Rebuilding Together Clay County will provide home repairs and modifications for seniors, those with disabilities and low-income families on their annual Rebuilding Day on October 1st.
Close to 400 volunteers will participate on Rebuilding Day to improve the homes and lives of 23 families in Clay County.
Volunteer crews from local churches, businesses, civic organizations and schools are partnering together to help vulnerable homeowners by eliminating unsafe and deplorable conditions. There will be a wide variety of repairs completed on this day. The goal is to create a home that is more safe and livable while also keeping several families from homelessness.
Volunteers will come from all over the area and are provided by local churches, businesses, civic organizations and schools. Clay McQuerry, executive director of Rebuilding Together, said of the day, “We are thrilled to be able to help these deserving homeowners, and we are grateful for the hundreds of volunteers and donors who have made this possible.”
Rebuilding Together Clay County (RTCC) has completed essential home repairs and safety modifications in Clay County since 2001. Most of their work is completed by volunteers who offer their time and skills to improve the lives of low-income homeowners. RTCC has worked on over 550 homes since its inception. For more information, contact them at 816.781.8985, or go to their website at www.