What we do

Evan Mayor Scot

Since 1996, we have repaired over 500 homes and completed several community improvement projects, with the assistance of tens of thousands of volunteers. We work in partnership with communities, corporations, churches, service clubs, and volunteers, with an overall goal to improve the homes and neighborhoods of disadvantaged residents. We have found that our efforts, particularly when concentrated within a small geographic area, are sustainable and often act as a catalyst for additional neighborhood improvements.

Rebuilding Together Hartford is an affiliate of Rebuilding Together, a national organization dedicated to providing critical home repairs, modifications and improvements for low-income homeowners. Collectively, Rebuilding Together affiliates has completed work on more than 100,000 homes and engaged 3.4 million volunteers to deliver $1.3 billion in market value since its founding in 1988.

National Rebuilding Day – On the last Saturday in April, corporate teams and other skilled and unskilled volunteers donate their time, talent, and resources for a “hands-on” day of home or non-profit-facility repairs and renovations.

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Emergency Home Repair – assists Hartford’s low-income homeowners, particularly the elderly, disabled and families with children with critical issues (no heat or hot water, major roof leak, safety and/or accessibility modifications, etc.). The aim of the program is to help people who have an immediate need that impacts their ability to live in warmth, safety and independence.

Learn more about Emergency Home Repair