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Rebuilding Together-Lincoln County (RT-LC) was formed by a group of local citizens in the Boothbay Region in 2002. It is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization affiliated with the National Rebuilding Together organization headquartered in Washington, D.C.   []

There are over 140 affiliates nationwide, with over 75,000 volunteers working together annually to keep low-income homeowners safe, warm, and living independently, especially our veterans, senoirs, and disabled.

Each year Rebuilding Together-Lincoln County participates along with the other affiliates across the nation in a National Rebuilding Together Day, which for our affiliate occurs on a Saturday in late April or early May each year. This is the day that volunteers skilled, semi-skilled, and those with no specific skills come together that morning to receive assignments to work on a designated home which has been selected to receive Rebuilding Together-Lincoln County services.

RT-LC also performs urgent repairs needed to keep our qualified neighbors warm during the cold winter months with repairs and updates such as adding insulation, replacing storm doors, caulking windows, wrapping pipes and other tasks to keep out the cold air.


The incredible local Rebuilding Together volunteer team has thus far performed home repair projects for over 340 individual homeowners in Lincoln County and has helped improve the lives of so many neighbors who need a helping hand.

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