Rebuilding Together Twin Cities

Mission Statement

Together we transform the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing our communities.

Impact and Programs

Accomplishments We are proud to report that we completed 71 Safe at Home projects, 33 Home Repair projects, and eight Community Revitalization projects in 2018. As a result of our Safe at Home projects, 71 low-income households have received the accessibility modifications and ramps needed to live more independently and safely in their homes. Our Home Repair projects provided critical home repairs for 33 low-income households, preserving affordable homeownership and ensuring these homes are safe and healthy. Many of the households we have served this year received comprehensive services through both our Safe at Home and Home Repair programs, and we served 158 people through these programs. Through our Community Revitalization projects, we have improved eight nonprofit organizations and community spaces, enabling them to better serve the 1,065 clients they impact each year. We are proud to report that we partnered with 679 volunteers in 2018 who have given 6,383 hours of their time to help those in need in our community.
Current Goals Our goal is to be a community revitalization partner by preserving affordable homeownership and improving the health and safety of each home, while simultaneously increasing and improving the community resources available to the residents who live in the neighborhoods we serve. We will consider ourselves successful if we can increase the number of homeowners served and meet our goal of completing 70 Safe at Home Projects; 30 Home Repair Projects; and 7 Community Revitalization Projects.
Community or Constituency Served In order to qualify for our cost-free services, applicants must have household income at or below 50% of Area Median Income. And, at least one resident in the home must be a senior, an individual living with a disability, a child under the age of 18, or an active or retired member of the armed services.
Geographic Area Served Our geographical area is the Twin Cities Metro Area encompassing the counties of Anoka, Carver, Hennepin, Dakota, Ramsey, Scott and Washington.

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Organization Last Reviewed on 06/17/2019

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1050 SE 33rd Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Phone: 651-776-4273

General Information

EIN: 41-1893180
Principal Staff: Kathy Greiner
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE): 5
Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
Number of Clients: 1223
Ruling Year: 1998


Board Chair: Tom Schmall
Number of Board Members: 15
Board Meetings with Quorum: 8
Average Member Attendance: 12.6

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