National 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.
National Rebuilding Day engages tens of thousands of volunteers across the country who give back to their communities on the last weekend of April by executing neighborhood improvements including home repairs, facility and school renovations, and community greening projects. Our goal is to support positive changes that have already been initiated by the neighborhood, build on established momentum, and increase the neighborhood’s capacity for growth and change though our collaborative efforts.
Applicants must be low-income, elderly or disabled persons who live in San Francisco and both own and live in their home. To qualify for inclusion in either program, applicants must meet the following income guidelines:
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All financial information received from applicants is treated as confidential.
For Nonprofit Facilities and Schools
RTSF’s home renovation programs include extensive repair services provided by teams of volunteers on National Rebuilding Day which happens every year on the last Saturday in April. We provide safety modifications for eligible homeowners throughout the year, through our year-round Safe At Home program.
RTSF provides renovation services to eligible nonprofit agencies and public schools on National Rebuilding Day, which happens every year on the last Saturday in April.