Home safety is our chief concern. Download the brochure.
Rebuilding Together started with neighbors helping neighbors.
Wells Fargo Presents Check to Rebuilding Together Frederick.
We work to revitalize communities.
Nearly 100,000 volunteers complete about 10,000 nationwide projects each year.
Our sponsors and partners provide hand-on volunteering and donations.
No one organization can do it alone.
Rebuilding Together Frederick County is an affiliate of the National Rebuilding Together organization headquartered in Washington, DC. We share a vision of safe homes for everyone. Watch the video below to learn more about what we do.
Become a [Re]Builder
We need your help. We always have houses in our community in need of critical home repairs. We have 3 ways that you can get involved.
1. You can join a team to work on a house and become a [Re]Builder.
We especially need skilled trade volunteers, but if you can pick up a hammer or a roll of paper towels we can still use your help on our [Re]Building projects.
Skilled Trades Volunteers
We rely on skilled trade professional volunteers to serve as leaders in our rebuilding efforts, providing materials and technical know-how with everything from roofing to plumbing, assessment to planning. We leverage your expertise, connect you with our corporate partners, and highlight the impact you make through repairing homes and training low-income homeowners to keep their homes safe and healthy.
Board meetings are held the second Monday of every month.
House Captain Meetings
Next Meeting: Postponed until we determine how to resume our rebuilding activities.
Evangelical Lutheran Church
31 E Church St, Frederick, MD 21701
The meeting will be held in the Chapel of the Schaeffer Center on the church campus. The physical address for this building is 26 E 2nd St, Frederick.
News & Events
Rebuilding Projects Postponed
As an organization, Rebuilding Together Frederick County is committed to the safety and health of our communities. With the spread of COVID-19 across the country and here in Maryland, we have reviewed our plans for our April National Rebuilding Month.
The goal of our organization is to help a population of individuals in need to stay in their homes by making as many physical updates to their homes as we possibly can. This population is the very population most at risk of contracting COVID-19 and of experiencing the most severe outcomes from the disease. As individuals, and as an organization, we need to do everything we can to minimize contact with potential carriers of this virus for the population we serve.
Because of this, on March 13 the board decided to postpone all rebuilding activities to protect the health of our volunteers and our homeowners. We have already informed our homeowners and our volunteers of this decision. We must all work together to ensure the safety of our neighbors in need, our volunteers, and the contractors we work with.
Rescheduling rebuilding projects is a daunting task but given the unknowns of the virus, prudence lends us to postponement. Once it is safe to do so, we will determine how best to resume our rebuilding activities.
Information About COVID-19
Currently, the State of Maryland is continuing to operate under a state of emergency. The list of ongoing state actions is available at governor.maryland.gov/coronavirus. Subsequent to the state’s declaration of emergency, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak to be a global pandemic and the United States has now declared this to be a national emergency.
According to Punxsutawney Phil, this year spring is coming early. And with that in mind, we have started gearing up for National Rebuilding month (April 2020). We have a need for house captains, skilled labor and other volunteers to assist us in helping to provide safe homes and communities for everyone. Please contact us if you would like to volunteer!