The Times-Picayune reports on Rebuilding Together’s October Build.
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The Community Build Initiative brings out 700 local volunteers over two October weekends to help bring our neighbors back to New Orleans.
Popular Mechanics lavished praise on Rebuilding Together in its September issue.
Aaron Tester and Raymond Boutin rode their bikes across the country to benefit Rebuilding Together.
Salvaged architectural elements are now for sale at the PRC’s warehouse, 2801 Marais St.
New Orleans’ historic architecture is one of the top 25 reasons to love the city.
Volunteers to Repair Homes of Elderly and Disabled Residents to Promote a Safe, Sustainable Community in Hollygrove
In State of Emergency, Mayor Ray Nagin Rescinds Demolition Protections for National Register Districts
Despite community opposition, historic properties could become parking lots.
The Stained Glass Association of America presents its President’s Award to PRC’s longest-standing committee.
In sweltering heat, the Saints teamed up with RT to help bring New Orleanians home.
Launched July 1st, the PRC’s new ‘Adopt a House’ program is targeting 23 properties in an effort to couple private investment with non-profit expertise.
Aniece Gibbs is back home in Hollygrove, thanks to Rebuilding Together, the Seattle Seahawks, and the Ron and Don Radio Show.