Rebuilding Together Seeking applicants

Applications seem to be coming in rather slowly this year for Rebuilding Day, April 29, 2023. It may seem far away, but a lot happens between now and April and time flies when planning for events like this. Sometimes it is because of the lack of information reaching those who have become isolated and don’t know that there are organizations like ours that are here to help homeowners lift their repair burdens. If you have volunteered for Rebuilding Day or just know about us, we need you to help get the word out to neighbors that may qualify and get them to contact us. The application deadline in October 31, 2022.

Our service population includes those low-income households of the elderly, disabled, and families with children. Veterans are often not aware that they get additional points in the selection process in recognition of their service. We know as a member of the armed forces that it took your team to accomplish your mission. We encourage you to let our team help accomplish our mission.

Emergency Repairs can be applied for year around for homeowners that have needs that can’t wait for April, especially as the weather turns cold. Because the older generation is prone to slip and fall hazards in the bath, we have a program to install grab bars year around as well.

Next year marks our 29th year of the Rebuilding Day event. We invite you to join us in volunteering if you are able. We have trade and non-trade work available, as well as needing help at the headquarters preparing and delivering lunches and writing thank you notes.

You can call our office at 909 336-3910 for information and applications or download them here: https://rebuildingtogethermountaincommunities.org/sign-up/homeowner-application/

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

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Rebuilding Day 2021 Update by Tim Clarke

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 […]

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