Gina Benitez COCONUT GROVE, FLA. (WSVN) - - More than 100 volunteers gathered in the historic West Coconut Grove area to make critical repairs to homes, Saturday morning. The project was made possible through the efforts of Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade, as well as a donation of over $200,000 from The Home Depot Foundation. City of
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Written by Miami Today on June 1, 2018 More than 150 volunteers are expected to gather Saturday (6/2) to make repairs to the homes of low-income homeowners in West Coconut Grove to bring immediate, large-scale impact to this historic community in a single day. Joining the volunteers will be Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and District Two Commissioner
Commissioner Levine Cava partners with Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade to provide critical home repairs and neighborhood revitalization in South Dadeadmin 2018-05-04T23:00:35+00:00
By: Miami-Dade County News Releases |May 1, 2018 (Photos by Ryan Holloway / Miami-Dade County) County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava partnered with Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade to sponsor National Rebuilding Day 2018 in South Dade on Saturday, April 28. Nearly 200 volunteers answered the call to service and joined forces to make critical repairs to 17 homes of
Marc Sarnoff says that more than 322 homes in west Coconut Grove were built or renovated when he was a city of Miami commissioner. Miami Herald January 18, 2018 07:51 PM Updated January 18, 2018 09:02 PM People must pay far too much for rent or a mortgage in Miami, forcing residents to spend a disproportionate
7 News WSVN MIAMI (WSVN) - A World War II veteran received home improvement help for the holidays. The Home Depot Foundation partnered with Rebuilding Together Miami-Dade to renovate veteran Charles Frederick Adderley’s Miami house, Thursday. Nearly 40 volunteers spent the day making repairs and decorating his home with plenty of Christmas cheer. Adderley said
Mártir Cruz, left, and Cetadis Charles, right, complete the final phase of a house that Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami is building for low-income homeowners, in Miami on Wednesday Oct. 25, 2017. Alexia Fodere For the Miami Herald BY JULIE LANDRY LAVIOLETTE Special to the Miami Herald November 13, 2017 07:19 AM Updated November 13, 2017
http://cbsloc.al/2zAt1K2 Follow CBSMIAMI.COM: Facebook | Twitter MIAMI (CBSMiami) — This Veterans Day a number of organizations are teaming up to help veterans in need. On Friday, in South Miami, Miami Heat greats Alonzo Mourning and Glen Rice paid a visit to Archie Coates, a 32-year disabled Army veteran. “We are very grateful and thankful and this is our way of showing
7 News WSVN HOMESTEAD, FLA. (WSVN) - A national nonprofit and a well-known home improvement retailer joined forces to clean up a South Florida city after Hurricane Irma. Volunteers from Rebuilding Together and Home Depot associates teamed up to pick up debris and clear downed trees, Saturday. More than 70 people showed up to help
https://wsvn.com/news/local/community-helps-restore-home-of-world-war-ii-veteran/ Jeff Lennox MIAMI (WSVN) - A World War II veteran received a helping hand from several South Florida organizations that renovated his home. Veteran Charles Adderly’s home is as old as the 93-year-old veteran himself. “Born and raised in Miami. This is my home,” he said. Adderly enlisted himself in the army in
'Rebuilding Together' is Making a Difference It all started after Hurricane Andrew wreaked havoc on South Florida in August of 1992. Out of the piles of debris arose a branch of a National Organization called "Christmas in April." They rolled up their sleeves and began repairing homes that were in