Rebuilding Together Ingham County serves the Tri-County Area of Greater Lansing.
It is a Non-Profit Charity that does home repairs for low income homeowners—
US Veterans, senior and persons with disabilities free of charge
through the financial generosity and  volunteer services of the local community.

On Saturday, April 30, 2016, Janice Wilbrink joined a team of volunteers from Okemos Community Church to work on one of the Lansing area homes that was selected to be a recipient of free homes repairs for the 2016 Rebuilding Day.

Thanks to the awesome efforts of a great team of volunteers much was accomplished—repairs to the handicap ramp and front stairs; new entryway lighting, new carpet installed in the living room; new kitchen sink faucet installed; and cleaning and landscaping around the yard. The homeowner who relies on her wheel chair for mobility was very pleased.

Janice Wilbrink, a secretary in Clark Hill’s Lansing Office, has served as a Board Member since 2009 for the Lansing affiliate of Rebuilding Together.

About Rebuilding Together Ingham County

Rebuilding Together Ingham County, serving the Tri-County area of  greater Lansing, is a volunteer organization involved in a yearlong effort that culminates in a one-day blitz to repair and rehabilitate the homes of U.S. Veterans, low-income seniors (age 60 or older) or disabled homeowners. It is non-partisan, non-sectarian, non-profit and staffed by volunteers. It is part of a national network and effort to assist homeowners in need.

Many of our neighbors have worked hard all their lives and have been able physically and financially to repair their own homes for most of that time. Now due to aging, illness and limited income they are unable to do the needed repairs to make their home safe and in some cases livable. The result maybe a loss of the homeowner’s dignity and possibly, their home. One day of volunteer effort can make a great difference in people’s lives.

Rebuilding Day repairs may include some of the following: carpentry, plumbing, electrical, plastering, painting, glazing, flooring, weather-stripping, as well as trash removal, yard clean up and interior cleaning.

All repairs are done at no cost to the homeowner. Funding comes from local businesses, foundations, churches and synagogues, clubs, service organizations, associations, and individuals; from neighbors who care.  All gifted funds are fully tax-deductible.

For more information please visit their website at

Our vision:  A safe and healthy home for every person.

Our Mission: To bring volunteers and communities together to improve the homes

and lives of low-income homeowners.

Rebuilding Together is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization



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