Only 3 weeks till our first BRS/Be A Tool Build day in Golden, CO and we have almost 40 volunteers on board!
Thank you Neighborhood Rehab Project for organizing the event! Thank you volunteers for your interest and generous support!
Last week we had a chance to meet with the 5 home owners and learn more about their repair needs. The projects range from painting and yard work to a full deck replacement and a new roof. In only ONE DAY, we can help many live in a warmer, safer, dryer home.
This week we are very excited to reveal our official Build Day T-shirt design. Many thanks for those who participated in the t-shirt design competition – we had some creative ideas and it was tough to choose. Congratulations to Mackenzie Manson for the extremely creative and literal “Be A Tool” image. Next update will share more about the official build day work plan.
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Saturday May 14th, 2016, Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture will host their first volunteer build day with Neighborhood Rehab Project’s “Be A Tool” program.
Based in Golden, CO, Neighborhood Rehab Project partners with local organizations to host a volunteer build days called “Be A Tool”. This build day focuses on helping homeowners within communities address their warm, safe, dry household needs, through empowering volunteers and purchasing materials to meet those needs.
Neighborhood Rehab Project cultivates partnerships that unify and support sustainable change within community.
This happens through facilitation from their parent organization Community Faith in Action and a partnership with the city of Golden. It is their vision to empower volunteers and homeowners to work together for the betterment of our community. This happens through service, skill development, and a strong focus on relational development.
Here’s a link to their website http://www.neighborhoodrehabproject.org/
We are excited to have 30 volunteers on board and look forward to working with Neighborhood Rehab Project to support our local families in Golden, Colorado.
There is much planning yet to be done, stay tuned as we learn more about the families and scope of work.