2017 in Review
OUR 2017 JOURNEY
Repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.
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NEW YORK CITY
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VOLUNTEER WITH US
12 OUR BOARD AND STAFF
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PARTNER WITH US
WHO WE ARE
providing aid to local communities and work in coordination with government and other nonprofit agencies. Rebuilding Together remains committed to repairing homes, revitalizing communities and rebuilding lives. We’ve had an overwhelming response to the community-wide approach to our mission and vision. Between 2016 and 2017, the number of communities targeted by affiliates for long-term investment nearly tripled. It’s an exciting time for our organization! We are growing our efforts, home by home, street by street, block by block. Solving the challenges our neighbors in need
Dear friends and supporters,
and community leaders face is a collaborative and community centers across the country.
as the devastating wildfires in California. Working
effort. As we grow our impact in communities
Together, we have impacted the lives of 6 million
closely with our affiliates in affected areas, we
nationwide, we are thankful for your support. It is
individuals. As we approach our 30th anniversary,
established programs and set goals to repair
critical. We can’t drive impact without you.
we could not be prouder of the work Rebuilding
homes, rebuild communities and ensure our
Together has accomplished for our neighbors in
displaced neighbors’ safe return home.
Long-term disaster recovery takes years but
In 2017, with the support of our volunteers,
This year, natural disasters devastated
Rebuilding Together will be working in affected
we completed nearly 10,000 rebuild projects.
communities around our country. Our expertise
areas for the foreseeable future. Many of our
Our impact is increasing every day. Since
in owner-occupied home rehabilitation was a
neighbors in need are still living in damaged
1988, Rebuilding Together has worked with 4
critical resource for recovering communities
homes and lack the resources to rebuild. We will
million volunteers to repair over 200,000 homes
impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, as well
continue to address their needs by focusing on
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Caroline Blakely President and CEO
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Aimee Ford VOLUNTEER If inspirational quotes and motivational speakers are to be believed, one person can change the world. The truth is, people who are trying to change the world are more likely to be remarkably successful when they have the help of others. Aimee Ford is filled with ambition. She was searching for somewhere in her Illinois community to volunteer the leadership skills she’d learned as an adult MBA student at Benedictine University. She wanted to take on a significant community service project, and not just because a scholarship required it, but also for personal reasons. A few years earlier, Aimee had been diagnosed with lupus, a disease that causes a person’s immune system to attack their body’s tissues and organs. “My horrific medical journey
“From my leadership training and years of business experience, I knew a partner could help me overcome hurdles during the project. I talked to many organizations about partnering with me. Most thought I was crazy. I was willing to take a leap of faith, but they weren’t confident they would get results from just one person.” When Aimee reached out to Rebuilding Together Aurora, her timing
“I became more motivated than ever to give back to my university and community. Life is short, and you’ve got to jump in with both feet.”
could not have been better. Rebuilding Together Aurora had been on the hunt for a community project in East Aurora School District 131, and thought they’d found one at John Gates Elementary School. The school is a hub for students with disabilities, with five classes dedicated to their achievement. Most families are low-income and the district itself is acutely underfunded. There’s no money for school buses. The district’s teachers are some of the lowest paid in Illinois. One hundred percent of students receive free breakfast and lunch. School facilities are overcrowded and old. Heather Binder, executive director of Rebuilding Together Aurora, described the first meeting with John Gates Elementary School. “They needed a lot of help. Yet when we sat down with school leaders, instead of a wish list of repairs, they talked about what people in their community needed the school to be. It became clear that the school is an essential community resource.”
made me redefine my priorities,” Aimee said. “I became more motivated than ever to give back to my university and
Rebuilding Together Aurora knew it should do something more
community. Life is short, and you’ve got to jump in with both
meaningful than painting a few classrooms, and saw an obvious
candidate in the school’s playground. Calling it a playground was
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overgenerous. Little more than a square of worn-out pavement with a few battered pieces of equipment, it wasn’t much fun for any of the students. And because the playground wasn’t designed for children with learning or physical disabilities, it unfairly isolated them from learning from play and making friends. Although Aimee was game to partner on the playground project, Heather confessed that Rebuilding Together Aurora had doubts. “We’d never rebuilt a playground. We’d never let a volunteer lead a project. We had a tiny staff. But a better playground was what the school and the community needed most, so we decided to let Aimee run with it. She exceeded all of our expectations.”
