What We Do

Rebuilding Together fills a pressing need in our communities. The rising cost of living and falling social service budgets have left some of our most vulnerable neighbors without the most basic of necessities, a warm, safe, and dry home.

The nation is facing enormous problems, many of which have reached crisis levels. The low-income homeowners that Rebuilding Together serves are disproportionately affected by these issues. Homeownership is at an all time high, especially among low to mid-income Americans, but the costs of owning and maintaining a home are growing exponentially. Healthcare costs are skyrocketing, leaving low-income citizens with less and less disposable income for home repairs and modifications.

Rebuilding Together focuses on the issues of homeownership, the elderly, the disabled, families with children, healthcare, and the rising federal deficit. By identifying the challenges associated with these issues we are well placed to face a problem with full understanding and to create real, sustainable solutions for the low-income homeowners we serve.

Homeownership * The Elderly * Veterans * The Disabled *

(Download our impact statement 2015-2016)

MISSION:

As a housing nonprofit organization, we assist low-income homeowners – focusing on providing a healthy and safe home. Our focus is assisting low-income seniors, disabled individuals and veterans. During a one day project, local businesses, community members and concerned residents come together from all walks of life to rehabilitate homes in Solano County. This is accomplished with volunteer skilled and unskilled labor, donated materials/services and financial support from within Solano County.

SOLANO COUNTY IMPACT:

From June, 2009 thru December, 2016, more than 4,500 Rebuilding Together volunteers have rehabilitated 27 homes for low-income homeowners (seniors / veterans / disabled) and held more than 36 community facility workdays in Solano County, CA.

ESTIMATED VALUE OF WORK IS MORE THAN $4,000,000.

Solano County Impact in 2015/2016:
Home Rehabilitation Workdays – Low-Income Military / Senior / Disabled Homeowners:
5 Homes in Vallejo, CA (Minor Earthquake Repair with Home Depot)
3 Homes in Vallejo, CA with Home Depot
3 Home in Fairfield with Home Depot
1 Home in Vacaville with Home Depot

Smoke Alarm Installation Workdays – Mobile Home Parks
Rancho Benicia Mobile Home Park – 149 alarms / 43 homes
Vallejo Mobile Home Park – 224 alarms / 92 homes
Fairfield Pacific Estates Mobile Home Park – 130 alarms / 46 homes
Vacaville Paradise Cove Mobile Home Park – 62 alarms / 24 homes
Total of 570 Smoke Alarms Installed in 200 homes serving 445 residents

Community Facility Rehabilitation Workdays
Benicia – Demonstration Garden @ Senior Center with City of Benicia
Fairfield – David Weir K-8 School with Kaiser Permanente
Suisun City – Crescent Elementary School with Kaiser Permanente
Vallejo – MIRA Community Center/Theatre with Vallejo Waterfront Weekend
Vallejo – Salvation Army with Kaiser Permanente
Vallejo – Steffan Manor Elementary School with Kaiser Permanente
Vallejo – Veterans Memorial Building with Home Depot

National Impact:
In the past 26 years, more than 2.5 million Rebuilding Together volunteers
Rehabilitated more than 100,000 homes and several hundred community facilities.
Estimated value of work is more than $1 billion.

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