On June 17th, volunteers from MidCountry Bank descended on the home of a veteran in Saint Paul to provide critical repairs to his home. Volunteers replaced the lower kitchen cabinets and painted all of the ceilings and walls in the first floor. They also repaired drywall where the plumber had to open the wall for the plumbing repairs. We truly appreciate the support of MidCountry Bank and the hard work of their employee-volunteers each year. They have been supporting our efforts to help revitalize homes and communities in the Twin Cities for ten years. Thank you!
MidCountry Bank Helps a Veteran in Need
Please join us in welcoming Elise Sjogren to the Rebuilding Together Team! Elise works with our Program Manager to plan and oversee ramp projects, including previewing projects, developing the scopes
Our 2022 Annual Report has been published and you can access it here. This report is an opportunity to share what we accomplished last year and to recognize our supporters.
On September 9th, 35 volunteers came together to help three low-income homeowners in Worthington with much-needed repairs. The volunteers included seven members of the Worthington High School football team. One
We recently hosted 18 volunteers from Wells Fargo who put together 25 Safe at Home Kits. The kits include a smoke detector, carbon monoxide detector, no-slip bath treads, dawn to
Rebuilding Together Minnesota is proudly celebrating our 25th year of repairing homes, revitalizing communities, and rebuilding lives! In honor of this milestone, we’re pleased to invite you to our 25th
We are thrilled to announce that Kim Peterson has joined our team as the Development Director! In this role, Kim is responsible for cultivating individual donors and sponsors, which includes
Please join us in welcoming our Construction Coordinator Eduardo Cardenas to our team! Eduardo will work with our Program Manager to plan and oversee projects, including previewing projects, developing the scopes of
Each AmeriCorps member is responsible for planning and implementing an Independent Service Project during their term of service, and Julia Bina recently completed her project. She invited women associated with
We would like to thank and recognize members of The Opus Group Ramp Team, who installed a partition wall and built barn doors for the Kids in Need Foundation’s Customer