“With the help of Rebuilding Together Aurora, Aimee ultimately led a 10 month effort that raised more than $20,000...”
Initially, Aimee planned to raise $2,000 to buy and install two pieces of playground equipment, and finish in eight weeks. The more Aimee got to know the children and families who depended on the school, the more she knew she had to go beyond a fixerupper project. With the help of Rebuilding Together Aurora, Aimee ultimately led a 10 month effort that raised more than $20,000, and negotiated donations of and discounts worth tens of thousands more. It became the largest community project by a Benedictine University scholarship student.
“At Rebuilding Together Aurora, we work to revitalize communities. Yet, thanks to this volunteer-led project— and thanks to Aimee—we revitalized our organization. We’ve forged new relationships and learned so much about the greater needs of our community. It made us rethink what it means to be a community development organization.”
Today, Aurora’s East Side has been given more than a new school
The project has also had a transformative effect on
playground for students of all ages and abilities. The community
Aimee. “Even though the project is over, people in the
now has a safe and inclusive place that every child and family can
community continue to get in touch with me about how
enjoy. After school and on weekends, the playground is more like
they want to help make the playground more acces-
a community park, filled with families having fun.
sible and more fun. I hear from people who tell me that I’ve inspired them to lead. The ripple effect is neverend-
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ing. It just keeps going and going.”
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With that resolve, Shawn visited the offices of
entry programs because its participants
What the program participants do in the field
New York City
Workforce1, a service that connects New Yorkers
spend three weeks in the field working on real
depends on the community projects Rebuilding
with training and career opportunities. There,
Together New York City is working on. During
on his own.
A career is more than a job. It’s a path toward more financial
“I used to work odd jobs in construction, but they
security, new experiences, and opportunities to grow as a person
weren’t stable jobs. But even if a job wasn’t paying
and professional. Life is good if you can get on the right career
me much, I enjoyed it and always did 100 percent.
path. It’s a lot tougher when you can’t.
When Rebuilding Together New York City accepted
Shawn heard about Rebuilding Together New York City’s Workforce Training Program and how it could give him a chance to break into the construction field. It was a career path he’d always been interested in, but hadn’t been able to pursue
“Our program is a quadruple win,” explained Jessie Pierce, Workforce Training Program coordinator at Rebuilding Together New York City. “Over six weeks, we help people learn valuable trade skills and get on a career path. They help us complete critical repairs of homes and buildings.
became a father earlier than he’d intended. Nineteen years later,
Construction is booming in New York City. Union
his son—who is also his best friend—moved out of state. Shawn’s
construction careers provide fair pay and benefits,
own father, who wasn’t around when he was growing up, had
steady work, and dependable raises. People wait
recently died along with both of Shawn’s grandfathers. Shawn
in line for days to attend recruitment events for the
had also lost a job he’d held for 8 years, and was struggling to get
apprenticeship positions that are the first step on
by with two low-paying part-time jobs.
a long-term career path in construction. Because
After spending many years without a clear direction, Shawn has transformed his life with the support of Rebuilding Together New York City.
New York State has approved Rebuilding Together
Those repair projects transform the lives of people
Shawn Reid was on the wrong path. As a kid in New York City’s Coney Island, he’d been in and out of trouble. At the age of 20, he
It all made Shawn feel like giving up. ”I was going through down times,” he said. “I wanted to be in a better position to do more for myself and my family. I decided I needed to stand tall and make certain changes in my life to get to where I wanted to be.”
me into the program I was super excited because I knew I could make a career in construction.”
New York City as what’s called a direct entry provider, its program graduates get special access to these coveted apprenticeship programs. Rebuilding Together New York City’s Workforce
in New York City neighborhoods. And, people who graduated from the program have later come back to volunteer in the community through Rebuilding
Shawn’s training, it included the repair and demolition of homes that had been flooded or abandoned as a result of Hurricane Sandy. Shawn and the other participants learned to properly remove materials still in salvageable condition. They got hands-on experience with safety practices, landscaping, insulation, drywall, taping, mudding, and recognizing structural damage. With the skills he learned, Rebuilding Together New York City was able to place Shawn with Laborers’ Local 731, the excavators union. “Excavation is physically demanding, hazardous, skilled work—and Shawn excels at it,” Jessie said. “His apprenticeship director has asked me to send over more people like Shawn.” “Today, my friends and family are proud of me,” Shawn said. “And my son is proud of me. He’s seeing I made certain changes in my life. Because I’ve got a career and I’m trying to better myself, my son also refocused hisself. He sees in me that there’s a better way of life if you go down the right path.”
