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Springfield, MA 01108

Revitalize CDC

#GreenNFit Neighborhood Rebuild 2018

Saturday, April 28, 2018 • 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

ONE Block on ONE Street all on ONE Day with 1,000 Volunteers!

Revitalize CDC's  26th Annual #GreenNFit Neighborhood Rebuild, over 1,000 volunteers will help repair and renovate homes on Manhattan Street, the block from Eastern Avenue to Walnut Street on Saturday, April 28, 2018. Revitalize CDC is focused on making homes energy efficient, safe and healthy.

The scope of work may include:

  • New roofs
  • Electrical
  • Proper ventilation 
  • “Age in Place” modifications
  • Heating
  • Ramps
  • Deadbolt locks
  • Plumbing
  • Interior painting
  • Energy-efficient windows & doors
  • Yard cleanups
  • Vinyl siding
  • Planting of shrubs and flowers
  • Pest control
  • Insulation
  • Conversions from oil to natural gas
  • Fencing
  • Mold remediation
  • Smoke/CO detectors
  • Exterior painting
  • Landscaping

This is a great inter-generational activity. Hundreds and hundreds of volunteers will be participating from congregations, schools, local businesses and more. Trinity hopes to have a very strong team again this year, working together with our neighbors in need, helping fix up a neighborhood in our city. This is a great opportunity for families to offer service in our city together. Volunteer check-in will take place at 54 Manhattan Street in Springfield. You are able to register online. Be sure to use the drop down menu and select Trinity as your organization!


About Revitalize CDC

Since 1992 Revitalize CDC has repaired over 700 homes with 10,000 volunteers investing $33 million into the cities of Holyoke and Springfield.

Revitalize CDC performs free critical repairs, modifications and rehabilitation on the homes of low-income families with children, military veterans, elderly and people with disabilities.

They leverage the investments of Western Massachusetts-area donors, grantors and volunteers to make significant home repairs that stabilize neighborhoods, maintain the tax base, and allow elderly homeowners to age in place.