Our Quicksilvers Volunteer Team built another ramp late last month for Mona. Mona and her daughter are from the region between Lebanon and Kuwait, and she made a traditional Lebanese lunch for the Quicksilvers group. Mona is currently doing therapy to help recover her mobility and stability. When our Ramp Program Manager returned the day after the ramp build to pick up the trailer, the first thing she did was show him how she could steady herself on the hand rails and take steps on the ramp our volunteers built. This ramp is unique in that we built a small roof to help keep Mona’s scooter dry. Thank you to the Quicksilvers for giving your time to help Mona!
Quicksilvers Build Another Ramp!
You can make an immediate difference for a senior or individual living with a disability by volunteering for our Safe at Home Program! This program provides minor home safety or
We are thrilled to welcome Sharlett Glidden to the Rebuilding Together Minnesota Team as an AmeriCorps Project Coordinator in Southwest Minnesota! Sharlett was born in Jamaica and lived there for
We are excited to share that our Construction Coordinator Russell Richards and his wife, Alexis, recently welcomed their first child, Noa Joan. Congratulations Russ and Alexis!
Please join us as we welcome Russell Richards as our Construction Coordinator! Russell has extensive carpentry and management experience. He served as an Army Ranger for six years, and was
MnREIA is hosting a Casino Night Holiday Party on Tuesday, December 6, 2022. Try your hand at Black Jack, Texas Hold’em, and Three Way Action Poker and help raise money