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YOU SUPPORT THEM. WE SUPPORT YOU.

Rebuilding Together Montgomery County (RTMC) is a non-profit organization that works in partnership with community volunteers to provide free home repairs and accessibility modifications to help low-income homeowners remain safely and independently in their homes.

Additionally, we support between 2-7 nonprofits a year by providing critical facility repairs and free playhouses at no cost to the selected 501c3 organization(s) through our two programs: Facility Facelifts and Playhouses for Playgrounds.

Below are a few of the county’s nonprofits we’ve assisted in the last five years:
Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington
Housing Unlimited
Interfaith Works (Clothing Center and Women’s Shelter)
Jewish Foundation for Group Homes
Mental Health Association of Montgomery County
Montgomery Housing Partnership
NAMI
Shepherds Table
Stepping Stones (Women’s Shelter)

Playhouses for Playgrounds

Playhouses for Playgrounds

Every other year, we provide handicap accessible playhouses to qualifying and selected local nonprofits. These playhouses are acquired through RTMC’s signature fundraiser, Rebuilding Hope: The RTMC Playhouse Project, (which is held every even-numbered year in May) and then distributed to the selected nonprofits through the Playhouses for Playgrounds program. This program accepts applications from July-October of odd-numbered years.

How to qualify for Playhouses for Playgrounds:

  • Any applying organization must be a registered 501c3 organization in Montgomery County, MD.
  • The organization must primarily serve low-income clients and provide child care services on-site.
  • The organization must either own a property or have, at a minimum, a 3-year lease on the facility.

How to apply for Playhouses for Playgrounds:
Complete the Playhouses for Playgrounds program application, collect the required support documents, and submit by email, mail or fax to Rebuilding Together Montgomery County.

Facility Facelifts

Facility Facelifts

Throughout the year, RTMC is able to provide repairs to 2-5 nonprofits that support our community. We do this through the Facility Facelifts program, which operates year-round and is contingent upon both volunteer engagement and funding.

How to qualify for Facility Facelifts:

  • Any applying organization must be a registered 501c3 organization in Montgomery County, MD.
  • The organization must primarily serve low-income clients.
  • The organization must either own a property or have, at a minimum, a 3-year lease on the facility.

How to apply for Facility Facelifts:
Complete the 2015 FF Application 3.5.15, collect the required support documents, and submit by email, mail or fax to Rebuilding Together Montgomery County.