Rebuilding Together Baltimore has two separate programs that cover the Wilson Park Northern neighborhood. To see which project you can potentially qualify for, click on the following link to a new and updated flyer for more information. Wilson Park BaHN and Handyman FlyerRead more
- Cuties on Duty LLC is a fashion retailer that sells jewelry, clothing, accessories and body care products including soaps and lotions. Located in the Avenue Market, Cuties on Duty has been in business for four years and provides customers with an affordable place to shop for special events. Through the Wells Fargo Works Neighborhood Renovation Program, co-owners Chrystal and Myra Boykins hope to update their current store by organizing inventory and merchandise storage, improve lighting and display cases, and create a space to produce branded products onsite.
- Celeebrate US Gift Baskets and Parties is a company built on celebrating the lives and occasions of everyone. Celeebrate Us captures the milestones and memories of every celebration including birthdays, baby showers, anniversaries and wedding receptions. The company offers all-inclusive packages that feature setup, decorations, cleanup, games and a well-crafted custom made gift basket. Families work hard, and Celeebrate Us recognizes their hard work by relieving them of the perils of party planning. Through the Wells Fargo Works Neighborhood Renovation Program, owner Lisa Phillips hopes to expand on the amenities and services that Celeebrate US offers by improving the space to accommodate larger groups and redecorating the facility with a fresh, updated look.
- Main Street Hats specializes in classic and traditional hats and custom neckwear, and has been an anchor business on Greenmount Avenue in the Waverly neighborhood for seven years. Through the Neighborhood Renovation Program, co-owner Clyde Davis-El hopes to maximize the current store space with an updated floor plan, renovate the interior of the business to better showcase the selection of products, and refresh the exterior to complement the historic aesthetic of the neighborhood.
Volunteer Projects Take Place July 28, 29, 30 & 31. For more information call 410-889-2710 or email bonnie at RTBaltimore.org
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Charles Faison is a 74 year-old United States Army veteran who has lived in his home for 50 years. A Baltimore native, Mr. Faison moved to Turner Station when he was 10. Many of his peers in Turner Station joined the military after high school, so he also decided to enlist in the army at the age of 19. He worked in ordinance repairing military equipment and as a cook, and in 1963 he was transferred from active duty to reserve. Because of his love for the military, he served in the reserves for 30 years and was ranked as sergeant first class at the time of his discharge. After leaving active duty, Mr. Faison found a job at General Motors where he worked for 40 years until he became sick.
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Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) has named three finalists in the Wells Fargo Works for Small Business®: Neighborhood Renovation Program, a small business renovation contest which ran from April 15- May 15. The three small business finalists will each receive up to $10,000 in renovations to their business’ interior and/or exterior done in partnership with architectural firm Gensler, along with workshops and training from the Greater Baltimore Urban League Entrepreneurship Center Program. Rebuilding Together Baltimore will oversee the implementation of the renovations. The three finalists were selected by a panel of judges from Wells Fargo, National Urban League, Rebuilding Together Baltimore and Gensler.
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You can join this awesome team of people for a year of service to support our mission and build organizational capacity.
Rebuilding Together CapacityCorps is a National Direct AmeriCorps program with AmeriCorps members serving 10 months at Rebuilding Together affiliates around the country from August 7, 2016, through June 30, 2017. Members help improve the lives of low-income homeowners through hands-on home repairs and community outreach while earning an education award to help with educational expenses.
For general information about CapacityCorps click here.
See below for position descriptions for our two CapacityCorps positions.
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On Saturday April 30th, over 500 volunteers participated in our annual Rebuilding Day event. This is a day of community service that takes place the last Saturday in April every year. These dedicated and hard-working volunteers worked on over 40 projects, including improvements to 30 homes. Their efforts are part of the revitalization of the Woodbourne-McCabe and Turner Station neighborhoods.Read more