mission is to preserve and revitalize houses and communities,
assuring that low-income homeowners, from the elderly and
families with children, live with warmth, safety and independence.
In partnership with communities, their goal is to make a sustainable
impact. They make this impact through providing necessary
repairs, free of charge, to existing homeowners. These necessary
repairs often include home modifications, roofing, plumbing,
and electrical repairs and/or improvements - their goal is
to provide a warm, safe and dry environment for low-income
homeowners, enabling them to live independently and with dignity.
In support of Rebuilding Togethers mission, COEFI provided
the necessary materials and equipment to Girl Scout Cadette
Troop 3520 which is led by Linda Kelly and Jillian Bates.
Michael Kehoe from Rebuilding Together supervised the activity
as the troop answered the call to help make minor repairs
to the home of an elderly Alexandria resident in need.
From left: Alexandra
Martinez, Ayana Best, Rebecca Woods-Conover, Natalie Brown,
Courtney Owens, Rebecca Stone and Nora Elnahs