We are always looking for motivated volunteers who would like to contribute their
talents. If you would like to contribute yours, please email
so we can pair you with a qualified homeowner.
We invite you, your family and friends to consider joining Rebuilding Together Litchfield
County’s volunteer group.
Rebuilding Together does specialty work in the repair of homes, however, there is a great
need for people to volunteer their ‘willing hands’ as helpers, painters, materials pick-up,
photographers, lunch preparation and delivery (that includes cookies too).
Our skilled volunteers and technical support teams are invaluable – they are the leads on
the home repairs and are our ‘go-to’ experts.
We also have a need for Site Selection volunteers who have a knowledge of electrical, plumbing and general carpentry assessing to provide the ‘first look’ at the homes of our applicants.
Our ability to make repairs relies largely on available budget and volunteers; even if the repair concerns match up with our priorities, the number of repairs we can complete is based on our funding and the number of volunteers available. We strive to manage our resources wisely and to be good stewards of the donations, grants and awards entrusted to us, however, there are periods when demand for services far outdistance our capacity to serve. If that is the case, homeowners may be placed on a waiting list. Maybe your talents will match some of the needs of homeowners.
As a potential volunteer, we’d like you to be aware of what we repair. Generally, we
concentrate on repairs that make a home safe, warm, secure and weatherproof.
Our main priorities are:
Alleviating substandard conditions and safety hazards in a home.
Providing home modifications for better accessibility and independence of seniors &
people with disabilities.
Increasing energy efficiency and weatherization in a home.
We have the ability to do most any repair in a home.
*All volunteers sign a release of culpability and volunteers who are under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.