Rebuilding Together Dayton’s next National Rebuilding Day will be held on Saturday April 26, 2014 . In lieu of our usual city wide effort, we are concentrating our work in one neighborhood. Nationally RT affiliates have been asked to develop a strategic plan by focusing energies to facilitate repairs in a single neighborhood. By concentrating resources, synergy is created and greater amounts of neighborhood improvements occur.
The neighborhood chosen for National Rebuilding Day 2014 is the Twin Towers neighborhood in east Dayton. The boundaries are the Wyoming corridor on the east, Wayne Avenue on the west , State Route 35 on the north and Wyoming St. on the south. Neighborhoods contiguous to this area will be considered if additional properties are needed. The redevelopment of this area by our long time partners St. Mary Development Corporation and East End Community Services created the ideal neighborhood necessary for this venture
We are very honored to be featured in the monthly newsletter for NARI. Our mission statement and a quick description of our organization was in the "Partner Profiles" section. We would like to thank NARI for support of our organization. You can find us on the fourth page of the November issue of the newsletter.
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.
(The document will need to be downloaded or opened in another application)
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. Below you will find the three "Faces of RTD" for December! Click "Read More" for more information about each person and to find out how they answered a few questions about their relationship with RTD.
Saundra H. is a 73 year old homeowner in the North Riverdale neighborhood.
Taylor is a student from Centerville and started volunteering with Rebuilding Together Dayton last year.
Dick S. is an 81 year old skilled volunteer for Rebuilding Together Dayton from Kettering.
To read the past "Faces of RTD" blog posts follow the link below: