** Rebuilding Together Lowell is still accepting applications from low-income homeowners who need home repairs. Preference is given to veterans.
Since being incorporated in 1997, the organization has completed about $1 million worth of repairs on more than 140 houses in Lowell through the donation of more than 25,000 hours of work by 4,000-plus volunteers.
Low-income, elderly or disabled residents, veterans and families with children in Lowell who are unable to maintain their homes due to financial or physical constraints and have homeowners’ insurance are eligible to apply. Work is done by volunteers and with donated materials, at no cost to the homeowner.
Roof repairs, interior and exterior painting, yard work, wall repairs, plumbing and electrical repairs, they gave done it all. And, they want to continue to help you and your neighbors.
If you or anyone you know needs help with home repairs, visit www.rtlowell.org to download an application. Applications are also available at the Lowell Senior Center, as well as the Office of Neighborhood Services and the Mayor’s Office at City Hall.