community revitalization partnerships (crp)
What began as a simple act of neighbors helping neighbors live in safe housing has expanded to holistic neighborhood revitalization.
Rebuilding Together Dayton’s Community Revitalization Partnerships (CRP) model shapes how we maximize investment in communities beyond housing, focus our home repair and rehab work in targeted neighborhoods, and collaborate with residents, volunteers, municipalities, nonprofits, businesses, foundations, and other partner organizations to support safe, healthy, and thriving communities.
Community revitalization is the heart of our organization. We have been working for over 20 years with partners from the City of Dayton, local churches, companies, and schools. Working together continually helps us to make our neighborhoods safer and healthier.
Rebuilding Together is activating cross-sector partnerships and leveraging corporate philanthropy to improve the health and safety of homes while improving community infrastructure and spaces such as parks, schools, community centers and nonprofit facilities.
In 2016 our Community Revialization Partnership Stragety was launched. It is a coordinated approach between a Rebuilding Together Dayton and residents, volunteers, municipalities, nonprofits, businesses, foundations, and other stakeholders to build and sustain a safe, healthy and thriving community.