Rebuilding Together Twin Cities believes that everyone should have a safe and healthy home. Our Safe at Home volunteers work on projects focused on improving the accessibility of the home, so that the home’s residents can live more safely and independently. For example, Safe at Home volunteers Sam and Liz recently helped us finish a handicap-accessible first-level bathroom in a South Minneapolis home. The homeowner was wheelchair bound and had to take sponge baths because she could not access the second-floor bathroom where the shower was located. The addition of a downstairs bathroom increased the homeowner’s independence and greatly improved her quality of life. We are grateful to all of our Safe at Home volunteers for helping to improve the independence and safety of the people we serve!
Safe at Home Volunteers Help Homeowners Live More Independently and Safely
Our amazing Honeywell Ramp Team recently built a ramp for a 17-year-old who uses a motorized wheelchair due to a hereditary disease that causes muscle deterioration. Eight Ramp Team volunteers
We recently helped Mark, a Minnetonka veteran of the Marine Corps, with repairs to his home. During his time with the Marine’s, Mark received several awards, including the Rifle Sharpshooter Badge, National
On September 23rd, we hosted 10 volunteers to provide repairs for two homeowners in need in Windom for our 2023 Cottonwood County Rebuilding Day! We supported Joette’s independence and mobility
We hosted another incredible group of volunteers from Wells Fargo who put together Safe at Home Kits! The kits include a smoke detector, carbon monoxide detector, no-slip bath treads, dawn
We were thrilled to partner with volunteers from Republic Services to make improvements to the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center (MIWRC)! On October 13th and 14th, Republic Services provided both
Join us for Sunday Brunch on October 15th at 11 am at the Golden Valley Country Club and celebrate 25 years of community impact, lives changed, and homes repaired! Bring
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