We Are Hiring!

Rebuilding Together Twin Cities seeks to hire a Program Manager who will work with volunteers and staff to establish a Rebuilding Together presence and office in the southwest Minnesota counties of Cottonwood, Jackson and Nobles. Rebuilding Together provides fall prevention and accessibility modifications and home repairs for low-income homeowners. The Program Manager will be physically located in southwestern Minnesota and report to the organization’s Program Director in the Twin Cities.

Specific duties shall be those duties assigned by the Executive Directors and/or the Program Director of Rebuilding Together Twin Cities including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Network with strategic partners, community organizations and social service agencies for client referrals, volunteer recruitment and donor solicitations.
  • Work with local Advisory Committee and local working committees to conduct organizational business and perform repairs within Cottonwood, Jackson and Nobles counties.
  • Work to secure local funding and in-kind donations.

This position will rely heavily on community volunteers to perform some tasks through committee involvement. The Program Manager will be responsible for recruiting volunteers and managing these committees. It is important for the Program Manager to help committee members understand their specific role (what they need to do and by when) and for the Program Manager to facilitate communication and a good working relationship with and among committee members as well as organizational staff.

The full position description is available here.

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Kathy Greiner at k.greiner@rebuildingtogether-twincities.org.

We Are Accepting Applications!

As we begin a new year, Rebuilding Together Twin Cities is accepting applications for a variety of home improvements projects for low-income residents in specific communities throughout the metro.

Now more than ever, the ability to stay home in a safe and comfortable environment is a major priority, especially for those that are most at-risk. From accessibility ramps, home repairs and added safety features, our donated work allows residents to stay in their home longer, improving their overall quality of life.

If you are interested in applying for no cost home repairs or Safe at Home modifications, please review eligibility criteria and complete an application by January 15, 2021.

You can find more information and download the applications here or call the office at 651-776-4273 to request an application by mail.

Thank You for Making our Flannel Fling a Success!

We are very grateful to everyone who joined us for our Virtual Flannel Fling last Thursday!  Together, we exceeded our goal and raised more than $60,000 that will support our work to ensure that everyone in our community has a safe and healthy place to call home!

We would like to send a special thank you to our Emcee Matt Muenster, Auctioneer Sarah Knox, Do Good Events, AV for You, and The Knolls, who provided live music!  We would also like to thank our speakers – Ramp Crew Leaders Armand Peterson and Craig Larson!

Thanks to our Events Committee, including Alissa Achterling, Annette Rodriguez, Brian Frey, Faith White, Hannah Hegman, Heather Soule, Jeanne Rudelius, Kalsey Beach, Laura Thieret, Lindsey Anderson, Lynda Hainlin, Mallory Anderson, Michaela Brown, Sarah Sandberg, Scott Gilbertson, Silva Helmer, Steve Frederickson, Tom Keljik, Tom Pfannenstiel, Tony Sjogren, and Virginia Becker.  We’d also like to send a shout out to super fans Tom Keljik and Jennifer Collins for making special Flannel Fling goodie bags for their friends and encouraging them to join us for the event!

Finally, we would like to recognize our sponsors: Annette Rodriguez, Annie & James DeLong, Austin & Uche Onwaulu, Bill L’Herault, Brian Frey, Craftapped, Do Good Events, Highland Bank, Innovative Building Concepts, LLC, Jasbir & Frances Singh, Kathy Greiner, Katie & Dana Harms, Lejeune Steel Company, Marie Bushbaum, Matt & Gretchen Culver, NRG Energy, Old National Bank, Options Exteriors, Paul Mellblom & Peter Farstad, Steve Frederickson, The Opus Group, Tom Pfannestiel & Danielle Dart, and Wells Fargo. This event would not have been possible without your support!

Join our Team!

Join our team and serve a year as an AmeriCorps CapacityCorps member!  Rebuilding Together CapacityCorps is a National Direct AmeriCorps program with AmeriCorps members serving 11 months at Rebuilding Together affiliates around the country. Members help improve the lives of their neighbors in need through hands-on home repairs and community outreach, while earning a living stipend and an education award to help with educational expenses.

We are hiring an AmeriCorps Program Coordinator, and you can view the full position description here.

Members will earn a stipend of $15,000 and an Education Award of $6,195 upon completion of the term. The term starts on January 11, 2021 and ends December 3, 2021.

The deadline to apply is November 20th. Visit Rebuilding Together’s website to apply today!