"Time and time again, I saw lives of homeowners and
volunteers greatly enriched by a single day of helping."
-- Steve Sousa, volunteer and past Board member
Submit Your Application
Rebuilding Together® Boston (RTB) serves economically disadvantaged homeowners and non-profit organizations in the City of Boston. Our renovation programs and services, provided at no cost to eligible recipients, enable these recipients to continue to live and work in our communities.
The locally-based process of qualification and selection requires completion of an application and a site inspection by RTB staff and construction experts. Eligible homeowners are low-income Boston residents including the elderly, disabled, veterans and others in need who are unable to make the needed repairs themselves. Non-profit organizations must own their facility and be unable to pay for the work required out of their yearly budget.
Applications must be filled out completely, and must be accompanied by all additional paperwork. But submitting an application does not guarantee that an individual or organization will be selected.
For individuals who own their home
For non-profits who own their facility/facilities
Please feel free to contact the RTB office if you have any questions.
Return the completed application with attachments to:
Rebuilding Together Boston
PO Box 301209
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
The information that you provide to RTB is confidential and will only be shared with the RTB staff and volunteers directly involved in the recipient selection process.
Note: Applications will not be considered without all of the required information.
Please Note: This is not a comprehensive list of non-profit organizations that help with home or facility repairs, but is a starting point for your information.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service
(no-fee assistance regarding financial matters)
Money Management International
Homeownership Preservation Foundation
for housing counseling and foreclosure help