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Rebuilding Together San Francisco mobilizes teams of volunteers to revitalize neighborhoods by repairing homes and renovating nonprofit facilities and schools. By using and re-using available resource in our communities, we can provide these repairs free of charge to homeowners and communities.


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RTSF’s most established program, Rebuilding Day is a citywide renovation effort that is the culmination of a year’s worth of planning and coordination. On the last Saturday in April, thousands of volunteers renovate non-profit facilities and schools and repair the homes of low-income, disabled and elderly San Franciscans.

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February Volunteer of the Month: Victor Rosario

By , on Feb 13, 2015
In Blog Posts
When did you start volunteering with RTSF? About four years ago I got an invitation from our Corporate Social Responsibility division for a volunteering opportunity. Since then, it's been an annual experience; and in doing so, involving fellow Bank employees, friends, neighbors and other organizations such as the Asian-American Bar Association.  I got the bug back in the early 80's watching PBS' Bob Villa in This Old House.  At every episode, I would say, I can do that, if I had a house. What's your most memorable story or experience with RTSF? I have to say that our last project at the Brava Theater last Fall was the best.  We were under great time restrictions.  We had agreed on the scope of the project but it quickly escalated to more than we had bargained for.  Nevertheless, with a great crew of 45 volunteers, and 3 co-captains, we managed to complete the entire project in record time. What sorts of hobbies or things do you like to do in your free time? My spouse and I are avid travelers. We enjoy very much seeking diversity and cultural activities where we can engage as locals. From Singapore to Istanbul, we've made it a point to blend in. I'm an avid home repair person.  As a home owner for many years, I've learned to tackle repairs that otherwise would have been very costly. RTSF has only reinforced the notion that sweat equity is not only a cost saving benefit but provides pride of homeownership. What's your favorite spot in San Francisco?  We have been Oakland residents since 1983. Our first years were spent in an apartment in SF.  However, with the exception of a couple of years, I've always worked in SF.  I prefer water vistas, so walking down the Embarcadero overlooking the Bay is a favorite spot.  At home in Oakland, my weekly walk around Lake Merritt is definitely my best spot.  Sunday walks are the best, with the incredible amount of energy of residents and visitors taking full advantage of this scenic location.
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