Rebuilding Together Richmond Program Manager Rebuilding Together of Richmond (RTR) is seeking a high-energy, detail-oriented Program Manager to lead RTR’s program efforts to provide free home repairs for low-income homeowners.
In October, we became a field placement site for VCU’s School of Social Work. We are pleased to have Jasmin Vaughan, first year graduate student, as our social work intern
Welcome to our newly designed website! Understanding that accessibility and efficiency is key to any successful website, we’ve built our site to make it much easier to find important information
Often times it’s easy to take basic necessities for granted – such as having a home with a functional bathroom, kitchen and sturdy flooring. This was not the case for
RICHMOND, VA – September 9, 2016 – River Road United Methodist Church will host its fifth Run 2 Rebuild Richmond on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The event will be accompanied
RICHMOND, VA – April 22, 2016 – Rebuilding Together Richmond, a nonprofit with a vision of a safe and healthy home for every person announced today that April 30, 2016
Homeowners and volunteer team captains gathered at McGuireWoods LLP last month to share their unforgettable National Rebuilding Day moments. ((Click Here to View Facebook Pictures from the
My first call about Ms. Ernestine and Mr. Robert’s home was nearly a year ago from Reva Trammell, 8th District Councilwoman. Their kitchen sink had fallen through to the floor
We are excited about serving senior and disabled homeowners in the Swansboro Community. We have completed several home modification projects for those in need and we will continue to make
Throughout the year we partner with local companies to make minor repairs to a few homes in our target area prior to our National Rebuild Day. In September 2014, we
March 13, 2014 Rebuilding Together Richmond heading to Church Hill under new leadership. (Click here to see the full article.)
Mary Kay Huss joins Rebuilding Together of Richmond on April 14! Her work in the housing industry spans more than 20 years. She most recently served as the Vice President of Operations
Rebuilding Together of Richmond is heading to Church Hill for our annual National Rebuilding Day event on April 26. It will be the first time in ten years
After ten years as Executive Director of RTR, Amy King has announced her resignation, effective March 14, 2014, to spend more quality time with the older adults in her family
Read about our recent Partner Build with the Erie Insurance team here. With their help, two homeowners in Richmond had weatherization and safety improvements completed to their homes!
Greetings from Rebuilding Together of Richmond! Look at all the wonderful things happening here: October 2013 Hammer It Home News Bulletin.