“We know you have many choices when it comes to your money and your time. Thank you for choosing Rebuilding Together Saratoga County.” This final remark from EJ Harkins, Emcee of Rebuilding Together Saratoga County’s 14th Annual Fundraising Dinner and Board Vice President might sound a little familiar. EJ shared that he was recently coming back from a
Sears awarded us $10,000 to provide repairs and accessibility modifications for low-income veterans in our community through their Heroes at Home program. We are proud of this partnership and thankful for the support of Sears!
We were thrilled to partner with volunteers from Spectrum last month to help a Troy homeowner in need. Volunteers installed a new walkway, replaced fencing, painted, removed carpet, and landscaped. Check out the article about our project in the Troy Record. We also provided free Safe and Healthy Home kits at Capital Roots in Troy through
Rebuilding Together Saratoga County transforms the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing our communities. 2016 was another big year! With your support, we were able to provide the critical repairs and accessibility modifications needed for 120 low-income homeowners to remain in the homes and neighborhoods they
Thanks again for helping us modify Mike Shpur’s home! We wanted to share this wonderful thank you note from Mike and Cindy: “We feel like an angel landed on our shoulder when your organization stepped in. Everyone was truly amazing and generous with their time. The bathroom, bedroom and the floors look beautiful. Mike will
Mark your calendars – House Captain training on 4/5, new volunteer orientation on 4/12, & community work days on 4/29, 5/6 & 5/13! Please email us at Michelle@RTSaratoga.org to sign up. New volunteer? Please complete our volunteer application.
Thanks to a generous grant from Lowe’s, we were recently able to providing substantial rehabilitation and repairs for a single mother living in a mobile home park. Repairs included updating plumbing and electrical, replacing windows, insulating, repairing walls, and replacing cabinets and countertops in the kitchen. This work will ensure that the homeowner and her
We recently partnered with more than 20 volunteers from General Electric Research & Development and Power & Water to provide clean up and repair services for 10 low-income homeowners in a mobile home park in Greenfield. Volunteers spent the day raking leaves, cleaning up trash and debris, planting flowers, landscaping, and providing minor repairs for