November 26, 2012
RPT is great for a number of reasons. One, you can see your dollars at work in a very actionable way; whole neighborhoods transform, unlivable houses become livable, families that might have been turned out in the street have homes again. Next, the goals are attainable; they're not curing cancer, they're helping other members of the community on an actionable timeline. Finally, the people they're helping are people with a vested interest in picking up the torche once they're done; these are homeowners who've houses have fallen into disrepair, can't afford to fix it themselves, and who would otherwise become homeless were it not for the good work RPT does.
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