We completed 90 sites - 80 homes and 10 nonprofit facilities
We had a total of 1004 volunteers who worked a total of 5,592 hours
Number of disabled served - 94
Average annual income - $22,026
Since our inception in 2003 we have completed 559 projects and served 1026 people.
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The 2012 Saratoga Showcase of Homes planning is now in full swing…
March 6, 2012; The 2012 Saratoga Showcase of Homes Committee is in full swing planning this year’s edition of the area’s premiere new home tour. Now celebrating its 17th year, this annual community event has contributed over $725,000 to our local charities. The 2012 Showcase of Homes will be over three spectacular weekends this fall on September 15-16, 22-23 & 29-30 featuring the regions finest, award-winning builders. Tickets are still only $20. There will also be our unique Chef’s “Saratoga Style” event on two Fridays during the showcase. Last year, 19 magnificent homes were featured in Saratoga County, and record numbers of people visited these properties. The list of homes entered this year is currently at 10 with more to follow in the next month. A new twist this year is having several newly constructed rental apartments and possibly several renovated/rehab homes on the tour. Stay tuned for more details.
With over 90 volunteers contributing more than 613 hours of labor, Rebuilding Together Saratoga completed the conversion of a seasonal porch into a permanent Day Room at the Guardian House-on time and within budget. The Guardian House in Ballston Spa is a transitional shelter for homeless women veterans. None of this would be possible without our community's participation in the Sears Operation Rebuild grant award contest on Facebook which took place in October. Because of your support, we received the first place award of $20,000 which enabled us to accomplish all that we dreamed of. We are proud to say our women veterans now have a space that is their own - warm, safe and dry and most importantly - serene and comforting. We thank all of our volunteers who worked so hard day in and day out. They were driven, focused and intent on giving back to the women veterans who served our country with honor. We also want to thank the following local businesses who provided the needed materials, goods and specialized services essential to the project:
Allerdice Building Supply
Ballston Carpet and Tile
Correct Energy Environments, Spray Foam Insulation