Turning 20 in 2019: Rebuilding Together Indianapolis Celebrates Two Decades
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 supporters, we were able to raise additional funds through a silent auction. We are grateful to all who donated items for our auction, and thank you to those who bid so generously to support our efforts.
We are continuously inspired by our community partners, especially those who have been alongside us since day one. At our 20th Anniversary Celebration, we honored these founding Keystone Sponsors with a special award. We sincerely value these special partnerships and are grateful for their continued support. These organizations are true champions of our cause:
The Indiana Union Construction Building Trades - Central Indiana Building Trades
Our Executive Director Bill Davis was also recognized for his 20 years of commitment to our mission. Bill is the founder of Rebuilding Together’s Indianapolis affiliate, and our organization would not be where we are today without his unwavering vision and commitment to the importance of our work.
As we celebrate our 20th anniversary and reflect on those who have helped us along the way, we know we could not provide these critical repairs without the help of so many people. Thank YOU, volunteers, neighbors, Union tradespeople, sponsors, board members, staff, city partners, and countless others. We look forward to the next 20 years and beyond.