Join the [Re]Builder movement and become a volunteer today! To sign up or find out more information, visit our volunteer portal below.Volunteer Portal
Sponsor a Project
Would you or your organization like to sponsor a home repair project for our annual signature rebuilding event, National Rebuilding Day or Make a Difference Day? Contact us today!Sponsorship Form
WHY REBUILDING TOGETHER?
REVITALIZING OUR COMMUNITY
Our programs impact Southern Nevada’s most vulnerable community members. Most of the homeowners served are low-income seniors who do not have the resources necessary to maintain their homes. Without being addressed, needed repairs lead to serious deterioration, and sometimes loss, of their home. Our efforts focus on neighborhoods with the greatest need, such as those with high rates of foreclosure, abandoned properties, and vacant homes
HANDS ON EXPERIENCE OF REPAIRING HOMES
Whether you are a sponsor or volunteer, you can see the immediate, positive impact of your work by helping return someone’s home to a safe and healthy standard in one day. Most volunteer days consist of performing repairs on the exterior of a home such as paint, xeriscaping, and debris removal. No matter if you are a professional tradesperson, a weekend warrior, or someone who has never worked on a house before, we invite you to join the Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada team.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE THROUGH REBUILDING LIVES
Your work renews pride in homeownership and encourages neighbors to improve their own homes. According to Rebuilding Together’s national office, 9 in 10 homeowners who received our repairs anticipated that they can safely live in their homes over the next decade and beyond
Corporate team volunteer projects naturally create a positive team building experience. While working to address the community’s real needs, your team will build camaraderie. Using teamwork, your employees will transform a low-income homeowner’s life in one day. By the end of the project, the volunteers will gain a better understanding of housing and local human needs that they can take back to their everyday life.