Everyone deserves to live in a safe and healthy home.
In that spirit, Rebuilding Together Indianapolis—a 501(c)(3) organization—exists to aid people who, because of physical limitation or low income, are struggling to cover the costs of needed home repairs.
An affiliate of the national organization Rebuilding Together, Rebuilding Together Indianapolis follows the mission of “repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.” Over the past 20 years, our growing organization has improved the homes and lives of more than 400 members of our Indianapolis community. As we work toward our vision of safe homes and communities for everyone, we know there is much work to do.
Rebuilding Together Indianapolis is grateful to have once again partnered with Spectrum to help make a positive impact for a senior homeowner by making needed critical repairs to her home.
The home repairs included electrical, HVAC, soffit and facia repairs, exterior painting, gutter and downspout replacement, tree trimming, screen porch repairs and replacement of missing door and window trim, along with overall cleanup. This year, we were also joined by our friends at the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Nine officers volunteered their time with us, including, the Chief of Police Bryan Roach. We are grateful for their assistance as we work together on our shared goal of uplifting and rebuild...
Each year for the past 12 years, the Indianapolis Colts have built playgrounds in underserved areas of Indianapolis. In 2011, the Colts added Rebuilding Together Indianapolis as a partner to increase the impact of their projects.
This year, on Sept. 16, the Colts revitalized Francis W. Parker Montessori School 56 on the near north side. The project included the complete construction of a new playground, a new nature area, and overall beautification of the school grounds.
While this is the 12th annual playground build for the Indianapolis Colts, this year’s project was scaled up to celebrate the NFL’s 100th season and its associated community involvement initiative, the Huddle for 100.
Rebuilding Together Indianapolis is thrilled to be celebrating our 20th year. We’ve come a long way in the past 20 years and we’re proud to continue working toward our mission of repairing homes, revitalizing communities, and rebuilding lives.
Our efforts have served 400+ homeowners since 1999, engaging over 500 volunteers each year. This has resulted in over $10 million in community impact. Each year, we are one step closer to our vision of safe homes and communities for everyone.
Earlier this month, we hosted our 20th Anniversary Celebration at VisionLoft in downtown Indianapolis, sponsored by CSO and Shrewsberry & Associates. While enjoying food, drink, and the company of fellow Rebuilding Together su...
Rebuilding Together Indianapolis volunteers will repair nine homes in the Twin Aire neighborhood on Saturday, April 27 as part of National Rebuilding Month and National Rebuilding Day.
Rebuilding Together Indianapolis provides assistance—with to no-cost to the homeowner—to people who, because of physical limitation or low income, are struggling to cover the costs of needed home repairs. Rebuilding Together Indianapolis is an affiliate of Rebuilding Together, the leading national nonprofit organization with a mission to repair the homes of people in need and revitalize our communities.
The work began earlier this month with skilled labor provided by the Indiana Union Construction Industry during Union Build...
Rebuilding Together Indianapolis started the new year with a visit from Caroline Blakely, president and CEO of the national Rebuilding Together organization, and Becky Carter, regional director of the Rebuilding Together Central Region, followed by a sponsorship appreciation event with several special guests on Jan. 18.
“Over the past 20 years, Rebuilding Together Indianapolis has played a critical role in ensuring over 400 of its neighbors have a safe place to call home," said Caroline Blakely, president and chief executive officer of the national Rebuilding Together organization. "During my recent visit, I was invigorated by the board of directors' strategy and vision and look forward to their increased...
Rebuilding Together Indianapolis is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to the Board of Directors: Holly Bolton, Ryan Taylor and Bryan McHugh. The Board provides leadership for carrying out our mission of repairing homes, revitalizing communities and rebuilding lives.
As we begin 2019, please join me in thanking David Werking for his leadership and commitment to our success. Mr. Werking's tenure as President has positioned RTI for continued growth and prosperity. David will continue to serve RTI as Past President, and Chair of the Sponsorship Committee.
One of RTI's founders, and our Executive Director, Bill Davis is celebrating his 20 Year Anniversary this year! Mr. Davis has also served as Past President, and we are very thankful for his wisdom and many years of service.
This year, Rebuilding Together of Indianapolis' shares it's 20 Year Anniversary with our neighbors, sponsors and volunteers. The Mission back then is the same today: repairing homes, revitalizing com...
Ten homeowners in a local Marion County neighborhood received gifts of free home repairs thanks to more than 225 corporate volunteers working with Rebuilding Together Indianapolis. Volunteers completed the repairs during a one-day work blitz on Saturday, April 28th in the SEND – Twin Aire neighborhood.
The 19th annual Rebuilding Together Indianapolis Neighborhood Revitalization Day began with a neighborhood rally at 8 a.m. at the Rebuilding Together Celebration Tent located at the corner of Prospect and Madeira Street.
In the sprit of community partnership, representatives from the city of Indianapolis participated in the opening ceremony to celebrate the community impact associated with this collab...