Become a Rebuilder Today!
[Slide 1] Rebuilding Together DC Alexandria’s logo of two people working on a house fades in with CFC number 72369 below it.
[Slide 2] Text reads ‘what does home mean to you?’
[Slide 3] An older man stands with his arms around two volunteers. The caption reads ‘connection.’
[Slide 4] An older man sits in front of a wall with maps and pictures in his home. The caption reads ‘safety.’
[Slide 5] An older woman has her hand on a newly built fence in her yard. The caption reads ‘love.’
[Slide 6] Text reads ‘but when disaster strikes, home can mean’
[Slide 7] A rotting roof with its shingles removed below a window. The caption reads ‘uncertainty.’
[Slide 8] A broken fence falling down on top of two garbage cans. The caption reads ‘stress.’
[Slide 9] A cluttered kitchen in a condo. The caption reads ‘isolation.’
[Slide 10] Three men with hard hats and safety vests are tearing up rotten floor boards to a front porch. The caption reads ‘we provide free home repairs for neighbors in need.’
[Slide 11] A volunteer strikes a metallic door frame with a hammer. The caption reads ‘helping DC and Alexandria residents stay in their homes.’
[Slide 12] A volunteer takes an impact driver to the tile in a shower. The caption reads ‘eliminating health and safety hazards.’
[Slide 13] Two volunteers carry an old storm door down exterior stairs in front of a house. The caption reads ‘repairing homes.’
[Slide 14] Two volunteers painting a mural of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s memorial statue on a community center wall. The caption reads ‘revitalizing communities.’
[Slide 15] A volunteer holds a tape measure while sitting next to a homeowner who is laughing. The caption reads ‘rebuilding lives.’
[Slide 16] Text reads ‘invest in the future of our neighborhoods.’
[Slide 17] Text reads ‘become a Rebuilder through the Combined Federal Campaign today!’
[Slide 18] Rebuilding Together DC Alexandria’s logo of two people working on a house fades in with CFC number 72369 below it.