“This was a blessing from heaven, an experience I will never forget. God bless everyone of you.”
When a Nashville homeowner has nowhere else to turn for critical repairs, there’s Rebuilding Together Nashville.
If there’s no money to fix a leaky roof, replace broken appliances, create a hazard-free yard for the kids to play in, we can help.
Rebuilding Together Nashville restores, rebuilds and performs essential repairs at homes of low-income area residents — free of charge. To date, we’ve made meaningful improvements to more than 440 Nashville area homes as we work to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize at-risk neighborhoods. Why? Because safer, healthier residences bring families together, raise spirits, extend lives. They help houses stay homes.
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At a Glance
- Rebuilding Together Nashville, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, restores, rebuilds and provides critical repairs at homes of low-income residents — free of charge. For 20 years, RTN has served the Nashville community by helping to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize neighborhoods.
- The current waiting list of Nashville homeowners in need of RTN’s services are nearly 300 families
- The most common repairs performed by RTN are floor repairs, accessibility modifications for seniors, plumbing work, electrical work, and the addition or repair of exterior wheelchair ramps.
- The average annual household income of homeowners served by RTN is below $18,000; the average time they’ve lived in their homes is about 20 years.
- RTN has been active in North Nashville, Bordeaux, Antioch and East Nashville’s Cleveland Park, McFerrin Park, Inglewood and the Wedgewood-Houston area. The organization has also worked outside of Davidson County in Fairview, TN and in Clarksville, TN.
- To date, RTN has made meaningful improvements to more than 440 Nashville area homes; it currently works on about 30 homes each year.
- RTN’s most pressing need is programming support. More than 85% of each dollar donated goes directly to program services.
- RTN is one of 166 Rebuilding Together affiliates at work in towns and cities nationwide.