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Dayton Daily News: Archdeacon: Flyer football players provide help to Dayton neighborhood in need

Dayton Daily News: Archdeacon: Flyer football players provide help to Dayton neighborhood in need

For Annette Gibson-Strong, “The Color Purple” isn’t just a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker and a popular film starring Whoopi Goldberg and Oprah Winfrey. It was also the shade of a fresh coat of paint Saturday – thanks to several volunteers who worked on her Hopeland Street home, especially the University of Dayton footballRead more about Dayton Daily News: Archdeacon: Flyer football players provide help to Dayton neighborhood in need[…]

Dayton Daily News: Rebuilding Together Dayton helps local homeowners with $200K worth of work

Dayton Daily News: Rebuilding Together Dayton helps local homeowners with $200K worth of work

Rebuilding Together Dayton, a non-profit organization that assists low-income homeowners safely rehabilitate their homes, held its 23rd annual Rebuilding Day event Saturday.

The organization helped 10 homeowners from the Carillon neighborhood near the University of Dayton campus receive $200,000 in free home renovations.

According to a press release, the average homeowner served is 74 years old and lives on $17,362 annually. Read more here Read more about Dayton Daily News: Rebuilding Together Dayton helps local homeowners with $200K worth of work

Dayton Daily News: Group helps low-income seniors stay in their homes

Dayton Daily News: Group helps low-income seniors stay in their homes

By Amy Radachi We’ve been interested for a while in the work of the Dayton-based non-profit Rebuilding Together Dayton, which works closely with seniors to help them stay in their own homes as they age. Here’s a conversation with Amy Radachi, the group’s president and CEO — a post she’s held since 1998. To learn more,Read more about Dayton Daily News: Group helps low-income seniors stay in their homes[…]

Ideas People: Talking with Rebuilding Together Dayton CEO

Ideas People: Talking with Rebuilding Together Dayton CEO

Q What is Rebuilding Together Dayton (RTD)? A We are the Dayton affiliate of a national non-profit organization committed to creating safe and healthy homes for low-income seniors. According to the AARP, almost 90% of seniors over the age of 65 intend to age in place. We assist with urgent home repairs and modifications forRead more about Ideas People: Talking with Rebuilding Together Dayton CEO[…]

Mrs. Saccus and Wells Fargo make her home safer and healthier.

Mrs. Saccus and Wells Fargo make her home safer and healthier.

About Mrs. Saccus In 1956, at the age of seven, Mrs. Saccus moved to Dayton with her parents and some of her nine siblings. Like most of the longtime residents of Westwood, her family moved to Dayton for better job opportunities. As a child, she has very fond memories of her neighborhood. It was familyRead more about Mrs. Saccus and Wells Fargo make her home safer and healthier.[…]