Rebuilding Together of Grays Harbor

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Mission Statement To preserve and revitalize houses and communities, assuring that low-income homeowners, particularly those who are elderly, disabled and families with children, live in warmth, safety, and independence. Our goal is to make a sustainable impact in partnership with the community

If the roof begins to leak, the furnace quits, or broken locks on doors and windows leave elderly residents vulnerable to crime, a quick turn-around is essential.

Many of America's 24 million low-income homeowners don't have the money or ability to repair damage that could spiral into ever more costly and hazardous dilapidation.

Nearly half of Rebuilding Together's nearly 300 affiliates now make repairs all year long for low-income homeowners whose repairs just can't wait for Rebuilding Day.

While that single spring day's nationwide rehabilitation blitz remains a vital part of the organization, its impact is increasingly sustained by consistent, continuing involvement of

Rebuilding Together volunteers. Spring, summer, fall, and winter--they provide weatherization services, home modifications for the handicapped and elderly, and urgent repairs. Grays Harbor County is working toward becoming one of the year-round affiliates.