As part of the national Day of Giving, Rebuilding Together Solano County will be holding two volunteer events on Martin Luther King Day (January 19) and all IBEW members, friends and family are welcome to join the workdays.
Rebuilding Together provides health and safety repairs for low-income seniors, veterans and disabled homeowners as well as community facilities in Solano County. This is accomplished with volunteer labor, donated materials and in-kind services due to the partnership of local companies, concerned residents and service organizations. Thier goal is to provide a safe and healthy environment for low-income homeowners and community facilities.
MLK Day Volunteer Options:
Help rehabilitate a low-income elementary school in Suisun City. This school provides education to more than 630 students in grades pre-k to 5th grade including 3 special education classes (two of which focus on children with autism). The workday will take place on Monday, January 19 from 830am to 430pm at Crescent Elementary School, 1001 Anderson Drive in Suisun City. Click here to download the flyer.
Help rehabilitate the Salvation Army facility in Vallejo, California. The Salvation Army is a nonprofit organization that provides services to low-income residents including food, utility/emergency shelter, exercise activities and other much needed programs. The workday will take place of Monday, January 19 from 830am to 430pm at the Salvation Army, 630 Tuolumne Street in Vallejo. Click here to download the flyer.
To learn more and sign up, email Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re unable to join the workday, you can also support Rebuilding Together by providing a monetary contribution. To donate, click here.