails for the stairs, improved lighting throughout the house, and smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, all of which enable homeowners to remain in their homes, safely.

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our work is made possible by our generous partners, including

Capital One
Lowes
Dominion Foundation
Altria Corporation Employee Community Fund logo
Journey Christian Church
Nationwide Insurance Foundation