Thank You to Travelers!

Thank you to everyone who came together to make the 10th Annual Travelers LDP Charity Golf Scramble a success!  Every year, Travelers graciously puts on this golf tournament for Rebuilding Together Twin Cities. This tournament has a huge impact on our ability to serve more and more homeowners every year, transforming their lives and revitalizing neighborhoods one home at a time.

This year’s event was held on July 30th and raised more than $40,000 that will help ensure that our neighbors in need can live in safe and healthy homes.  Thank you to Travelers for supporting our work in the Twin Cities community!

Timberwolves Celebrate Completion of Pioneer Park Court Renovations

We were thrilled to celebrate the completion of the Pioneer Park Court renovations in Hastings earlier this month with the Minnesota Timberwolves!

The refurbishment of the courts at Pioneer Park was made possible by the Minnesota Timberwolves’ FastBreak Foundation and its Our Courts, Our Future program, in partnership with U.S. Bank. This past spring, the Pioneer Park courts (along with courts in Hibbing, St. Cloud and St. Paul) won an online vote to be renovated by the Timberwolves.

Click here and here to read more about this project.

Old National Bank Donates $10,000

Old National Bank recently donated $10,000 to support our efforts to provide home accessibility modifications for low-income seniors and individuals living with a disability.

Three times a year, the Old National Bank Foundation presents grants to organizations throughout its footprint that fit the following strategic initiatives: affordable housing, early education, economic development, financial literacy and workforce development. This is the Minnesota market’s first time participating in Old National Bank Foundation’s grant program.

“We are thrilled to play a role in contributing to RTTC’s vital mission,” said Old National Bank commercial relationship manager Erin Steckler. “As I continue to work with this organization, I’ve witnessed the connection between healthy homes and quality of life. RTTC works tirelessly to improve the lives of low-income homeowners by providing free-of-cost critical home repairs.”

This funding will support our Safe at Home program, which helps homeowners with modifications to their homes to accommodate individuals with mobility issues due to a disability.

We are excited about this new partnership and appreciate the support of Old National Bank!