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A new kitchen sink & cabinet for Mrs. Bryant
More than 28.5 million Americans are low-income homeowners. According to HUD, more than 12 million renter and homeowner households now pay more then 50 percent of their annual incomes for housing.

More and more families must choose between vital necessities such as food or medicine and home repairs. Rebuilding Together works to ensure that as many families as possible do not have to make these difficult choices. It's hard work, but very rewarding.

Unskilled volunteers join with skilled tradespeople, painting, cleaning, weatherizing, doing carpentry, and building ramps.

Rebuilding Together's growth over the past several years means we've been able to provide major home improvements for homeowners, such as new roofs, kitchens, siding, porches and windows. These in-depth home renovations help ensure healthy, safe homes - for a generation or more.

Click the links below to read about some of our projects!


The Mozell Family November 2013
The Saunders Family
The Mozell Family November 2013
The Saunders Family
The Douglas Family, November 2013
The Rogers Family, November 2013
The Douglas Family, November 2013
The Rogers Family, November 2013
Sen. Welch and Staff Help Homeowner Sophia Jeffery
Bacon Road & BCBSMA, Sept. 2013
Sen. Welch and Staff Help Homeowner Sophia Jeffery
Bacon Road & BCBSMA, Sept. 2013
Carando Employees Help a Pine Point Homeowner
Beacon Street, 2013
Carando Employees Help a Pine Point Homeowner
Beacon Street, 2013
Homeowner Profile: Mrs. Gloria Peeler
WNE and Springfield College students volunteer, August 2013
Chester Street, 2013
WNE and Springfield College students volunteer, August 2013
Chester Street, 2013
UMARMY Northeast Volunteers, June 2013
Tyler Street, June 2013: Liberty Mutual
UMARMY Northeast Volunteers, June 2013
Tyler Street, June 2013: Liberty Mutual
GreenNFit Cluster Rebuild, April 2013
Marion Street Project
GreenNFit Cluster Rebuild, April 2013
Marion Street Project
Douglas Family Photo Album
Older Projects
Douglas Family Photo Album
Older Projects


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