There’s no shortage of people in our community who are in need of help with maintaining their homes. Aging, disabled, single-parent and low-income homeowners often need help with routine repairs and maintenance to keep their homes in good condition, but simply cannot perform the work themselves or afford to hire a contractor to compete the work.
Conversely, experience shows that there’s also no shortage of people who would willingly help if they just knew how. What’s often missing is the connection between the two. Our project-based website fills the gap by connecting people in need with volunteers and resources.
We serve homeowners with a genuine need for help, who are unable to perform or pay for the repairs themselves, and who are willing to receive assistance from community volunteers.
Typical projects include exterior painting and repairs to roofs, flooring, plumbing, electrical, doors, windows, porches, steps and railings, gutters, siding and more.
Assisting homeowners with simple repair projects has many benefits to the community, including:
People come to us with needs and we connect them with volunteers and resources to meet the need, preferably at no cost or very low cost to the homeowner.