|有关我们||www.rtdayton.org Rebuilding Together Dayton seeks a warm, safe and dry home for every homeowner in the city of Dayton.|
|任务||Rebuilding Together Dayton is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization that assists low-income Dayton homeowners, particularly the elderly and disabled, to live in warmth, safety and independence by building community partnerships and providing home rehabilitation.|
Rebuilding Together National Conference Awards
-2010: Best Photo - High Level of Work and Happiness that comes from Volunteering
-2009: Best Photo - Homeowner
-2006: Best Video
-2005: Best Website
-2004: Best Brochure
-2002: Best Brochure
-2001: Best Video and Best Brochure
National Rebuilding Day:
Rebuilding Together Dayton selects projects from nominations by neighborhood groups, churches, neighborhood development corporations, city housing inspectors, priority boards and individuals.
Applicants must own their own homes in the City of Dayton and have a combined household income of less than 80% of the area median income. Preference is given to homeowners who are elderly and/or disabled and have lived in their homes for a minimum of 10 years.
On April 27, 2013, over 1,100 Rebuilding Together Dayton volunteers worked on 20 homes and 2 community centers across the City of Dayton, providing $300,000 worth of home improvements.
A year-round, county-wide program designed to address urgent home repairs at no cost to the homeowner
The Montgomery Co. Frail/Elderly Program
Home modifications to address mobility and safety issues for homeowners over 60 years old
Urgent Home Repairs – City of Dayton CDBG program for low-income Dayton homeowners in need of home repairs
In 2012, 238 projects were completed on 83 unduplicated homes.
Seasonal Revitalization Programs:
Season based programs designed to help homeowners with small projects. This summer, Rebuilding Together Dayton took on 33 projects in the Dayton area, painting, doing yard work, and demolition.
Youth assisting Senior Citizens - Volunteer-driven projects led by RTD AmeriCorps members, projects are matched with times when volunteers are available to donate labor to complete small projects such as exterior garage or house painting, landscaping and litter cleanup.
Heat the Town – Furnace tune-ups and smoke detector installation