Who We Are
Rebuilding Together Baltimore is a nonprofit organization devoted to providing critical home repairs to low-income homeowners at no cost to the homeowners. We serve low-income seniors, families, and people with disabilities who live in the Baltimore area. Our goal is to make homes warmer, safer, and drier.
Rebuilding Together Baltimore is an affiliate of Rebuilding Together, the nation’s leading non-profit organization working to preserve affordable home ownership and to revitalize communities. Over 200 Rebuilding Together affiliates operate across the country.
Since 1989 we have mobilized over 20,000 volunteers to repair more than 1,300 homes in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Our work represents a cumulative value of over $7 million for the Baltimore area.
Who We Help
Across the country, more than 7 million low-income homeowners spend over half their income on housing. For these homeowners maintaining a safe and healthy home is an ongoing struggle that forces them to choose between critical home repairs and vital necessities such as food and medicine. Repairs provided by Rebuilding Together Baltimore enable seniors, families, and people with disabilities to continue to live in their homes in greater safety and comfort.
Rebuilding Together Baltimore is currently working in the neighborhoods of Woodbourne-McCabe in Baltimore City and Turner Station in Baltimore County for our Rebuilding Day program. We are not accepting applications from outside of these areas. Click here to learn more about our eligibility requirements.
If you have any questions please call us at (410) 889-2710 or email us at Info@RTBaltimore.org