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Rebuilding Together Twin Cities
COVID-19 Statement

As an organization, Rebuilding Together Twin Cities is deeply connected to our community and works every day to improve the safety and health of our neighbors. In the short-term, our primary concern is protecting the low-income homeowners we serve, as well as our volunteers, staff, and partners from the spread of COVID-19.

Although we have temporarily suspended projects and postponed volunteer groups who help us complete repairs, we are still accepting applications for Safe at Home and Home Repair projects. Please click on the Apply For Help section of the website for more information.

In an effort to ensure the health and well-being of our donors, supporters, clients, volunteers, and staff, we have cancelled our Neighbor Helping Neighbor Breakfast fundraiser.  As soon as plans have been finalized for possible rescheduling, we will inform you by email, social media, and personal calls.  Once these unprecedented challenges are behind us, the need for Rebuilding Together’s critical home repair services will be more important than ever.

During times like these, our work of providing critical home repairs to ensure the safety and health of our low-income neighbors including families with young children, seniors, people with disabilities, and other at-risk populations will demand new ways of delivering our services. This is why we are asking for your help. The spread of COVID-19 has made our work more challenging, but we will persevere. Please consider a donation today to support our mission and keep our community safe.

The Rebuilding Together staff is currently working from home. We will keep you updated as this situation develops. If you have questions, please email or leave a message at (651) 776-4273.

Be safe and be well.



Kathryn Greiner                                                       
Executive Director                                                   Rebuilding Together Twin Cities


Annie DeLong
Rebuilding Together Twin Cities