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ADT volunteers with Rebuilding Together

ADT volunteers with Rebuilding Together

ADT volunteers with Rebuilding Together

LAS VEGAS – During Super Bowl weekend, volunteers from ADT participated in Kickoff to Rebuild, an annual event led by inspiring non-profit Rebuilding Together to provide essential home repairs for six families and community improvements in a Las Vegas-area neighborhood. 

On Friday, Feb. 9, Cincinnati Bengals running back Chase Brown joined nearly 200 volunteers to help revitalize the community as part of Kickoff to Rebuild, an annual Super Bowl-sanctioned event.

"At Rebuilding Together, we work not only to repair homes, but revitalize communities and rebuild lives," said Caroline Blakely, president and CEO of Rebuilding Together. "Through Kickoff to Rebuild, we've repaired more than 176 homes, engaged more than 5,200 volunteers, and invested $6 million in communities in need."

"The repairs we completed today addressed urgent needs for lifelong residents and helped to strengthen the entire neighborhood," said John Brooks, Lowe's regional vice president. "As a part of Lowe's longtime partnership with Rebuilding Together, we are proud to have had more than 140 red vest associates onsite to volunteer and share their DIY expertise to help families remain in their homes for years to come."

The Valley View neighborhood, located southeast of Las Vegas in Henderson, is a 578-acre residential community primarily consisting of single-family homes, many of which are showing signs of deterioration. This year's event, led by the nonprofit's local affiliate, Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada, helped six families to remain safely in their homes and enjoy their community center for years to come. Since 1994, Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada has helped provide more than 7,800 Las Vegas families with safer community spaces and healthier homes.

The effort saw Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada, Lowe's red vest associates, community volunteers, local contractors, and volunteers from ADT come together to provide total roof and door replacements, new windows, extensive bathroom upgrades, new water heaters, and more to recipients. Additionally, volunteers added a fresh coat of paint to the gymnasium at the local branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada and cleaned up tree trimmings throughout the neighborhood to create safer streets.

ADT said in a correspondence that it knows the importance of feeling safe and secure in your home and is proud to partner with Rebuilding Together. "This is something we've done annually. It's a part of us giving back. It's a part of us having community impact in areas we care about," said Darienne Page, senior manager of ADT Corporate Social Responsibility. “By painting curb signs, we’re helping first responders because we know that every second counts, and when they’re able to easily identify a home, they’re able to provide emergency services quickly.”

"Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada has provided 30 years of work in the Southern Nevada region, and we are proud to help these homeowners protect their most valuable asset and help to pass a safe home down to the next generation," added Bob Cleveland, executive director of Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada. "We are so grateful to all our partners, volunteers, and contractors who are helping to rebuild and revitalize communities at no cost to neighbors in need."

Additional sponsors and partners who made Kickoff to Rebuild in Las Vegas possible included  CreditOne Bank, Affordable Tree Service, Republic Services, City of Henderson, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada's John C. Kish Club.

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