Our Mission:
Repairing Homes, Revitalizing Communities and Rebuilding Lives
A Note From Our Executive Director, Maury Peterson
Hello Friends,
We did it! The RTMC Team set an audacious goal to provide critical home repairs to a record-breaking 178 vulnerable homeowners this fiscal year (July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021) and TODAY we achieved our goal! Our work impacted over 400 neighbors in need and helped to improve the health and safety of their homes during the pandemic. Pictured above is our team celebrating our milestone with the Castro Family, our 178th homeowner served.
Our success was truly a group effort and I want to express my gratitude to our RTMC Board of Directors, led by Nancy Floreen, for their dedication and leadership. Our small but mighty RTMC Team are the folks who made it happen: Lindsay Luhn, Senior Program Manager, Bob Goff, Construction Manager, Joni Keaton, AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator, Kristen Miller, AmeriCorps Project Coordinator, Mat Saunders, Home Assessment and Project Coordinator, Christina Devlin, Officer Manager, Alyssa Stagno, Finance Guru, and Carol Shoemaker, our ace executive assistant volunteer.
The pandemic forced us to pivot and change up our model from partnering with volunteers to provide the critical repairs to engaging contractor partners to complete the work. We are indebted to our contractor partners who stepped up to serve our homeowners over the last year: Goff Properties, JML Remodeling, Inc., VAQ Renovations, Atlantida Builders, Get-A-Grip Construction Services, Strategies for Independent Living, GAC Services, Central Exteriors, A3 Home Improvements, Spartan Electric Company, PJ’s Roofing, and Mallick Plumbing & Heating.
Of course, none of the work would be possible without YOU, our tremendous community of volunteers, donors and supporters. Thank you for believing in RTMC and supporting our mission of Repairing Homes, Revitalizing Communities, Rebuilding Lives.
As we take a moment to celebrate our success, I am reminded that our work is far from over. The need for our services is great and we have many more vulnerable homeowners waiting to be served. If you’d like to help, today is the last day to TRIPLE MATCH your donation, thanks to a generous donor.
All the best,
Maury Peterson Signature
Maury Peterson
Executive Director

P.S. If you’re a past volunteer, board member, homeowner or friend of Rebuilding Together Montgomery County, let's connect! Send me an email or add me on LinkedIn.
Celebrating Phase II of Becky's House
We celebrate the newly renovated Becky’s House, an Interfaith Works program that provides a safe place for eight formerly homeless women to call home. Rebuilding Together Montgomery County is proud to have led these life-changing renovations. We recently celebrated a wonderful reveal with Interfaith Works CEO Courtney Hall, State Senator Ben Kramer, State Senator Cheryl C. Kagan, Becky's House Founder Becky Wagner, Interfaith Works Board Chair Devang Shah and Montgomery County Councilmember Evan Glass and teams from Southern Management, Kind Works and Transformation Contractor, LLC
Special thanks to all the volunteers who worked so hard to make it happen! Together we can work to ensure that homelessness is rare, brief and nonrecurring in Montgomery County. If you want to take on other feel-good projects like this one, consider making an impact on the lives of others by volunteering with RTMC!

Keeping Up With The Program Team
We had a month full of star ceremonies! Our team hosts star ceremonies when we complete all critical repairs for our neighbors in need. Some of our close-outs included Mr. P, an elderly man who needed three windows replaced; Ms. A, a woman who runs an at-home daycare with her son; and Ms. M, who is now safer because her back steps were waterproofed to reduce the risk of falling. One of our homeowners, Mr. B, is a darling sweet man who was very hands-on in helping our construction supervisor, Bob Goff, with some accessibility modifications in his home. We were also able to fix some electrical sockets in his home. It was delightful to see his satisfaction with the repairs received from RTMC.

Cheers to 30 Years!
ReCap of RTMC's 30 Year Anniversary
We held a celebration for our 30 year anniversary of repairing homes, revitalizing communities, and rebuilding lives! For 30 years our team has been dedicated to our mission of preserving affordable housing and providing free critical repairs to low-income homeowners. Our community certainly showed up for us, as we gathered with volunteers, contractors, and past/present board members. To view all of the photos from our celebration, click here!

Get Ready for RTMC's Rebuilding Weekend
September 11 and 12, 2021

Please join us for RTMC's Rebuilding Weekend on September 11th and 12th, 2021.

Our goal is to provide critical home repairs to 20 vulnerable homeowners in Montgomery County during that weekend.

All volunteers and corporate and faith-based groups are welcome.
View info linked below.
RTMC's Golf Tournament is October 4th
October 4, 2021 at Bretton Woods Golf Course

Get ready to swing for a cause! Join us for a great day of golf and help raise funds to help Rebuilding Together Montgomery County provide safe and healthy homes to the most vulnerable homeowners in our community. Check out our updated golf website:

Registration is now open and multiple sponsorships are available! Join us as we swing for a great cause and raise funds to help provide critical home repairs and accessibility modifications to our neighbors in need.
Join Our Team!
Do you know someone who may be a good addition to our dedicated team of Rebuilders? RTMC is looking for new AmeriCorps Members to join our team this September. We are recruiting two positions, Client Outreach Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator. Folks can apply here.
Updated Homeowner Service Application
Now Available!
We’ve made some slight modifications to our homeowner applications. If you or a loved one is in need of critical home repairs from RTMC, our forms can be accessed here in English and Spanish.

Triple Match Your Donation - DEADLINE TODAY!
Thanks to a generous donor, all donations to Rebuilding Together Montgomery County will be TRIPLE MATCHED and TODAY is the deadline! All funds raised will help provide critical home repairs to vulnerable neighbors in need. Thank you in advance for your support! 
Here's what a homeowner we recently helped had to say:
“Thank you so much for your help at a time when I felt all alone, helpless and hopeless. Thank you for restoring my faith and hope by showing me there are people in the world who are kind and caring and are considerate of other people.”
About Us

Rebuilding Together Montgomery County (RTMC) provides critical home repairs, accessibility modifications and links to community resources for our most vulnerable neighbors, including seniors, veterans and people with disabilities. Since 1990, RTMC has served more than 2,500 homeowners and engaged 50,000 volunteers to help our neighbors stay in their homes.
18225-A Flower Hill Way, Gaithersburg, MD 20879