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Who Are We? Rebuilding Together remains the only national nonprofit solely dedicated to safeguarding affordable homeownership and the unique culture of our neighborhoords and communities through safety and health-focused home rehabilitation. We deliver practical solutions that allow homeowners and their families to be safer, healthier and more independent in their homes. Our affiliates in 39 states and the District of Columbia work directly with our neighbors to help preserve affordable homeownership and stabilize neighborhoods, empowering families to remain in their homes and communities.
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Partner With Us COMMUNITY IMPACT Work with Rebuilding Together to build collaborative partnerships that will help improve the lives of the 2.6 million homeowners across the country who live in deteriorating, physically inadequate homes that threaten their health and safety.
Build meaningful and lasting relationships with our network of corporate, government and community partners that are working to provide educational resources and trainings to our neighbors in need.
THE NEED FOR OUR SERVICES IS GROWING RAPIDLY.
associations and community advocacy groups, we can
More than 2.6 million homeowners live in deteriorating,
become a stronger community revitalization partner and
physically inadequate homes that threaten their health
increase the impact of our work. By working with volunteers
and safety. An aging population, veterans with disabilities
and by investing in communities, we improve the lives of
returning home and a lack of equity in underserved
our neighbors in need by increasing the safety and health of
communities are creating a housing atmosphere where our
their homes, building economic development opportunities
services are greatly needed.
and revitalizing our communities.
Our work preserves critical affordable housing
Rebuilding Together relies upon the generosity of donors
opportunities, stabilizes and revitalizes neighborhoods.
to carry out our work, and we canâ€™t do it without you. By
By collaborating with other mission-driven nonprofits,
joining our work, you can become an investment partner in
local and federal government agencies, skilled trades
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EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT From hands-on rebuilding projects, to employee-driven fundraising campaigns, partnering with Rebuilding Together offers dynamic ways to engage your employees while assisting our neighbors in need and revitalizing our communities.
Become a partner and join us in our vision to create safe homes and communities for everyone.
With affiliates across the country, we give your employees the opportunity to become more involved and build stronger relationships within their community.
CONSUMER OUTREACH Increase your social impact and fulfill your corporate social responsibility. When working with Rebuilding Together, you can collaborate on the storytelling of the need for our work and the impact of our partnership and raise awareness about the importance of community revitalization. Engage with new consumer audiences through social media, attract consumers with in-store and online cause marketing campaigns and educate your customers on how they can get involved in their local communities and help their neighbors.
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2017 HIGHLIGHTS JANUARY
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. WEEK
Rebuilding Together’s AmeriCorps program dedicated the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service to rebuilding homes and revitalizing the community of Lafayette, LA. The event, hosted by Rebuilding Together Acadiana, brought together AmeriCorps members serving with Rebuilding Together affiliates nationwide, along with program alumni and affiliate leaders from 11 different states. These members and alumni repaired several flood-damaged homes and renovated a community facility.
FEBRUARY 22ND ANNUAL KICKOFF TO REBUILD
APRIL NATIONAL REBUILDING MONTH National Rebuilding Month is a call to service during the entire month of April each year, highlighting the critical need for home repairs to the existing housing stock. Nearly 40,000 volunteers served on close to 1,600 affiliate-led rebuild projects throughout the country during the month of April.
Rebuilding Together Houston hosted our annual Super Bowl-sanctioned Kickoff to Rebuild event in Houston, the host city of Super Bowl LI. Hundreds of volunteers from Lowe’s and other partners joined current and former NFL players to provide critical home repairs in the Independence Heights neighborhood. Volunteers created a community welcome center and green space, established a food pantry and repaired the homes of six neighbors in need.
Forty new AmeriCorps members, representing twenty-four affiliates, came to Raleigh, NC, to learn about Rebuilding Together, our work, and AmeriCorps. Throughout the week, the AmeriCorps members built a strong network of support that they would draw on throughout the rest of their term, sharing best practices and enthusiasm between affiliates. AmeriCorps members received a full day of healthy housing training that combined classroom-style instruction in construction principles with hands-on modules. Members practiced installing grab bars, wall anchors, flooring and more. Rebuilding Together of the Triangle hosted the AmeriCorps members for a two-day rebuilding project, putting the healthy housing principles they had just learned into action in two homes in Pittsboro.
