Volunteer Green-N-Fit neighborhood rebuild

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – Over 1,200 volunteers will help repair and renovate more than 20 homes on King Street in Springfield from Hancock Street to Eastern Avenue this Saturday. Colleen Loveless and Ethel Griffin told us more.

3rd Annual Volunteer Green-N-Fit Neighborhood Rebuild
ONE Block on ONE Street all on ONE Day with 1,200 Volunteers!

Saturday, April 25th
8AM -3PM

200 King Street, Springfield

Revitalize CDC (Revitalize Community Development Corp) is focused on making homes energy-efficient, safe and healthy.

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

For more information visit RevitalizeCDC.com

About Revitalize CDC:
Founded in 1992, Revitalize CDC performs critical repairs, modifications and rehabilitation to the homes and non-profit facilities of low-income families with children, the elderly, military veterans and people with disabilities. We leverage the investments of donors, grantors and volunteers to make significant home repairs that stabilize neighborhoods, strengthen the tax base, and allow elderly homeowners to “age in place.”

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