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Press Release: Rebuilding Together Introduces New Non-Profit Repair Program

RTDC is Accepting Applications for the Program Year-Round

Poughkeepsie, NY – Rebuilding Together Dutchess County (RTDC), a non-profit housing organization serving Dutchess County for over 23 years, announced that they are now accepting applications for the Non-Profit Repair Program (NPRP). The new program will give local non-profit community organizations the opportunity to apply for repair services and accessibility modifications through Rebuilding Together. Organizations that focus on advocacy and community building are encouraged to apply.

The Non-profit Repair Program aims to cultivate the spirit of volunteerism and community support; the program is dedicated not only to the improvement of individual lives, but also to the improvement of quality of life for all in Dutchess County.

To learn more about the NPRP or to download an application, click here or call 845-454-7310.

Vote for RTDC in the Mid Hudson Heroes Contest!

Do you think Rebuilding Together Dutchess County makes the Mid- Hudson Valley a better place? We have been nominated for a chance to win a grant through the "Mid-Hudson Heroes" charitable giving contest, sponsored by Ulster Savings Bank.

Voting is easy! All you need to do is go to www.MidHudsonHeroes.com, find RTDC on page 5 and vote once every 24 hours thru March 6th. The nonprofit with the most votes wins!

Press Release: RTDC Congratulates New Program Manager

Poughkeepsie, NY – 2/4/2015 Rebuilding Together Dutchess County (RTDC) is proud to announce the promotion of Wyeth Drummond to the position of Program Manager. Wyeth has been with the local non-profit organization since 2011. He is a lifelong resident of Dutchess County with over 20 years of non-profit work experience in the mid-Hudson Valley.

In this position, Wyeth will be in charge of developing and executing all Rebuilding Together Dutchess County programs (including Rebuilding Days, The Year-Round Program, and special projects) by managing all aspects of client communication and service, construction, volunteer placement, and vendor relationships.

“Wyeth has been a key part of RTDC’s growth and success in recent years, and we are thrilled to promote him to this position,” said Christina Boryk, Executive Director.

Press Release: RTDC Announces Hearts Rebuilding Homes Fundraiser

Poughkeepsie, NY - It takes hands to build a house but only hearts can build a home. Local non-profit Rebuilding Together Dutchess County (RTDC), known for engaging community-minded volunteers to provide critical home repairs for neighbors in need, announced their First Annual Hearts Rebuilding Homes Fundraiser in the spirit of the upcoming Valentine’s Day.

On behalf of each individual that makes a donation to RTDC from 2/1 through 2/14, Rebuilding Together Dutchess County will mail a personalized Valentine’s Day card(s) to the donor’s specified friend, family, or neighbor indicating a donation was made in their honor.

All proceeds from the campaign will support RTDC’s home repair programs, which for 23 years have provided cost-free home repairs and accessibility modifications to hundreds of low-income homeowners throughout Dutchess County.

Share your heart with your loved ones by helping rebuild homes for your Dutchess County neighbors this Valentine’s Day! Give the gift of a safe, warm home by making a donation in honor of your special someone to Rebuilding Together Dutchess County.

To learn more about the Hearts Rebuilding Homes Fundraiser or to send a Valentine click here.

Press Release: RTDC Awarded $4,500 in Grants

Poughkeepsie, NY – Rebuilding Together Dutchess County has received $4,500 in grants from the Community Foundation of Dutchess County and the Senator Stephen M. Saland Legacy Fund of the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley to support their home repair programs, which for 23 years, have provided cost-free home repairs to hundreds of low-income homeowners throughout Dutchess County.

Similar to Rebuilding Together’s mission to provide safe and healthy housing, The Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley strives to make lasting change in their community and to make the lives of neighbors and friends healthier, happier, and more meaningful.

"These grants will go a long way in supporting Rebuilding Together of Dutchess County's mission of building stronger, more resilient communities here in Dutchess County," said Executive Director, Christina Boryk. “This will strengthen our existing programs, helping us to grow and serve more of our neighbors in need.”