Rebuild Upstate receives around 1,500 calls to our helpline every year. This video gives a little insight into what those calls are like, and just how much our neighbors need our help.
The King family’s story is one of resilience. The King family has been faced with sickness since the beginning, all three children have experienced a life-threatening illness. As Ms. King spent all her time attending to her children, the house was the last thing on
Before volunteers performed repairs on her home, Ms. Tabitha and her children were on their way to being homeless. She couldn’t even turn on a light switch or flush her toilets. Rebuild Upstate helped her in her time of need, even when she had nowhere
Ms. G takes much pride in her home. In the 40+ years she’s lived here, she’s done most of the maintenance and repair her self. Recently, she hasn’t quite been able to keep up, physically and financially. After she got her tax return last year,
It’s a pleasure to hear an accomplished musician play, and if you’re fortunate, Devin Douglas may perform a song or two when you visit. Douglas is an accomplished organist with a career working for many Atlanta-based sports teams. 13 years ago, Douglas left Atlanta to
Rebuild Upstate completed its 100th project of the year last month! The 100th home served in 2017 belongs to a resilient homeowner. After suffering a stroke, she could no longer maintain the home herself. The home needed several repairs starting with her roof which needed to
GREENVILLE, S.C. – Rebuild Upstate was awarded $52,000 Tuesday by Greenville Women Giving which will provide critical home repairs for 49 more homes in the community. The non-profit agency specializes in home repairs and accessibility improvements. Home repairs can range from small plumbing fixes to