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Be a [Re]Builder

The milestones we have accomplished would not be possible without help from hard-working, compassionate people who want to make a difference in our community. Volunteers are the cornerstone of our work and their investment of time and resources make a significant difference. It is our goal to empower volunteers with gratifying service opportunities that leave a long-lasting impact on the lives of homeowners in need.

Individual Volunteers

Looking to get your hands dirty and make a direct impact?

As a skilled or unskilled volunteer, you have the opportunity to assist on projects like National Rebuilding Day and various community events throughout the year.


Team Opportunities

Our team building days are a great opportunity for companies and organizations to engage team members in a positive, team-building activity while giving back to a neighbor in need. We host up to 25 participants per project site and provide all necessary materials.

For more information regarding Team Builds, contact Ashley at ashley@rebuildingtogethermiami.org

House Captains

On National Rebuilding Day and Rebuild-a-Block projects, the House Captain serves as the leader and site supervisor of the project, directing the enthusiasm and energy of volunteers. Groups typically consist of 15-25 volunteers, both skilled and unskilled.

We assign house captains to a home based on their skill level and the home’s work-scope to ensure volunteers have a safe and productive experience.

Upcoming Volunteer Events

Wells Fargo employees will restore the homes of two vulnerable families in need.

100+ volunteers will come together to revitalize 5 homes and a community space in Leisure City.

From September 6 to Veterans Day, Team Depot, The Home Depot’s associate-led volunteer force, will work with local and national nonprofits to complete projects for aging, combat-wounded and homeless veterans. To support these efforts, The Home Depot Foundation has given more than a quarter of a billion dollars to veteran-related causes since 2011.

The Miami Heat, along with active members of the armed forces, will renovate the homes of two veterans in celebration of Veterans Day.