Our Mission

Repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.

Our Vision

Rebuilding Together Oklahoma City’s vision is to create safe homes and communities for everyone.

Our Values

We are mission-focused in all we do; through fundraising, programs, and services with other organizations, all activities reflect our mission.

Our team is mission-committed. Each staff member, board member, and volunteer is thoroughly committed to the mission of Rebuilding Together Oklahoma City.

Our organization embraces a casual culture, enabling us to accomplish the mission in a comfortable and encouraging atmosphere.

We embrace flexibility in each of our endeavors. Our team has a “can-do” attitude and embraces the opportunity to help out in any and every way we can.

We strive for innovation in our programs, development, and outreach. We seek to always evaluate and find new and better ways to accomplish our mission.

Our Impact

Since 1992, Rebuilding Together OKC has provided critical repairs to over 3,000 homes, 30 nonprofit facilities, and 8 public buildings in the Oklahoma City metro area with the help of 70,000 volunteers. Our mission is responding to a crisis in our country – that of aging housing stock and the growing number of people who, because of age, disability, or lack of resources, live in dilapidated or inaccessible housing. What began as one workday in April has become a year-round mission to provide free repairs and rehabilitate the homes of low-income seniors in our community.
Home by home and block by block, Rebuilding Together OKC transforms lives through the year-round mobilization of volunteers fueled by a diverse group of local, corporate, and federal partnerships. In most cases, our work is not an extreme makeover but a focus on improvements that have the biggest impact and keep homeowners safe, warm and dry. Services available to eligible homeowners can include: accessibility ramps, grab bars, ADA compliant bathroom remodeling and fixtures, smoke alarms, roofing repairs, heating and air conditioning, plumbing, electrical, and weatherization. By leveraging our relationships with licensed professionals our capacity to provide larger, more holistic repairs has grown exponentially.

Our Ramp Team 

Since 2000, a group of volunteers, meet up to accomplish that very important job. The volunteer group which includes an architect build ADA wheelchair ramps for homeowners, who might not be able to leave his or her home without it. Given the nickname “ The A Team”, the group works like clockwork building upwards to 50 ramps a year on Thursdays. The goal for our Ramp Team is to provide homeowners the ability to live independently in their homes. While the objectives are for those who receive ramps is to feel safe and comfortable, experience improved mobility and utilize the permanent structure provided.

 

Board of Directors

  • President – Carrie Holland, COX COMMUNICATIONS
  • Vice President – Cynthia Pearson, COMMERCE BANK
  • Treasurer – Landon Lewis, HM CAPITAL
  • Secretary – Russ Sullins, INSURICA
  • Governance — Jordan Haygood Coltrane, SSM Health
  • Development — Eddie Martz, EGR Architectural Millwork
  • Past President— Clay Cockrill, SITEAWARE

Board Members

  • Aaron Campbell, FSB
  • Becky Cavner, CAVNAR INVESTMENTS
  • Brad Bules, LOVE’S TRAVEL STOP & COUNTRY STORES
  • Scott Campbell, BOEING
  • Kaitlyn Chaney, MCAFEE & TAFT
  • Dominique Harris, MANHATTAN CONSTRUCTION
  • John McCharen, EMCS, INC.
  • Stephanie McCombs, BOWEN FOUNDATION
  • Tom Myles, AMERICAN FIDELITY
  • Julie Oliver, OSBORNE ELECTRIC
  • Jeff Simpsen, QUANTUM FORMS
  • Jessica Robinson, CHINOWTH & COHEN REALTORS

Advisory Board Members

  • Todd Archer, ASSURED BENEFITS ADMINSTRATORS
  • Cassie Bowen, COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER
  • Clay Cockrill, SITEAWARE
  • Jack Coffman, OG&E (retired)
  • Claude Drabek, DRABEK & HILL
  • Jane Kirton, PREMIER TRUCK GROUP

Meet our staff

Rebuilding Together Oklahoma City Form 990:

RTOKC 990 FY20

RTOKC 990 FY19

RTOKC 990 FY18

RTOKC 990 FY17

Rebuilding Together Oklahoma City was formerly Christmas in April.

Newsletters

1st Quarter 2020 Newsletter

Winter 2019 Newsletter

Fall 2019 Newsletter

Summer 2019 Newsletter

To sign up for our quarterly newsletter, please follow this link! There, you will also find information about how to log into the volunteer center and get involved with us on our future [Re]building projects!