Rebuilding Together Atlanta (RTA) is dedicated to repairing homes, revitalizing communities, and rebuilding lives. But like most in today’s unprecedented time, the impact of COVID-19 is empowering all of us to be more creative and strategic about how we keep our senior’s safe in their homes. According to the Centers for Disease
In 2019, our volunteers, sponsors and partners helped make a huge impact in the Atlanta community. We are so grateful to have the support of the community to help repair homes, revitalize communities and rebuild lives for our neighbors. THANK YOU!
We were so proud to once again partner with our friends at Fannie Mae in honor & remembrance of the events of September 11th. Together, we helped Ms. Glenda who has owned and lived in her home since 1999. She has been an in-home daycare provider for most of her life.
ATLANTA, September 16, 2019 – Rebuilding Together Atlanta (RTA) announces that its executive director, Camille Kesler, will depart the role today after 4 years of dedicated service, and Mike Salet will take over as interim executive director. The board expresses its tremendous gratitude to Ms. Kesler for her service, leadership
Dear friends, “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go….” — Dr. Seuss, Oh! The Places You’ll Go!
We are proud to announce the adoption of a new initiative called Community Revitalization Partnership (CRP)! A community revitalization partnership is a coordinated approach between a Rebuilding Together affiliate and residents, volunteers, municipalities, nonprofits, businesses, foundations, and other partner organizations to build and sustain a safe, healthy, and thriving community.
To continue our mission to help more seniors, military veterans and families, we’re looking for more housing contractors including licensed & insured roofers, general contractors, plumbers and more. Can you help us grow our network of skilled contractors? Email Mhicks@RebuildingTogether-Atlanta.org or call us at 404.505.5599!
We are sending a big thank you to Fannie Mae and their staff that came out to volunteer to help Ms. Ethel (pictured here with Fannie Mae volunteers.) Ms. Ethel, age 83, was born in Atlanta and has lived in her Thomasville Heights home for 35 years. When she first bought
Atlanta, Ga., (May 3, 2019) – Nonprofit Rebuilding Together Atlanta, Inc. (RTA) is pleased to announce the addition of five new members to its Board of Directors: Andrea Foard, Gautam Huded, Jason Hughes, Catherine Morgen, and Prince Njoku. The Board provides leadership for carrying out RTA’s mission of repairing homes,