community revitalization partnership

 

What began as a simple act of 'neighbors helping neighbors' has expanded to holistic community revitalization.

 

Through our Community Revitalization Partnership (CRP) model, Rebuilding Together Montgomery County works to maximize our investment in the community by partnering with other local non-profits to repair community spaces such as shelters, permanent housing structures, and donation centers. By aligning our work with other non-profit service providers and revitalizing community spaces, we work to improve the health and safety conditions of the broader community.

 

How to Qualify for Services as a Non-profit Organization

1) An applying organization must be a registered 501(c)(3) organization in Montgomery County, MD
2) The organization must primarily serve low-income clients
3) The organization must either own a property or have, at minimum, a 3-year lease on the facility

 

● Print Community Revitalization Partnership Application 

 

 

For more information about applying as a non-profit organization, contact:

Karen Kozopas

AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator

(301) 947-9400 ext. 107

kkozopas@rebuildingtogethermc.org

 

Non-profit Organizations We Have Assisted in the Past

Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington
Every Mind (Mental Health Association of Montgomery County)
Housing Unlimited
Interfaith Works (Clothing Center and Women’s Shelter)
Jewish Foundation for Group Homes
Lead4Life
Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless
Montgomery Housing Partnership
NAMI
National Center for Children and Families
Rainbow Place
Shepherds Table
Spanish Speaking Community of Maryland, Inc.
Stepping Stones (Shelter)
Becky's House (Interfaith Works)
The Emanuel House (in partnership with Steve Hudson, the National Center for Children and Families, and Emory Grove United Methodist Church)