Richard, who spent his life traveling and telling the tall tales of Paul Bunyan, was in need of a ramp to help ensure he could remain independent after his upcoming knee and hip surgery. Because of the immediate need, volunteers from Rebuilding Together Twin Cities built a ramp for him. We need to raise $1,800 by August 1st to pay for the work that was done. Please click here to donate today!
Help Us Preserve Paul Bunyan’s Independence!
We are very grateful to WCCO Television for their sponsorship of our Hook, Line, & Shelter Fishing Tournament! Check out the most recent piece HERE. The Tournament kicked off on
Thanks to volunteers from Centennial United Methodist Church! They packed Safe at Home kits, sorted ramp lumber, and painted bird houses. The Safe at Home kits will be distributed to
Join our team and serve a year with us as an AmeriCorps member! Rebuilding Together CapacityCorps is a National Direct AmeriCorps program with AmeriCorps members serving 11 months at Rebuilding
Please join us in welcoming our new AmeriCorps Project Coordinator Fednise! Fednise is heading into her junior year at Hamline University, where she is majoring in neuroscience with a minor
We recently partnered with volunteers from The Opus Group for their Founder’s Day. Together, we made improvements to Juxtaposition Arts, a nonprofit youth art and design education center, gallery, retail
Our Hook, Line, & Shelter Fishing Tournament kicked off on May 14th and fishing season is in full swing! This year, we are thrilled to have WCCO Television, Joe’s Sporting
We would like to extend a special thank you to one of our amazing volunteers, Tracie Bowman. Tracie has been volunteering regularly with us for several months, focusing primarily on
We are excited to welcome Nels Johnson as our Manufactured Home Repair Program Manager! In this position, Nels will oversee home repairs for low-income owners of manufactured homes within suburban