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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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We are seeking skilled or a weekend warriors with construction experience – we welcome your involvement. Professional or highly skilled carpenters, plumbers, electricians and painters increase the benefit and scope of what a renovation team can accomplish. Your expertise makes a big difference!

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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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Sponsor a Rebuilding Day project! For almost two decades, Rebuilding Together has partnered with San Francisco’s leading corporations, small businesses, professional organizations, and congregations to improve the lives of low-income San Franciscans.

From Our Blog

Project Snapshot: Mrs. S from the Bayview

Project Snapshot: Ms. S from the Bayview The Project: Mrs. S has been living in her Bayview home for 38 years, after her house on Harrison Street burned down. She had previously lived in Mississippi until moving to San Francisco in the late 1950’s and making a career of managing the University of California’s lottery system. She retired in 1984. Why We Love Them: Mrs. S has a big, multi-generational San Francisco family! She has five grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren! RTSF’s repairs will help her home become a safe place for her family to visit. The Rebuilding Day Team: Returning project lead Thom Buchanan oversaw the project, with Winnie Liew and Andrea Serra from Transbay Cable and Maureen Blume from Towers Watson serving as volunteer captains. Good work done by all!   The Work: • Weed and prune garden • Paint foyer, hallway, stairwell, kitchen, den, and bedroom • Repair/replace back stairs • Construct raised planter box in the backyard • Install house numbers on the side of the house • Plug holes at hallway to kitchen transition in downstairs in-law unit. • Evaluate light well for waterproofing & drainage improvements, install water intrusion abatement modifications • Adjust and install weather stripping at doors and windows • Vent clothes dryer to outside by tying into existing water heater duct • Install vent hood in upstairs kitchen and exhaust fan in bathroom • Tell Ms. S about tripping hazards and remove rugs if she approves Partners: Transbay Cable and Towers Watson- It means the world to us that you sponsored the project! Kelly-Moore Paints-We used a lot of this paint in almost every room of the house! Our own AmeriCorps member Nico took photos for us! A big thank you as well to any volunteers who weren’t already mentioned. Pulling off this project was a real team effort and we needed every single body that showed up that day, otherwise we wouldn’t have been able to complete our ambitious goals! Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook!
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