My furnace went out, on one of the coldest days. If you hadn't helped me I could have frozen. Thank you for helping me. - Mrs. Raimey, '13

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Universal Homeowner Application!

In order to stream-line the application process, making it easier for both the homeowner and ourselves, we have redesigned the Homeowner Application. You will be able to find it on each program page as well as in the Blue Box above.

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"Faces of Rebuilding Together Dayton"


This blog is about sharing the stories of our RTD community. We want everyone to know what makes these group of people so great and why they love being involved with Rebuilding Together Dayton.
To read the past "Faces of RTD" blog posts follow the link below:

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Read "This Dayton Life" >>





America’s older population is in the midst of unprecedented growth. With the aging of the large baby-boom generation and increased longevity, the 50-andover population is projected to increase about 20 percent by 2030, to 132 million. In just 15 years, one in five people will be at least aged 65. Ensuring that these older adults have the housing they need to enjoy high-quality, independent, and financially secure lives has thus taken on new urgency not only for individuals and their families, but also for the nation as a whole.






Read about the current housing challenges and how Rebuilding Together and all of its affiliates, includeing Rebuilding Together Dayton, are working to help those facing them.




Learn about our organization from our President/CEO


What does our organization do?

Our organization builds community partnerships and works to allow low-income homeowners, primarily the elderly and disabled, to age in place in a safe and healthy home. We coordinate volunteers and skilled labor to perform necessary repairs and modifications.









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Rebuilding Together Dayton

Mission Statement

Building community partnerships and provide home rehabilitation for low-income Dayton area homeowners, particularly the elderly and disabled, so they may live in warmth, safety and independence.

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