Thanks To…

Taylor – One of our long-time, dedicated, regular volunteers.  Thanks for being awesome!

Student group from Jennings Community Learning Center in St. Paul, especially instructors Tom Wendt and Zach Fielsted – who partnered with us to start a repair project for a Saint Paul homeowner in need.

Stephanie Lipetzky, Ken Tillges, Taylor Winscher, Tess Cooper, Terza Kurki – for attending our Safe at Home training.

Ken Tillges, Stephanie Lipetzky, Tess Cooper, and Paul Tolzmann – special shout out for being our new Safe at Home volunteers!

Melody Oakes and Anna Krech – Student interns from St. Kate’s helping us to develop an evaluation process for our Access for Always program.

Kristin Weise and Jeff Walker from The Opus Group – special thanks for supporting the projects throughout the day!

RAMP crew – Huge thanks to Armand Peterson, Bill Berschnieder, Paul Parrish, and George Johnson for their help in previewing and designing projects.

MidCountry Bank – Thanks to Greg Krenz, Jim Herbert, Cami Sonnenburg and Branch Managers throughout the MidCountry Bank Network for supporting Brewing, Banking and Bidding to Rebuild Together at Lift Bridge Brewing Company’s Townie Tuesday Event 4/28.

Thanks To…

North Central University – Built a ramp for a homeowner living with a disability in Saint Paul, repainted a garage in Minneapolis, and helped paint a mural and provided some much-needed upkeep at our office.

Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce – Volunteered at the Real Estate Owned (REO) project in Columbia Heights on October 29th.

Tom Wendt, instructor at Jennings CLC, a charter school serving at risk youth in St. Paul – Led groups of his students on two Safe at Home projects, as well as a build at the Columbia Heights REO property.

Perry Franzen, instructor at Saint Paul College carpentry program – Led his class in installing 14 new windows on one of our projects.