Mr. S proudly served in the US Marine Corps in Vietnam and then spent 40 years working for the Washington Post. His wife was employed by the General Services Administration and they enjoyed being part of their community. But ten years ago Mrs. S became disabled and Mr. S retired to become her full-time care-giver. […]
“This is one of the first times we’ve felt a sense of community in our neighborhood,” said Mrs. A as she watched the team of Rebuilding Together-AFF volunteers working on projects all around their Alexandria home.
We are very pleased to welcome Sanjay Srikantiah to the Rebuilding Together-AFF Board of Directors. Sanjay works in the Financial Services Industry.
RT-AFF was pleased to partner with our National Office to plan, manage and execute the 2018 AmeriCorps Member training and project days this August.
Please join us in wishing Marcy Bartlett a fond farewell. Marcy is leaving RT-AFF after six and a half years of service.
On July 17, 2018 Rebuilding Together Arlington/Fairfax/Falls Church and Sears partnered in Alexandria to serve a multi-generational veteran family as part of the Sears Heroes at Home program.
Our vision for Rebuilding Together Express has come true: small teams of 4-5 volunteers, working 4-5 hours, and spending $400-$500 for materials are helping seniors age in place safely in their homes.
The award was presented to recognize our new delivery system called Rebuilding Together Express.
Sign up for our Hands on Technical Training and learn from our most experienced volunteers.
National Rebuilding Day Success! With the support of over 650 community members, 29 low-income families and non-profit organizations that house and serve vulnerable populations in our area now have safer and healthier places to live.
Everyone wants to protect seniors from falls, yet fall hazards at home often go overlooked. Solid science and practical experience show how relatively simple repairs can prevent falls. Please Step Inside – if you really want to protect seniors from falls and reduce re-admissions
For two years, Teresa Oliver and her son Michael couldn’t go home. They lived in a basement apartment, hoping their their house could be restored…
Pat’s home looked okay from the outside. She did what she could to keep the exterior in good condition. But inside, the house had deteriorated. She didn’t have the money or the strength to make repairs…
It feels good to roll your sleeves up and give back. That’s what volunteers from Navy Federal Credit Union (NFCU) learned when they helped restore a local nonprofit’s food pantry and thrift store…