30th Anniversary Celebration Pictures from our wonderful 30th Anniversary Celebration. Check out our 30th Anniversary video on Youtube.
National Rebuilding Month Photos As we celebrate 30 years of service, we’re honored to mark another successful National Rebuilding Month in the books. Fifteen teams from various organizations joined us during the course of three days to make a significant impact on families living in Richmond’s Southside. The repairs our volunteers made were truly transformational and included; completely repainting three houses, replacing fencing, rebuilding unsafe steps, repairing railings, and landscaping. Scroll Down to see some amazing before and after
Fall Fix-Up 2021 Photos We’re grateful to have such amazing volunteers eager to roll up their sleeves and make a difference! Thanks to Advansix, Mount Vernon Baptist Church, River Road United Methodist Church, Schnabel Engineering, Richmond Window, and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church for making Fall Fix-Up 2021 a success!
National Rebuilding Month 2021 RT RVA is excited to announce that we are hosting three days of service for National Rebuilding Month (NRM) this April! Seven volunteer teams will provide home repairs for neighbors in need in the Oak Grove and Bellemeade neighborhoods in Richmond. 2021 National Rebuilding Month Days of Service: Friday, April 23rd Saturday, April 24th Saturday, May 1st
Rebuilding Together Richmond and West Assembly of God partner to revitalize Bellemeade Community Center During the week of June 24th, Henrico-based church West End Assembly of God (WEAG) hosted their annual LiftUp RVA Week 2019, an initiative to bring volunteers together to enhance community spaces. Over 50 parishioners gathered to beautify the Bellemeade Community Center park in Richmond’s southside in partnership with local nonprofit organization, Rebuilding Together Richmond (RTR). The Bellemeade Community Center is the site of newly-reclaimed bike trails and a
Malcolm Jones and Tom York stopped by Virginia This Morning to tell WTVR-CBS6 viewers about Rebuilding Together Richmond and its upcoming Run 2 Rebuild Richmond 5K and [Re]Fair! Click here to view the full clip.
With one month to go, we couldn’t be more excited for this year’s 26th National Rebuilding Day! We will be repairing 36 homes in the Brookland Park and Providence Park neighborhoods, as well as, in the Laburnum Gateway in Henrico County. This is our first time doing any rebuilding day projects in Henrico County and we’re thrilled to be able to include a new population with great need in our
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RICHMOND, Va — Our Eat, Drink, Rebuild Happy Hour at Social 52 Kitchen & Craft Bar was a great success with over 40 Rebuilding Together Richmond (RTR) supporters and volunteers showing up to network and socialize. “I would rather help those in the community who need it, than go on a vacation,” Kyle Martin, of Saint James Episcopal Church, said. Martin has been involved with RTR for over 10 years and is thrilled to see
National Rebuilding Day is right around the corner! Our staff has been working tirelessly to match volunteer teams with homeowners who are in need of home repairs. From now until April 28th, we are set to repair close to 35 homes in the Richmond area using the help of volunteers. With the help of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding, we are able to hire skilled contractors to provide critical repair services to several
Richmond, VA – October 13, 2017 Rebuilding Together Richmond, a regional affiliate of the national Rebuilding Together nonprofit organization, brings volunteers together to repair the homes of low-income homeowners in the Petersburg community. The majority of home repair projects will take place during the month of October and will culminate on Saturday, October 21st for its annual Fall Fix-Up Day. Fall Fix-Up Day is embraced by community leaders and corporate partners as a way to bring immediate, large-scale impact to across
RSM US recently volunteered with us for their annual Volunteer Day. Over 20 associates from the firm painted and landscaped the home of a family in need. Find out more about their volunteer day of service below: From Accounting Today Sean McCabe | Published September 20 2017, 2:17pm EDT Top 5 Firm RSM US recently held their eighth annual Volunteer Day last month, in which over 3,100 RSM staff members and clients gave their time to volunteer at over 100
In August, Rebuilding Together Richmond hired Pam González as our first project coordinator. We sat down with Pam to find out more about her decision to join our team. RTR: Talk to us about your role at Rebuilding Together Richmond. PG: My role as Project Coordinator involves interacting with our clients, answering their questions and helping them fill out applications. In addition, I assist our program manager in homeowner site-visits and aid in the overall process of pairing volunteer teams with the individual build
Fall is finally here and what a busy time for Rebuilding Together Richmond! From planning our Run2Rebuild Richmond 5K to selecting build projects for our second annual Fall Fix-Up Day, there is never a dull moment in our office. In fact, we have new staff members, board members and interns ready and eager to push the organization to the next level! Fall Fix Up Day is on its way – Saturday, October 21st to be exact. We are very excited that
Apr 20, 2017 Hammers will swing Saturday as 1,000 volunteers from across the area join forces with Rebuilding Together Richmond — a nonprofit group focused on safe and healthy housing — to repair houses in a North Side neighborhood. The volunteers — half representing corporations and businesses in the area, the rest churches and civic groups — will come together to weatherproof, modify and fix
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 and resources. Thank you to our board, staff and communications committee for providing feedback and advice during the development process. Special thanks to the design geniuses at 93 Octane, an RVA marketing agency, for redesigning our site! Stay tuned for updates in the coming months as we kick off our 25th Anniversary!
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 for the school year. RTR: Why did you decide to pursue a Master’s Degree in Social Work? JV: I’ve always had a passion to help people – and during my year between undergrad and graduate school, I volunteered for numerous organizations serving the geriatric and disabled population. My in-depth volunteerism throughout the
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 Mr. Robert and Mrs. Ernestine – they had been without these items for years. Affectionately known by neighbors as the “walking family,” the couple have been married for 45 years and spent 10 of those years in their current home. Issues with their bathroom began immediately after moving in– the water