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Rebuilding Day 2016 in the news!

Our Rebuilding Day 2016 work was featured in The Baltimore Sun
and on Fox45 ! Check out the article and news clip.

Thanks to Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz for visiting our
sites and to Honeywell, our Premier Sponsor

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Rebuilding Day 2016 was a HUGE success!!!

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.

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Announcing Rebuilding Together’s target neighborhoods for 2016!

Rebuilding Together Baltimore is excited to announce that we have selected the Turner Station community as our next Baltimore County neighborhood. Turner Station is the oldest African-American community in Baltimore County.  This community is close-knit, and has a rich history. Baltimore County has targeted Turner Station for significant investment and revitalization. Rebuilding Together is proud to be part of this revitalization. To learn more about Turner Station and its history click here 

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We are also excited to announce that we will be working in the Woodbourne-McCabe neighborhood in Baltimore City for the second year in a row. We look forward to continuing to work with the Woodbourne-McCabe Neighborhood Association and great partners such as Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake, York Road Partnership, Loyola University Maryland, and more. To learn more about the history of Woodbourne-McCabe click here 

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If you know anyone who lives in either Turner Station or Woodbourne-McCabe, please have them call Rebuilding Together Baltimore soon. The deadline to call us is November 15th. Our phone number is 410-889-2710. To see our outreach flyers for each neighborhood, click either link:

Woodbourne-McCabe Flyer     Turner Station Flyer

 

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Building with Erie and Medifast

In September, we worked with Erie Insurance and Medifast to provide safe and healthy housing repairs and improvements for Ms. Mary Madden and Mrs. Sedonia Byrd in the Woodbourne-McCabe neighborhood.

Our first project took place on September 10th and 11th in observance of the September 11th National Day of Service and remembrance. Volunteers from Erie Insurance, one of the largest property and casualty insurers in America, devoted their time during the two day event. Over 30 Erie employees came from all over Maryland to devote their time to give back to the community.

 

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Later in September, Rebuilding Together Baltimore worked with Medifast to help work on safe and healthy housing repairs on the home of Ms. Mary Madden. Medifast’s community impact program encourages employees to volunteer with organizations and give back into the community. In addition to working on Ms. Madden’s home, volunteers also helped finish up some projects at Ms. Byrd’s home and beautified the park between their homes. 20 wonderful Medifast volunteers came out and made a huge impact!

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Microsoft Volunteer Project – November 22, 2014

microsoftThis past Saturday, November 22nd, RTB partnered with Microsoft to work on Ms. H’s home in the Woodbourne-McCabe neighborhood of Baltimore City.

Ms. H is 73 years old. She has lived on the east side of Baltimore City her whole life and moved to the Woodbourne-McCabe neighborhood 17 years ago in 1997. She has owned her current residence for 14 years. Before she bought her house, she lived next to her sister. Ms. H’s 41 year old son currently lives with her and her sister still lives down the street. She has a daughter and 2 brothers as well. Ms. H loves living in Woodbourne-McCabe because it is a quiet and friendly neighborhood. She loves the fact that her neighborhood had a lot of children when she first moved there and now a lot of seniors live in the area since many families have raised their children there and stayed even after their children have moved out.  Before Ms. H retired she was a security guard at the Housing Authority for Baltimore City for 25 years. Now that she is retired she loves to read and do puzzles

Seventeen awesome volunteers came out from Microsoft for the project They accomplished so much including installing flooring, energy efficiency improvements, installing handrails in stairways, weatherizing doorways, installing a new toilet, adding grab bars in the shower as well as a shower seat, and other major and minor household repairs and maintenance.

Thank you to everyone from Microsoft for making this day possible and to all the other volunteers that came out that day. We love our volunteers and Ms. H is very happy with the repairs done to her home.

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“This is all such a blessing. I am truly thankful for all that you have done to my home. I thank you to the upmost!” Ms. H

 

Check out our Facebook page for more pictures from this project!

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Announcing Our Target Neighborhoods For Rebuilding Day 2015!

We are thrilled to announce that Rebuilding Together Baltimore has selected the Woodbourne-McCabe community as our next Rebuilding Day neighborhood for Baltimore City! We will be partnering with the Woodbourne-McCabe Neighborhood Association and Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake, which has been working in the neighborhood for 2 1/2 years. Woodbourne-McCabe is a small community of 378 homes, the majority of which were built in the 1920s and 30’s. Woodbourne-McCabe is part of the Greater Govans Community in North Central Baltimore City.

RTB is also excited to announce that we will be working in the North Point Village neighborhood of Baltimore County for a second year! We look forward to working with the North Point Village Civic Association again to reach out to homeowners in need and plan community beautification projects. North Point Village is a neighborhood located in Dundalk with a population of about 3,800. It is a waterfront community situated in a commercial area with town homes as well as single-family homes. The townhomes were built around 1958 and the single-family homes are much older. Over the past year we worked on 12 homes in the North Point Village community and we hope to work on even more next year!
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5820 York Road, Suite T300
Baltimore, MD 21212
Phone: (410) 889-2710
Fax: (443) 586-0785
Email: Info@RTBaltimore.org

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