SEPTEMBER BUILDING A HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOOD 2017 The 7th annual Building a Healthy Neighborhood event, sponsored by Lowe’s, was hosted by Rebuilding Together Baltimore and held in the Govans community along the York Road Corridor. Since 1989, Rebuilding Together Baltimore has been a staple in the community, serving 35 Baltimore neighborhoods and repairing over 1,400 homes. For this project, hundreds gathered to rebuild local homes and revitalize the Willow Avenue Park.
OCTOBER SPECTRUM HOUSING ASSIST
JUNE CMA WEEK HEROES AT HOME Rebuilding Together, Rebuilding Together Nashville and Sears served Army veteran Mr. Parham as part of the Heroes at Home program. Employees from local Sears and Kmart stores volunteered alongside country music artists to provide the Parhams with new fencing, a new screen door, raised garden beds, working A/C units, updated appliances, a tool shed and much more.
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Rebuilding Together and Spectrum provided critical repairs and renovations in Indianapolis, IN for Yvonne, a 72 year old woman with limited resources. Volunteers painted the exterior of the home to preserve the siding and made several security improvements, including removing old fencing, installing a security door and security lighting and building a more secure storage shed. In addition, over 160 Safe and Healthy Home Kits were distributed in Yvonne’s neighborhood.
NOVEMBER NATIONAL CONFERENCE During this annual gathering of Rebuilding Together affiliates nationwide, board members, staff and volunteers had the opportunity to share best practices and attended trainings around non-profit management, safe and healthy housing repairs and community revitalization partnerships.
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OFFICERS OF THE BOARD
Our Board and Staff as of December 31, 2017
President and CEO Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate LLC
Executive Director Rebuilding Together Baltimore
Principal The Insight Group Ltd.
Vice Chairman Meredith Corporation
MELL MEREDITH FRAZIER
Senior Vice President Strategy, Marketing & Administration Corporate Banking Northern Trust TREASURER
Executive Vice President Hancock Whitney Bank
Senior Vice President Fannie Mae
Partner Andrews Kurth
Executive Director Rebuilding Together Hartford
CEO and Publisher Inside Mortgage Finance
Founder and CEO Mission Control
IMMEDIATE PAST BOARD CHAIR
Realtor Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene
Partner Blank Rome LLP
Board Member Rebuilding Together Central Ohio
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Crocs, Inc.
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STAFF LAURA ALFONSO BARON Office Coordinator
Regional Director Eastern Region
CAROLINE BLAKELY President and CEO
KRIS CARROLL Comptroller
BECKY CARTER Regional Director Central Region
Relationship Manager Development
Vice President Business Strategy and Advocacy
Associate National Service Programs
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Regional Director Western Region
Program Associate Development
Senior Director Business Strategy
Manager Knowledge Management and Research
Senior Director Marketing and Communications
Senior Vice President Affiliate Services
SANDRA HENRIQUEZ Chief Operating Officer
CARLY JAMES Executive Assistant
Manager Project and Events Management
Manager Marketing and Communications
CHELSI MCDONALD Manager Individual Giving
Director Individual Philanthropy
Senior Director Project Management and Events
Senior Manager Knowledge Management and Research
Senior Director Corporate Engagement
Manager Affiliate Services
Senior Director National Service Programs
Relationship Manager Development
Senior Director Corporate Engagement
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Our Supporters Our partners and supporters are invested in the lives of homeowners in need and underserved communities that our network serves every day. We work together to build collaborative partnerships that help improve the lives of our neighbors across the country who live in deteriorating, physically inadequate homes that threaten their health and safety. We build meaningful relationships with our network of corporate partners, government officials, individual supporters and community partners. Thanks to the generosity of our partners and supporters, our network moves the needle on addressing the 2.6 million low-income homeowners living in unsafe and unhealthy homes across the country. Our efforts to rebuild lives and communities would not be possible without their continued support.
