"To see how happy, even overwhelmed the homeowners are with the work we do is full-gratification, even better than a paycheck. And at least a couple of them have had substantial improvement in their utility bills while improving comfort; this really makes my day! Along with meeting nice folks, both in the homes and the volunteers, and the camaraderie with fellow RTPC staff, plus enjoying the ‘dirty’ work……what more can I say?”
“I enjoy the volunteer process when everybody is working to help a client with no motive other than to help someone in need. It is also always very gratifying to see the change our work can make in a home owners life. Most are close to tears in surprise that somebody would do something like our work with no strings attached. Their gratitude and joy seems to feed right back into all of us who participate. That is the reward.”
Rebuilding Together Pitt County is a volunteer-driven organization with no paid staff. Our volunteers are the hearts and hands that make our mission possible. We welcome volunteers of all skill levels to assist with painting, clean-up, yard work in addition to construction tasks.
A House Captain is an experienced construction professional who supervises a home project and assists with planning and managing the work from start to finish. If you are interested in becoming a house captain, email us at email@example.com.
If your company or organization is looking for a team-building opportunity that supports our local community, consider sponsoring a project. Volunteer together to rehabilitate a home and/or contribute financial support to the project. We are happy to customize the experience to fit your goals.
Mission at Home provides an opportunity for churches in Pitt County to help transform the lives of homeowners within their own communities.
Projects are selected for congregations based on number and skills of volunteers and amount of time congregation is willing to dedicate to the project. All skill levels are welcome!
Contact us today to build a Mission experience that fits your Congregation.
My favorite memory is the first post-work day celebration in West Greenville. Home owners with newly renovated homes turned up with several generations of their kin. The outpouring of their delight and gratitude for our assistance touched my heart and made me proud to be a part of Rebuilding Together.
– Katherine Swank