We can't do it without your help! There are many options to support Rebuilding Together Dayton!
Interested in volunteering? Check out our upcoming volunteer projects and sign up here!
Stay up to date with upcoming volunteer opportunities by joining our email list or follow us on social media:
National Building Day and Month
Our biggest volunteer project of the year is National Rebuilding Day, it is held on the last Saturday in April. Almost 1,000 volunteers lend a hand any way they can to improve the community in Dayton and housing for a senior citizen in need. Can't join us for National Rebuilding Day, we have expanded our efforts to National Rebuilding month with projects throughout April.
Seasonal Safe @ Home Volunteer
Our neighbor's need is greater than ever. We host volunteer projects throughout the year through our Seasonal Safe @ Home Program. Learn more about the program here. Join our mailing list to stay informed of upcoming volunteer opportunities.
Organize a Volunteer Group
Volunteering as a group is a wonderful team-building and meaningful experience. Throughout the year we have multiple projects in need of volunteer groups of different skill levels. Interested in learning more about organizing a project, reach out to Caroline, Seasonal Safe @ Home Director, email@example.com.
Safety Kits Drive
Host a Safety Kit Drive drive at your workplace, organization, or school. These safety kits allow us to eliminate hazards in the home for the homeowners that we assist. Learn more about hosting a drive here.
Some of our projects to help our neighbors require a higher skilled level. We often need help with or looking for individuals that may help out with carpentry, concrete, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, roofing, and general handyman work. To learn more about how you may volunteer with Rebuilding Together Dayton, email Caroline, Seasonal Safe @ Home Director at Caroline@rtdayton.org or fill out this sign up form.
Thanks to in-kind donations and volunteers, we are able to turn a $1 donation into $4 of impact. Help us continue to leverage our donations by volunteering your time. Year-round we are working to create safe and healthy homes for Dayton’s low-income senior homeowners. Through our Neighbor•Care program, we are able to make critical repairs and complete vital accessibility modifications. Skilled volunteers allow us to leverage our limited funding by saving on labor and only having to purchase materials.