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Phone: (412) 922-0953
631 Iron City Drive
Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania 15205
USA
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Target demographics: low income elderly homeowners
over 60 years of age

Direct beneficiaries per year: 100 elderly households

Geographic areas served: Allegheny County

Programs:  

Held on the last Saturday of April each year, rebuilding day works with corporate sponsors, churches, civic groups, and businesses to sponsor the renovation of an elderly homeowner’s property. These homeowners are selected based on income, need of project, current on taxes on their property. We then match volunteers to the skill needed for the renovations. These projects vary from highly skilled such as installing windows or bathrooms to low skill such as painting and cleaning debris. Over 1,000 volunteers participate in this project yearly.

Mission:
Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh''s mission is to assist low-income elderly homeowners to remain independent through using volunteers to assist us in: Repairing Homes, Improving Lives.
Results:
We have repaired 840 homes which have a total market value of 5.1 million, using the skills of 18,000 volunteers.

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11/20/07
As the President of the Pittsburgh Regional Chapter of the American Society of Home Inspectors, my chapter members and I have had the privledge of working with Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh performing property assessments to help determine a candidate properties suitability for the program and it's... more »
11/09/07
Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh was started by a wonderful person named Ann Billak who died of breast cancer on July 15, 2004 at the age of 45. Every time I think of Rebuilding Together, I think of Ann. God has a plan for everyone and God's plan for Ann was to start Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh... more »
The best part of volunteering for Rebulding Together Pittsburgh is knowing that I have helped low income and disabled homeowners to continue to live in their cherished homes, safe, secure, and warm. RTP has consistently leveraged very limited donated funds, materials, and labor to provide hundreds ... more »
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