Rebuilding Together Charles County has partnered with Our Place Waldorf to provide bags of food to those in need on Monday, June 15, 2020 at 4:30 pm at Good Shepherd Methodist Church at 305 Smallwood Dr. in Waldorf.
There will be bags of food that will provide 2 dinners while supplies last. Rebuilding Together Charles County did not have their annual Rebuilding Day in April so the board voted to use the funds that are normally spent on a dinner for the volunteers to be used on dinners for those in need.
Rebuilding Together Charles County’s mission is to repair the homes of the elderly, disabled, and or low-income homeowners but during this time of COVID, we are postponing those activities until a later date. Rebuilding Together Charles County wants to give a huge “Thank You” to Nicks of Clinton for their help in organizing the food for this event.
WHILE SUPPLIES LAST
Rebuilding Together Charles County wants to send a big THANK YOU to Lowes for it’s continued support to the mission of Rebuilding Together. This week Lowes made a $1 million commitment to Rebuilding Together affiliates across the country to assist with operational costs at this time. These funds will allow us to continue operations and support the emergency repairs, which help our most vulnerable neighbors shelter in place.
We have rescheduled the Sunset at Mount Aventine event for Saturday, September 21, 2019 to a future date. We apologize for the inconvenience. We’ll announce a date shortly, so stay tuned.
Sunset at Mount Aventine is a major fundraising event for us. It helps us to reach more senior homeowners throughout the county by making their homes safe and accessible. The donations we receive go directly in buying materials and paying for labor for our homeowners. We’re able to complete a lot of what we do from the help of volunteers. Many of our residents want to age in place – in the comfort of the home they love and feel comfortable in – and it is our mission to do so.
If you would like to help us help more seniors, please consider donating today. We make homes safer from the generosity of people like you, which impacts the lives of elderly residents in Charles County.
Recently, Rebuilding Together Charles County has had the pleasure of completing a driveway repair project for one of our well-deserving homeowners. This massive project was made possible with the generous gravel donation from Chaney Enterprises and the labor from CMI Contractors.
We are grateful to partner with companies that value our mission and vision to helping elderly homeowners in Charles County to age gracefully in their homes.
Thank you again to Chaney Enterprises and CMI Contractors.
Below are a few pictures showing their hard work in completing the driveway repair for one of our resident’s home.
Rebuilding Together Charles County is able to help elderly and disabled homeowners with the help of and generosity from corporations and individuals. If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor or donating, please go here.