8 Ways to Support Rebuild Upstate During COVID-19 1. Donate Money, Supplies, or Time With layoffs and uncertainty surrounding our global economy, it’s okay if you don’t feel comfortable making a monetary donation. Just remember, that if you do want to donate, every penny counts.
When Christ Church Episcopal chose to kick off their Bicentennial year of service with a Rebuild Upstate build day, the Brockman family jumped on board. Tim Brockman serves on the church outreach committee, is a foster father to many, and is passionate about fighting injustice
“I had no idea there were people out there still coming together as a genuine group of people that cared.” It took bravery for Ms. K, who has always been independent, to ask for help. This Steel Magnolia is 89-years-old. She is well-traveled, well-read, and
Rebuild Upstate completes repairs on its 1,000 home GREENVILLE, S.C. – Just 13 years after the first nail was hammered into the roof of a home near Clemson University, Rebuild Upstate has completed repairs on its 1,000 home. Rebuild Upstate serves low-income homeowners with repairs
Volunteers are the lifeblood of Rebuild Upstate. Because volunteers served, the aging and differently-abled can walk across their floor without fear of falling. Because volunteers sacrificed, the low-income see reduced utility costs. Because volunteers listened, isolated homeowners know they are not alone. Rebuild Upstate is
“You are not disabled. You are handicapped, but still able.” Ms. D, physically limited by severe nerve damage, remembers the words of her mother. Life-threatening health challenges forced Ms. D to adjust to a new normal as a young adult. These days, years after her
Rebuild Upstate earns GuideStar’s highest honor for the third time GREENVILLE, S.C. — Rebuild Upstate was awarded GuideStar’s 2020 Platinum Seal of Transparency for the third year in a row. Rebuild Upstate serves low-income children, families, and seniors in Anderson, Greenville, Oconee, and Pickens counties