Your donation helps us provide critical home repairs for low-income seniors and disabled homeowners in San Francisco. We also serve non-profits, community centers and schools in the community. Our work is not possible without your support. Learn More
Join RTSF in April to Rebuild Homes and Rebuild Lives in San Francisco. Rebuilding Together is the nation’s leading nonprofit working to preserve affordable home ownership and revitalize communities. Be part of a team and part of the change. Learn More
2015 Annual Report
Get to know Rebuilding Together San Francisco a little closer before you donate or sponsor. Read our 2015 Annual Report and see what our impact has been to the community, who we helped, our sponsors and donors and other data.
Frequently Asked Questions about Donating
How much of my donation will go to your clients?
Our overhead costs are approximately 20%. However, for every $1 we receive as a donation, we are able to leverage it to $4 in direct.
Frequently Asked Questions about Sponsorship
Who does Rebuilding Together San Francisco serve?
Rebuilding Together San Francisco serves low-income homeowners and community facilities in San Francisco.
How does the program work?
Sponsors are the key to a successful Rebuilding Day! They contribute volunteers and financial support to home and facility repair projects. Our sponsors are local businesses, large corporations, high schools, church groups, and college clubs.
Sponsorship contributions range from $25,000 for a group of 75–100 volunteers to $3000 for a group of friends to work on a prep weekend. Usually the company, school or church will contribute the funds from their charitable accounts, but if your group doesn’t have those resources, we’ve set up an online fundraising site to help you raise the funds, Razoo. Contact Karen for more information.
What does it mean to sponsor Rebuilding Together San Francisco?
There are different levels of sponsorship. They range by amount of donation and number of volunteers. A detailed table is available on our Sponsors page.
What are the benefits of being a Sponsor?