Rebuilding Together Of the City of Angels (RTCOA), located in Los Angeles, California, is the recently established affiliate of Rebuilding Together Inc., headquartered in Washington DC.
Rebuilding Together Inc. is one of the nation's leading non-profit organizations working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities by providing critical home repairs at no cost. For more than 40 years, Rebuilding Together Inc. and its 120+ active affiliates nationwide have worked alongside their corporate and community partners to transform the lives of low-income, elderly, veterans, families with children and homeowners. Each Rebuilding Together affiliate serves as an independent, local 501C(3) non-profit organization with its own board of directors. This autonomy enables each affiliate to uniquely serve their communities' needs while maintaining and leveraging Rebuilding Together Inc. program-related tools, trainings, and best practices to ensure all work is performed and completed at the highest standards. Each year, the affiliates with its corporate and community partners and nearly 100,000 volunteers complete about 10,000 rebuild projects.
Rebuilding Together Of the City of Angels mission is to assist low-income seniors and disabled homeowners in rehabilitating or modifying their homes to improve the safety, accessibility, and mobility features. Thus, making it possible for household members, especially seniors, to live in their homes longer.
Rebuilding Together Of the City of Angels's mission encourages collaboration and partnerships with public, private, small and or minority owned business, and nonprofit organizations. Our shared impact and collaboration model enable us to focus on aging in place, making the home safer, and neighborhood preservation. Rebuilding Together Of the City of Angels' clients are low-moderate homeowners with limited reserves, who are:
- Households with a disabled immediate family member, including veteran or children
- Legally appointed guardian for a senior or disabled individual