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2013 Stats (2014 in progress)

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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Rebuilding Together celebrates 10 years, makes presentation to Clifton Park town board


Published: Thursday, March 28, 2013

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CLIFTON PARK — A well-known, all-volunteer home repair organization in Saratoga County is celebrating its 10-year anniversary of helping county home owners with renovations. Director Michelle Larkin is proud of the accomplishments of her organization, Rebuilding Together Saratoga County. She wants more people to hear of the group's success and learn what it has to offer. Larkin's group of volunteers helps county residents who are elderly, disabled, veterans, or families in need, with home repairs at no cost. The labor is done by volunteers and the organization funds the materials. The only requirements are that the recipients be homeowners living in Saratoga County and fit within the group's financial need category.



Celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr. through community service

Monday, January 21, 2013

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — There are as many ways to honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as there are lives he touched. In Saratoga County, the MLK Jr. Day Planning Committee has moved from a program commemorating his legacy to a project that puts his beliefs into action. "We had more volunteers than projects this year," Saratoga County Supervisor Joanne Yepsen said. "It's a wonderful symbol of community; it shows that volunteerism is the fabric of our community." Monday's event, "Empowering Our Spirits to Build Community," was one local part of the National Day of Service, which President Barack Obama started for Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2009. As the presidential inauguration broadcast on televisions across the city, the celebration's committee and its supporters also were hard at work for the future.


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Dear Michelle:


Somehow saying thank you just doesn't seem to be enough. Thank you so much for a great project day yesterday.  Our conference room is so clean and professional looking. That room hadn't been touched since we moved in several years ago and with budget constraints, it probably would have been several more years before we could even think about it.

Our kitchen is as clean as a whistle and that too hadn't been touched since we moved in. What an amazing crew of people who volunteered their time and talents yesterday. I really am overwhelmed with such generosity. In the world of a non-profit budget, cleaning, painting, furniture and nice things aren't included as all of our resources go to the children and families we serve and fulfilling our mission. Please extend my heartfelt thanks to Rebuilding Together and to each and every one who gave of their time yesterday.  We are truly grateful.



Deb Tomaso

Executive Director

Saratoga Center for the Family


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2012 Annual Video with Homeowner's Testamonial


Please enjoy our 2012 Annual Video that highlights the year and records some our homeowner's thoughts. We thank Kim Smithgall, Tom Robinson and Bonnie Minick for their continued support in producing these videos year after year. We appreciate their outstanding talents and skills!


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