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Rebuild Together St. Louis Provide Free Home Repair

… June 8, 2012

(KPLR) – Rebuilding Together St. Louis is a nonprofit that provides free home repair to elderly and low income homeowners in need.  The last rebuild day they repaired 52 homes, with 1,600 volunteers.  On June 16th they will be hosting an event called rock the forest.  The event will feature a silent auction that will include at $5000 new kitchen starter package.

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Cricket and Rebuilding Together Rehab Good Shepherd Home for Expectant Teens

stltoday.com… October 2, 2011

On Sunday, October 2nd, a team of more than 60 volunteers from Cricket Wireless, Rebuilding Together St. Louis, and the Good Shepherd Children and Family Services will take up hammers, nails and paint brushes to give a face lift to Good Shepherd’s home for expectant teens.

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Hundreds Of Volunteers Help Rebuild North St. Louis

KTVI-FOX2now.com… July 16, 2011

Taking a neighborhood back from criminals by cleaning it up. St. Louis’s 21st ward, on the city’s northside is proof the concept works.

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The Electrical Worker – Rebuilding Together-St. Louis

The Electrical Worker online… June 30, 2011

Thanks to the nearly 100 IBEW Local 1 members who donated a Saturday in April for the annual Rebuilding Together St. Louis Campaign. Members volunteered to help those in need with residential electrical issues.

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Rebuilding St. Louis Block by Block

The Northsider… May 9, 2011

On Saturday, April 23, a tsunami of good will swept through the 4100-4300 blocks of Lee Avenue in the 21st Ward. More than 200 volunteers from Rebuilding Together-St. Louis, The Acts Partnership, and the Boeing Company joined forces with Alderman Antonio French for the innovative “Block-by-Block” neighborhood rebuilding program.

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Mission to Rebuild

Boeing… November 22, 2010

Boeing employees usually work alongside their military customers on defense projects. But on a recent crisp, fall morning, Boeing and the U.S. Air Force teamed up on a different kind of mission: repairing a house in a low-income St. Louis community.

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