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Rebuilding Together and The Window Source Partner to Strengthen Communities  by Providing Essential Repairs for Neighbors in Need Across the Country

Partnership Supports The Repair Of Homes For People In Need And The Revitalization of Communities

Rebuilding Together, a leading national nonprofit providing essential home repairs and revitalizing communities, today announced a national initiative with The Window Source. The effort will focus on addressing urgent housing challenges through critical housing repairs that help provide safe, healthy and accessible homes for everyone. 

The Window Source is committed to donating a portion of all sales in support of safe and healthy housing for low-income homeowners, senior citizens, and veterans. Partnering with Rebuilding Together  to empower neighbors to stay in their homes and revitalize communities is a natural extension of our work. The Window Source provides high quality, custom, energy efficient, replacement windows and doors to homeowners across the United States.  

Rebuilding Together has local affiliates in every state served by The Window Source.  Locally-based owners of The Window Source and their customers have the opportunity to give back to their community by supporting Rebuilding Together’s mission to repair the homes of people in need and revitalize communities. Customers can elect to round up their purchase and make a donation to the local non-profit organization at the time of purchase.  The Window Source location owners may also choose to donate products, expert knowledge, or sweat equity to specific Rebuilding Together home repair projects. 

The Window Source understands the importance of giving back to our neighbors, maintaining safe and healthy homes, building generational wealth through homeownership, as well as revitalizing neighborhoods across the US.  Partnering with Rebuilding Together, takes our commitment to homeowners to a greater level of impact.  “The Window Source will donate a dollar for every window and door unit purchased going forward.” said Keith Kailian, President of The Window Source. 

About Rebuilding Together

Rebuilding Together is the leading national nonprofit organization repairing the homes of people in need and revitalizing our communities. Through its national network of affiliates, Rebuilding Together works proactively and collaboratively with community leaders, long-term residents, funders and volunteers to foster dialogue and create safe, healthy communities across the country. Learn more and get involved at

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