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Spring 2021: Safety is our biggest priority, so this spring partners, donors and volunteers can participate virtually for Adopt-A-Home! By sponsoring a home in need of repairs, you would be making a significant impact in a families life!

Winter 2020: Staying indoors and social distancing have proven to be the most effective way of maintaining our health through the ongoing pandemic. We ask all of our supporters to remain safe during these trying times.

Fall 2020: We hope you and your loved ones are staying safe as we continue to embrace change brought on by COVID-19. Amid all the challenges our communities are facing, we see hope in our future because of your generosity. We could all use a neighbor like you!

Summer 2020: In the age of social distancing, we are working with licensed contractors to provide emergency repairs for residents at high risk. Thanks for staying home, and for helping your neighbors stay safely at home, too.

Spring 2020: Grab your tools and tool belt! This National Rebuilding Day we expect to repair 50 homes and community spaces!

Winter 2019: We couldn’t let this promising but exciting year end without letting you know how much we treasure your commitment to helping our neighbors continue to live safely and independently in their homes.

Fall 2019: Time is running out to purchase your tickets for Raise a Roof, our annual fall fundraising reception and silent auction!

Summer 2019: National Rebuilding Day was a huge success! More than 700 volunteers worked on 41 homes throughout DC and Alexandria.

Spring 2019: National Rebuilding Day, 4/27/19, is just around the corner! Also, read about the repairs we completed for a local veteran and our work on the Dale Street Garden and Commonwealth Avenue Park.

Winter 2018: Thanks to our recent project day partners! This fall, 6 partners provided repairs & weatherization for low-income homeowners, a park, and an elementary school.

Fall 2018: Come Raise a Roof with us 9/27/18!

Summer 2018: Our volunteers made a difference this spring, more than 700 volunteers scattered throughout the City to help hundreds of residents!