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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

Housing-Repair Program Aims To Keep Elderly Seniors Independent

Housing-Repair Program Aims To Keep Elderly Seniors Independent

More than a dozen elderly homeowners in Dayton’s Westwood neighborhood have been selected by the nonprofit Rebuilding Together Dayton to receive home repairs for free. The event in west Dayton, Saturday April 29, is part of a nationwide annual event made possible by about 100,000 volunteers across the country. Read the rest of the articleRead more about Housing-Repair Program Aims To Keep Elderly Seniors Independent[…]

City working to revitalize West Dayton corridor

City working to revitalize West Dayton corridor

Additional upcoming investments and improvements include: ¦ New and renovated housing in the Wright-Dunbar and Roosevelt neighborhoods. ¦ New LED streetlights on major thoroughfares. ¦ Physical and aesthetic enhancements of West Third Street and Gettysburg Avenue. ¦ Improvements of the Gettysburg/U.S. 35 intersection. ¦ Dayton partners CityWide Development Corporation and Rebuilding Together Dayton have madeRead more about City working to revitalize West Dayton corridor[…]

WHIO – Nonprofit works to provide safe housing

WHIO – Nonprofit works to provide safe housing

Here is a highlight from the article:   A 62-year-old resident from Westwood was homeless for years, but recently moved into a new home. Rebuilding Together Dayton finished repairs and maintenance on the woman’s house on Monday. The nonprofit partnered with contractors from Ravlin’s Roofing & Painting and Rambo’s Plumbing to fix up her house,Read more about WHIO – Nonprofit works to provide safe housing[…]