2nd Annual RTA Board of Directors Rebuild a Success

Rebuilding Together Atlanta, Inc. held its 2nd Annual RTA Rebuild in honor of Veteran’s Day 2018! Members of our Board came out in cold and rainy conditions to make needed repairs to help Ms. Judy, the widow of a retired military veteran. Ms. Judy is a 71 year old military widow that

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Ultimate Software Week of Service with RTA

Our friends at Ultimate Software partnered with us earlier this month to revitalize three homes during a two-day period! Volunteers from their Alpharetta and Atlanta offices came out to make a difference during Ultimate Software’s Week of Service. Check out our video of highlights from the rebuild by clicking on the image or you

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We Are [Re]Builders!

It’s officially fall, y’all! This is our favorite time of year for [Re]Builds and we have a lot going on! This month, we’ve partnered with longtime supporter Ultimate Software to rehabilitate 3 homes! One in Roswell and two on the same street in Atlanta. All three of these deserving homeowners

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Kickoff to Rebuild is Coming to Atlanta

We are super excited to host Kickoff To Rebuild during Super Bowl weekend 2019! Kickoff to Rebuild is an annual NFL-sanctioned event hosted by Rebuilding Together, held in conjunction with the Super Bowl. For 24 years, Rebuilding Together has partnered with the NFL in Super Bowl cities across the country, rebuilding

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SERVE-ing Our Community with Fannie Mae

Rebuilding Together Atlanta is proud to partner with Fannie Mae for the second year in a row during their special week of volunteer service called 7 Days to SERVE. SERVE stands for Serving, Engaged, and Ready to Volunteer Employees. This year’s incredible volunteers made health and safety upgrades to the home

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National Rebuilding Month is here!

After many months of planning, we are excited to partner with Wells Fargo, Transunion and Fannie Mae to renovate the homes of low-income homeowners right here in Atlanta. And, we are working hard to plan even more projects.  According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, there are 5.2 million homeowners who live in deteriorating,

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