Rebuilding Together Carries On
During these times of uncertainty and anxiety, we turn to our friends, family, and our mountain communities to make some sense of a bad situation. We all need a little help sometimes. Rebuilding Together believes a little help goes a long way to provide security and serenity.
That is why we have kept the Emergency Repair Program going during this pandemic. People still need to be kept warm, safe and dry.

In spite of the cancellation of Rebuilding Day, we are continuing our commitment to the 2020 recipients by doing the trade element of the work on each home. Due to using paid contractor services in place of our usual volunteers, we have had to manage our resources differently. We are moving forward with our projects and plan to have them completed before the end of summer.

We all have missed the camaraderie and excitement of the 2020 Rebuilding Day, but we look forward to them in 2021.

A big THANK YOU to our contributors and participants old and new, large and small, corporations, organizations and our neighbors.

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

A New Year’s Message from RTMC by Tim Clarke

The First Question by Tim Clarke

Volunteers – we need your help!

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