Monday, March 14, 2011

Rebuilding Day 2011 - Volunteers Wanted!!

UPDATE: For photos of the event visit this page!

Flier as sent out by Amanda Malone:

Rebuilding Day 2011—Saturday April 30, 8:00am to 5:00pm

On Rebuilding Day, hundreds of skilled and unskilled volunteers come together in two
neighborhoods to repair approximately 30 homes and work on community beautification
projects. This year we are working in Pigtown/ Washington Village in Baltimore City and St.
Helena in Baltimore County. We need volunteers to help us with our efforts. JOIN US!

How to Get Involved!

Volunteer for a Community Beautification Project
Work alongside other volunteers to make Pigtown/ Washington Village an even more beautiful
place to live! In each of our target communities, we work with community residents to identify
beautification needs in or around public spaces. Volunteers from the community work with
volunteers from corporations, churches, professional associations and schools to implement
the projects on Rebuilding Day. Community beautification projects can include restoring empty
lots, painting, trash-clean-up, landscaping and more.

Volunteer Your Skills and Expertise
Volunteer your skills and expertise to help homeowners in need by providing critical home
repairs! We are especially looking for plumbers, carpenters, and electricians for Rebuilding
Day 2011.

Make a Donation
Help support the costs of our Rebuilding Day projects and make it possible for us to serve
even MORE low-income homeowners! Donate new or gently used tools by calling us at 410-
889-2710. Through our Facebook Cause and website, donations can be made to support our
2011 Rebuilding Day projects. To visit and/or join our Facebook cause, please go to the
Causes application on Facebook and search for Rebuilding Together Baltimore. To make an
online donation through our website, visit and click the “Donate Now”
button. Donations can also be mailed to our office at the address below.

All volunteers must be 14 years of age or older and must pre-register for the event.

If you would like to register for the event or have any questions about how to get involved,
please contact Amanda Malone at 410-889-2710 or

Rebuilding Together Baltimore · 1014 W. 36th Street · Baltimore, MD 21211
p: 410-889-2710 f: 443-586-0785 ·

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