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$10,000 AND ABOVE John Brazzale Guy Cecala Sherry Chris Joy Cianci
Mell Frazier Jeff Frieden Bruce Goldman Mary Herche
JA Jones Real Estate Edward Peavy Sarah Rosendahl Barry Segal
Brad Segal Carrie Teffner Ann Woodroof Kathleen Wu
$5,000 - $9,999
Edward Gordon Sandra Henriquez Randolph Henry Christopher Johnson John Scott Johnson Thomas Johnson Steven Kornblau Leslie Mason Ryan Miller Shekar Narasimhan Thomas Oâ€™Donnell Paul S Pariser Kevin Rafferty Mark Solomon John Tus David Weinberg
Susan Whitaker Jarrett Woods
Heather Nesle Matt Pappajohn Jennifer Perkins Henry Polmer Marie Ridder Marci Russell Robinson Ken Scherer Randy Stapleton Brian Stoffers Jay Strickland John Taylor Vince Toye Jason Turner Joseph Wiedorfer
Joanna Segal Ronnie Simon Chan and Paul Tagliabue
$2,000 - $4,999 Jodie Liddy Mike Uttam
$1,000 - $1,999 Caroline Blakely Wayne Cauthen Brian Chapelle Ann Cochrane Margaret DeBell Melissa Gilmore 28 Rebuilding Together | 2017 in Review
$500 - $999 John Cibinic Stephanie DeLong Carol Eure Joseph Gabay Carol Giles Susan Hawfield Nancy Highbarger Jeffrey Kanne Jeanne Katz Vallie Kelly Joel Kleinman Roger De Moor
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2017 FINANCIALS STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES 1,704,277
Assets, Liabilities and Net Assets (as of December 31, 2017)
Deferred rent, net of current portion Deferred compensation obligation
ASSETS Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents $ 3,682,925 Accounts receivable 244,342 Pledges receivable, current portion 3,019,305 Note receivable 4,582 Prepaid expenses 209,124 Land held for sale TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 7,160,278 Property and equipment, net 974,941 Investments 2,682,398 Note receivable, less current portion 72,831 Pledges receiveable, less current portion -
TOTAL LIABILITIES Net Assets Unrestricted Undesignated Board-designated Reserves Quasi-endowment
Current Liabilities Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ Grants payable Deferred Revenue Deferred rent Deferred insurance liability
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(244,158) 354,443 370,895
Total unrestricted net assets Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
501,180 6,847,639 861,485 8,210,304
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES 422,182 406,655 300,000 238,526 336,914
Revenue, Support and Expenses (year ended December 31, 2017)
REVENUE AND SUPPORT Corporate contributions $ Donated goods and services Foundation contributions
Affiliate dues Government contracts Chapter insurance Individual contributions
910,360 505,149 419,264 336,339
Other income Investment income Chapter fees National conference
261,495 243,315 162,960 31,660
TOTAL REVENUE AND SUPPORT 17,262,862
Expenses Spent On Program Activities Total Expenses
EXPENSES Program services 12,767,964 Supporting services General and administrative 1,649,915 Fundraising 728,425
TOTAL EXPENSES 15,146,304 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS
Expenses Spent On Fundraising
NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR 6,093,746 NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR $ 8,210,304
Total Related Contributions
9,552,028 3,115,643 1,724,649
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Volunteer With Us From the beginning Rebuilding Together has been about hard-working people willing to help their neighbors. Our volunteers are the backbone of our everyday work. The investment of
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Recognizing John White
Remembering Patty Johnson
Following a 26 years tenure at Rebuilding Together, John J. White, Senior Vice President of Business Development retired from the organization. During his time at Rebuilding Together, John managed and implemented programs related to the Rebuilding Together affiliate network including executing and monitoring strategic plan initiatives, acting as a liaison with the National Affiliate Council, monitoring affiliate performance and overseeing the future growth of the affiliate network.
In 2017 Rebuilding Together lost a great leader and friend. As the founding President and CEO of Rebuilding Together, Patty Johnson impacted the lives of tens of thousands of low-income homeowners, allowing older adults to age in place, helping injured veterans and people with disabilities to live with dignity and giving young children around the country a safe place to live and learn.
John was responsible for new business and partnership development and was involved in the creation of a national advocacy and public policy program. He also oversaw the organizationâ€™s Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction, Safe and Healthy Homes and Veterans Housing practice areas.
Patty was a tireless advocate for people in need. She never lost sight of Rebuilding Togetherâ€™s mission and the critical impact our work had on people in need and the communities in which they live. Her energy and enthusiasm left an indelible impression in the hearts and minds of everyone she touched. Her legacy will endure for decades to come.
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