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Rebuilding Programs

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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.

April is National Rebuilding Month

Every April, RT RVA celebrates the positive effects of home and neighborhood revitalization on the overall health of homeowners, families and communities. This past year, we’ve found creative ways to move our mission forward and safely continue to serve our neighbors in need of home repairs.

This year we are offering four days of service. Volunteer teams from local businesses, civic groups, and churches will join us to make exterior repairs for homeowners in need in  the Oak Grove and Bellemeade neighborhoods in Richmond.

2021 National Rebuilding Month Days of Service:

  • Friday, April 23rd
  • Saturday, April 24th
  • Friday, April 30th
  • Saturday, May 1st

Fall Fix-Up Day (Tri-Cities)

To continue critical home repair 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, Hopewell) and focuses its efforts in a particular locality.

Fall 2021

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
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Nationwide Insurance Foundation