Sponsors Are the Muscle in 
Rebuilding Together

Your business or organization can sponsor a house.

Rebuilding Together always has more homeowners that need help than we can work with each year. 

That's why, in addition to the generous sponsors listed below, please consider sponsoring a house.

 

What is a sponsor?

A sponsor is a business or an organization which provides a team of volunteers and usually makes

a donation to Rebuilding Together Litchfield County to assist with the cost of materials for a specific

home.

 

Team sizes and donations vary widely depending upon the ability of the sponsor.  Some teams are

better at pulling together volunteers.  Others are better at providing funding. In each case, sponsors will be assigned an appropriate home which matches their ability to participate. Typically a sponsor will provide between 7 and 40 volunteers and make a donation to Rebuilding Together Litchfield County of between $1,500 and $5,000 depending on the scope of the project they will undertake.

 

Rebuilding Together will provide a house captain if needed who will assist the team with every step of the project.  Rebuilding Together will also provide skilled carpenters, electricians, plumbers, etc. as needed.

 

Every business or organization, no matter what the size or scope of participation is welcome.  Working on a house with Rebuilding Together is a wonderful opportunity to network, earn media attention, build teams, improve neighborhoods and give back to the community.

 

Thank you to our Funding Partners, Donors, Discounters, and Mentors: Connecticut Community Foundation;& #GiveLocal, Lena Benas Fund; Marion Isabell Coe Fund; USDA-RD 533 Housing Preservation Award; Webster Bank;  Wells Fargo Foundation; Reid Technical Support; Pitney Bowes; Connecticut Business Services; Diana Reid; Tegan Baker; F W Webb; DANKO; Lowe’s Stores; H H Taylor; Patterson Plumbing Supply; Bogues Construction LLC;  New Castle Homes; Mike Gawel & Sons Construction, LLC; Rebuilding Together, Inc (pass through awards- Sears ‘Hero’s at Home’ & Lowe’s Education Foundation); Dunn HVAC; Northfield;  New Milford Senior Center; Chatfield Portables; American Red Cross; and our volunteers, without whom we would not be.