Fall Rebuilding Day on Staten Island
Rebuilding Together NYC will host its Fall Rebuilding Day in commemoration of the 3rd anniversary of Hurricane Sandy on Staten Island on October 24, 2015. We are currently accepting applications from Staten Island homeowners and community centers that were impacted by the storm and remain in need of repairs.
Low-income (below 80% AMI) homeowners whose primary residence is located on Staten Island, was flooded during Hurricane Sandy, and is still in need of storm-related repairs, should click here to download and complete our application. Please also submit the required supportive documents listed on the last page of the application. Applications can be completed by homeowners or disaster case managers, and should be delivered via one of the following methods: email at email@example.com; fax at (718) 488-8847; or mail to Rebuilding Together NYC, 285 Van Brunt Street, Floor 1, Brooklyn, NY 11231.
If you are a representative of a nonprofit organization or community space and are interested in cost-free repairs and refurbishments, please fill out a brief survey here. Feel free to share this survey with contacts who have community spaces that might be in need of repairs on Staten Island.
We are also looking for sponsors, volunteer photographers and videographers to participate in Fall Rebuilding Day. If your company is interested in becoming a sponsor, click here for information on opportunities. If you are an amateur or professional photographer or videographer looking for volunteer projects, please contact Emma Ter-Saakova at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, please contact us at (718) 488-8840 or email@example.com.
Calling for Workforce Training Applicants!
Do you live in the Brooklyn Community Boards 11, 13, 15, including but not limited to Bensonhurst, Gravesend, Sheepshead Bay, Gerritsen Beach, Coney Island or Brighton Beach, Brooklyn or on Staten Island? Are you unemployed, underemployed, low/moderate income and looking to gain job-site experience and certifications in the construction industry?
Apply to participate in Rebuilding Together NYC’s Disaster Recovery (DR) Workforce Training Program. This program includes two weeks of full time in-class education followed by four weeks of full time on-site work experience. Safety gear, steel-toed boots, and a $1,000 stipend will be provided. Successful participants will obtain OSHA10 and Home Builders Institute certifications. For more information, click here.
To apply, click here or call (718) 488-8840.