Entries by RTMC

First Foundation Bank Officers Meet with Rebuilding Together Board by Tim Clarke

On Thursday October 13, 2022, members of the board of directors of Rebuilding Together Mountain Communities had lunch with Sylva Figueroa and Emily Sukman from First Financial Bank, the first face to face chat since Covid that didn’t involve a computer. Sylva and Emily work in the community investment and charitable giving side of the […]

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 […]

Thank You Janice Rutherford

Rebuilding Together Mountain Communities would like to thank San Bernardino County Second District Supervisor Janice Rutherford and Lewis Murray, the District Representative for the Rim of the World Mountain Communities for recognizing the work of RTMC and asking us to apply for a generous county grant. The grant was approved and the funds are already […]

When God closes a door, he always opens a window by Tim Clarke

The regrettable closing of the Presbyterian Church in Crestline has resulted in an unexpected windfall from the sale of the property. The Presbytery of Riverside, acting for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is following its policy of tithing a portion of the property sale to a local non – profit. The Reverend Tom Rennard, the interim […]