When you can barely meet your own basic needs, home repair becomes your last priority.  Unfortunately, over time, your home could actually be unsafe or even dangerous to live in.  Let's make certain this doesn't happen on our watch!

Make a Difference

Rebuilding Together Portage provides assistance to people who own their own home but who, because of physical limitation or income, are not able to cover the costs of home repair.  Typically these individuals have a disability and/or are elderly, but low-income families and non-profit facilities such as schools, shelters and daycare centers are also included.

Every year, volunteers from the community come together to help individuals and families on our work day.  The entire operation depends on volunteers like you.  It takes a team of skilled and unskilled laborers willing to help others in our community.

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We will resume work on Rebuilding Together in September.  Watch for the Homowner Applications for our next National Rebuild Day scheduled in April 2015. They will be on this website around October. (Please click the link above for the application.) Mail the application to: Rebuilding Together Portage , P.O. BOX 2511 Portage, IN 46368. 

Applications will also available at the Portage and South Haven Public Libraries, Portage City Hall, Salon 360, Nativity of Our Savior, Our Lady of Sorrows, and the Portage Trustees Office

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Rebuild Day April 26, 2014 - See more pictures on Page 7 (pictures)

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