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Robert Woods, Rebuilding Together and Lowe’s Come Together for 27thAnnual Kickoff to Rebuild 
By Devyn Bakewell  Staff Writer  
Published February 17, 2022

Robert Woods, Los Angeles Rams wide receiver (eandvgroup)

 NFL player and volunteers repair 16 homes for Los Angeles neighbors as part of Super Bowl-sanctioned event 

 

On February 11th, Lowe’s Home Team Player and Los Angeles Rams wide receiver, Robert Woods, joined Rebuilding Together of the City of Angels and Lowe’s, the official home improvement sponsor of the NFL, to provide essential repairs for homesin Los Angeles neighborhoods including View Park as part of Kickoff to Rebuild.

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Kickoff to Rebuild, a Super Bowl-sanctioned event presented by Lowe’s, directly benefits 16 families in Los Angeles through home repairs.

Volunteers from Lowe’s, local contractors, and the community came together to perform home repairs, including roof replacements, bathroom upgrades, kitchen installations, landscaping, window repairs and fresh paint. They also conducted a cleanup and planting in a community garden. The families include a senior struggling with mobility, a veteran on dialysis and a retired healthcare provider. COVID-19 safety guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were enforced.

Community members come together to perform repairs on Los Angeles Homes  (eandvgroup)

Repairs were made to the Consolidated Board of Realtists, a local organization founded in 1949 that strives for democracy in housing by opening doors for Black American professionals and consumers in real estate. The Board is part of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB), which in 1963 secured the passage of the nation’s first state-level fair housing legislation in California.

Kickoff to Rebuild is an annual Super Bowl-sanctioned event hosted by Rebuilding Together, a leading national housing nonprofit with a mission to repair the homes of people in need and revitalize communities. This year’s event was led by the local nonprofit affiliate, Rebuilding Together Of The City of Angels.

For more than twenty-seven years, Rebuilding Together has partnered with the NFL in Super Bowl cities across the country to rebuild homes and bring neighborhoods together. To date, through Kickoff to Rebuild, Rebuilding Together has repaired more than 1580 homes, engaged more than 5,000 volunteers, and invested more than $5 million in communities nationwide.

Community members come together to perform repairs on Los Angeles Homes (eandvgroup)

Lowe’s is passionate about supporting the communities where its associates and customers live and work. Lowe’s and Rebuilding Together have worked to improve the lives of thousands of neighbors in need and to provide better access to safe and affordable housing, positively impacting communities across the country.

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