So grateful to Rebuilding Together for their help in my time of trouble. So blessed, thank you all.

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Rebuilding Together Dayton

Rebuilding Together is the nation’s leading nonprofit working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities. Our network of 166 affiliates provides rehabilitation and critical repairs to the homes of low-income Americans at no cost.

Rebuilding Together Dayton, formerly known as Christmas in April, was founded in 1996. Since its inception, Rebuilding Together Dayton has been able to impact over 1,500 homeowners in our community thanks to the support of our sponsors and volunteers.

RTD’s Impact

We provide home repairs at no cost for low-income, elderly homeowners living in Montgomery County, with a preference to those in their homes for a minimum of 10 years. We also provide urgently needed safety updates, such as wheelchair ramps, grab bars, and hand-rails, by skilled tradespeople. We work with volunteer groups throughout the year to complete small projects for low-income elderly homeowners or in low-income neighborhoods.

How can you help RTD?

Volunteer

We can organize the projects, but we need your help to get the work done! Spend some time giving back to your community by getting the chance to work with some great people and make a real difference in the lives of some very deserving homeowners.

You can sign up to volunteer through our Volunteer page!

Donate or Sponsor

Want to help but don’t have time? Our volunteers help us get the work done, but donations and sponsorships are what makes it all possible. You can donate monetarily or with supplies or you can sponsor a program or a house for National Rebuilding Day.

Check out our Support page to find out how you can help!

 

 

Rebuilding Together Dayton

Mission Statement

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.

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