Volunteers are the heart of Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh. Since 1993, we’ve engaged tens of thousands of volunteers. In one day, these caring, hardworking people experience the power of working together to help a Pittsburgher live safely. There are many ways you can help with a volunteer project that will have a lasting impact.

Individually | Once per month, we extend an open invitation for individuals to volunteer on a project in one of our Impact Neighborhoods.

Custom Groups | Church missions. Family functions. Student service projects. Neighborhood gatherings. We have helped all of those groups and more design a volunteer day that works for everyone.

Workplace Volunteer Programs | Many corporations offer their employees volunteer benefits. We can work with you or your corporation to make a great day of teambuilding and community revitalization happen.

Out of Town Groups | We host college students, mission trips, and other service groups from across the country that want to spend three or more days volunteering. 

National Rebuilding Day | Hundreds of individual and group volunteers join with us each spring to make our neighbors – and our neighborhoods – safer.
For more information about volunteering with Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh, please contact Angela Stabryla via email or at (412) 247-2700.

AmeriCorps Service Opportunities
Rebuilding Together’s CapacityCorps is a National Direct AmeriCorps program with 65 full-time AmeriCorps members serving around the country. Learn more about Rebuilding Together CapacityCorps
Recruitment for August 2017 positions will begin February 2017.

There are many ways that YOU can help!

Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh can only provide these services because of the generous financial contributions of individuals, corporations, and civic groups. Donate now!

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Rebuilding Together encourages all of its supporters, volunteers, affiliates, and friends to contact their United States Representatives and let them know about the important work we are doing. Use the links below to identify your Congressperson or Senator.