Boston Volunteers Come Together to Rebuild Homes, Revitalize Community
Saturday, April 22 – 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Jeff Bonner, Board Chairman and Janice Walker, Executive Director
Rebuilding Together Boston
Representatives from the homes and family shelter
Volunteers from Boston College and Grand Circle Corporation
Rebuilding Together Boston will be working with sponsors and volunteers at three locations across Dorchester. More than 100 local volunteers will be performing critical repairs and updates at two homes and one family shelter location. These projects are made possible by the generosity of sponsors Boston College, Grand Circle Foundation, and Lowe’s.
Throughout April, Rebuilding Together affiliates across the country and volunteers will work with Veterans, older adults, families, and disaster survivors by providing them with a variety of essential, health and safety home repairs, including flooring repairs and replacement, weatherization repairs, roof and handrail replacements, accessibility modifications, painting, landscaping, and other major home rehabilitations. The repairs are provided free of charge to neighbors in need, who are often faced with diminishing resources and must choose food and medicine over critical home repairs.
St. Ambrose Family Shelter/Catholic Charities, 25 Leonard Street, Dorchester
84 Spencer Street, Dorchester
48 Wendover Street, Dorcheste