Thanks to NCCC!

We recently hosted NCCC Team Oak 4 for three weeks.  During their time with us, the NCCC team worked on eight Home Repair projects and 14 Safe at Home projects.  We are grateful for their support and wish them well on their next project in Michigan!

Get Your Tickets for the Flannel Fling Today!

Our 2019 Flannel Fling will be held on October 24th at the Golden Valley Country Club. 

Tickets are available now at

This event is NOT your usual formal affair….the Flannel Fling will include food stations, games of skill, a live and silent auction, and much more! Be sure to wear your best flannel!

With your support, we can transform the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safely and health of their homes and revitalizing our communities.

Only a Few Seats Left for the Breakfast!

We still have a few seats left for our upcoming Breakfast!  Please join us on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at the Center for Changing Lives, Lutheran Social Service.

7:30 am – 8 am – Breakfast & Registration

8 am – 9 am – Program

During breakfast, we will share information about Rebuilding Together and discuss the increased need among our neighborhoods’ seniors, individuals living with a disability, veterans and low-income families for home repair services.

Please RSVP by as soon as possible to Annette at or 651-776-4273 to reserve your seat!

Can’t make it?  Please consider making a donation to support our work!

Please include the name of your Table Host (if you have one).

We hope to see you there!

**The Center for Changing Lives, Lutheran Social Service is located at 2400 Park Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55404.*

Congratulations to Volunteer Elliot Helmer!

We would like to congratulate Elliot Helmer, a regular volunteer and son of our Office Manager Silva, on his recent Eagle Scout project.  Elliot was able to donate more than 1,000 stuffed animals to the St. Paul Police department.  Officers will now be able to offer a stuffed animal to kids they come across during the course of their work. 

Check out this article about Elliot’s project. The article appeared in newspapers (online and paper) and in a couple of radio markets in Atlanta, Boston, Jacksonville, Dayton, Duluth, Bimidji, and Grand Forks. Elliot was also mentioned in St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter’s remarks for his State of the City address.  Congratulations Elliot!