Homeowner Application For critical home repairs done during National Rebuilding Month in April. (Applications accepted May through October.)
Fire Safety Application For the installation of 10-year-battery smoke alarms and (in addition, for seniors or anyone with disabilities) 10-year-battery carbon monoxide detectors).
Critical Needs Application For problems such as a leaking roof, lack of heat or hot water, non-working appliances; or the need for a wheelchair ramp.
Community Building Application For nonprofit and community organizations (particularly those that serve seniors, veterans, children at risk, or anyone who is low-income) that need help repairing or improving their buildings and/or outdoor spaces (e.g., community garden or playground).
Rebuilding Together's core home-repair work varies according to the needs of the homeowner and the condition of the home.
We can provide home modifications to help seniors age in place. This might include grab bars, tub or shower seats, raised toilets, additional hand rails, fall prevention modifications, wheelchair ramps, widened doorways, lever handles and more.
With our partners from Electricians Local 164, we repair and upgrade electrical work and install smoke- and carbon monoxide detectors where needed.
Using skilled plumbers and carpenters, we can tackle critical plumbing and building issues.
Through our fire-safety program we provide and install smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors, as needed for seniors and others unable to do this on their own. We also provide fire-safety education for individual homeowners and for groups.
Our asthma-reduction and education efforts help remove allergens and help families understand the causes of asthma and allergy-related illnesses.
Our energy-efficiency and weatherization modifications help homeowners save money on utility bills while keeping their homes warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
National Rebuilding Day
Our signature event, National Rebuilding Day, occurs on the last Saturday of April. Across the country, Rebuilding Together affiliates plan projects that celebrate the organization’s mission and bring national attention to the plight of America’s low-income homeowners and the communities in which they live.
The national impact generated on this day is strong, with volunteers completing more than 4,000 home and community center projects every year across the country. Nationally, over the course of the year, volunteers work on 10,000 homes.
Rebuilding Together North Jersey also experiences high-impact success on a local level with our neighbor-helping-neighbor model:
View our Federal 990 here.