Current News:

For 25 years, our organization has brought people together on the last Saturday in April as a day of service to our neighbors in need. Many of you have shared in creating the legacy of this program, rebuilding the homes, and lives, of hundreds of Daytonians. In light of recent challenges facing our communities and in an abundance of caution, particularly for the well-being of our elderly neighbors, we have made the difficult decision to postpone National Rebuilding Day 2020. While we will still carry out necessary projects through our skilled trades program, NeighborCare, we believe it is best to reschedule our 25th anniversary efforts for July 25th. Our annual breakfast event, planned for March 26, has been cancelled. Since this is our only fundraising event of the year, we are especially disappointed about this necessary decision. The needs of our community continue, and we would greatly appreciate your support to continue our efforts to help those in need to allow them to age in place at home. Please consider making an online donation at; all contributions are tax deductible. Thank you again for your dedication to our 25-year mission to help our neighbors in need. We hope each of you is safe and healthy in the coming months, and we look forward to reconnecting soon.

Safe & Healthy Housing

A Safe and Healthy Home for Every Person
We use the Seven Principles of Healthy Housing to guide us in our efforts to best impact our homeowners. We work hard to create homes that are Dry, Clean, Pest-Free, Safe, Contaminant-Free, Ventilated and Maintained.

Community Revitalization

More Than Just a Home
We understand the importance of community for our homeowners. This is why we feel that it is just as important to assist local community centers where our homeowners spend their days as it is to assist in creating a safe and healthy home.

Youth & Corporate Engagement

Making a Difference in Our Community
We actively engage nearly 1,000 volunteers each year. They come from different walks of life, organizations, and generations. We work hard to ensure groups have an opportunity to create an impact for their neighbors.

Veteran Housing

We are dedicated to helping local veterans have a home that is safe and healthy. Our partnerships with corporations looking to give back to veterans or their widowed spouse.

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