Our Mission

Our mission is to improve the quality of life of homeowners in need by volunteers and communities REBUILDING TOGETHER homes and neighborhoods.

Bringing together volunteers and communities in need

Rebuilding Together is the nation’s largest volunteer home repair organization, with just under 200 affiliates. 


Who we serve

Rebuilding Together serves low income homeowners who are: over the age of 62, people living with disabilities, families with children under 18 or military veterans and their spouses.


How we help

Volunteer groups come from businesses, schools, churches, associations and more. Our work is made possible by corporate sponsors, individual donors, and in-kind contributors who provide financial support for our programs.


Our History

What began more than 30 years ago in Midland, Texas as "Christmas in April", to address minor home repair needs of single women has grown to facilitate major and minor home repairs to thousands of low-income homeowners year-round.

Rebuilding Together is a non-profit organization that has worked for over 30 years to provide repairs and handicap accessibility to homes owned by low-income, elderly, military veterans, disabled, and families with small children.

Executive Director - Steve Godby

Executive Director - Steve Godby

President - Ron Lightsey

President - Ron Lightsey

Vice President - James Merrell

Vice President - James Merrell

Member - Paul Bedard

Member - Paul Bedard

Treasurer - Janis Godby

Treasurer - Janis Godby

Member - Sheree Boegner

Member - Sheree Boegner

Member - Margie Lightsey

Member - Margie Lightsey