LET’S DO IT AGAIN”, SAYS REBUILDING TOGETHER!

It’s time again to find homeowners needing home repair help on Rebuilding Day 2023, always the last Saturday in April.

Those who want help must complete an application form and meet the following criteria:

  1. Reside in home for at least 2 years
  2. Qualify as low income by San Bernardino County standards

Application forms will be available at churches and local businesses or directly from our office by calling 909 336-3910 or download an application here:

https://rebuildingtogethermountaincommunities.org/sign-up/homeowner-application/

The application deadline is October 31, 2022.

Some of our mountain neighbors cannot wait until April to have a repair done, so they can apply to our year round Emergency Repair Program by calling the office at 909 336-3910. We also have a Home Safety Modification Program where a homeowner can request grab bars and handrails at no charge.

All of these services take community and corporate support. It is because of the generosity of those living in the mountain communities that we have been able to serve here for 29 years!

Mission Statement
Repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives
Vision
Safe homes and communities for everyone

REBUILDING DAY A SUCCESS!

Rebuilding Together would like to greatly thank all our volunteers, trades people, local businesses, and donors for their support this year. We had a wonderful Rebuilding Day Saturday April 30th 2022 and were able to help 6 homeowners stay “Warm, Safe, and Dry” in their homes. Our hope is that through the hard work of […]

Thank You Arrowhead Credit Union

Rebuilding Together Mountain Communities would like to thank Arrowhead Credit Union for their generous donation of durable medical equipment and senior hygiene products pictured here with Stefanie Villalobos (Executive Director ArrowHeart Foundation) center, and Sam and Amanda at ACU in Crestline. This donation will help some of our elderly neighbors keep Safe, Warm, and Dry […]

Success Requires a Strong “Foundation” by Tim Clarke

Teresa Weber, the Branch Manager of First Foundation Bank in Running Springs, recently contacted their main office in El Segundo recommending Rebuilding Together Mountain Communities as a worthy cause for the banks support. We were touched by their two-year commitment of $10,000 a year to be used in our year-round Emergency Repair program. What a […]

Volunteers – we need your help!

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Rebuilding Together
Mountain Communities
says
“THANKS”
To our enthusiastic Community Volunteers
People like YOU who make Christmas in April Rebuilding Day
an outstanding success!!