Bringing home repair and maintenance help to Brown County Neighbors
NeighborWorks Green Bay is proud to partner with area faith-based organizations to provide free home maintenance and repair activities as part of the “Reframing Titletown,” June 24-30, 2018. Several hundred volunteer youth and individuals from across the country will travel to Green Bay to provide home maintenance and repair services to people in need. The focus is to serve people who are elderly, low-income, or disabled.
The program provides the materials and labor at no cost to the homeowner. Individuals or families are encouraged to apply by contacting completing the application HERE and returning to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailing it to
437 S. Jackson St., Green Bay, WI 54301
Questions about the program can be directed made by contacting Scott 920-448-3075 or email@example.com.
Repairs offered through the Workcamp include interior and exterior painting, weatherization, porch and wheelchair ramp construction, and other work. Both labor and materials are free to qualifying households.
Reframing Titletown is affiliated with “Group Work Camp,” is a national mission trip organizer work locally through Trinity Lutheran Church, Resurrection Lutheran Church and NeighborWorks Green Bay.
These volunteers—members of church youth groups representing all Christian denominations—are coming to give their labor to provide free home repairs for disadvantaged homeowners. Trinity, Resurrection and NeighborWorks previously partnered with Group Cares to bring a Workcamp to the Green Bar area in 2015, during which 407 participants provided free repairs to 65 homes. Repairs offered through the Workcamp include interior and exterior painting, weatherization, porch and wheelchair ramp construction, and other work. Both labor and materials are free to qualifying households.