Work From Home. It’s been 11 months of the kids scrambling to find the right Zoom link for biology and Lisa’s husband’s desk is still in the hall right in front of the bathroom door. Lisa’s fed up with co-starring in the reality show Extreme Manspread: Home Office Edition...The Covid Years. Unless Marie Kondo knocks at the door soon (masked, of course!), Lisa’s going to have to take matters into her own hands.
Find out how at our Virtual Happy Hour event WFH: Well That’s Fun. Live chat! Drinking games! Pass the time as you await immunization! AND all proceeds benefit BuILD House.
Date: Mar 20, 2021
Time: 7 PM (PDT) - 8 PM
Over the past 17 years the BUiLD House has done its best to put our residents first, and as a result our wonderful residents have blossomed into (gasp!) adults! As a result, BUiLD has transitioned to a home for adults with disabilities, which means we have gone through a rebranding of sorts: the BUiLD House aka Berkeley Individuals Living with Disabilities!
To celebrate, we are having a “re-warming” as an opportunity for the greater BUiLDcommunity to see what the residents have been up to! Please see the invite below
Also, stay tuned for an exciting fundraising event to be announced for this Spring/Summer 2020!
Celebrating our transition into adulthood
Our 17 years of service to people with developmental disabilities.
December 8, 2019
2 to 5pm
2110 7th Street, Berkeley CA
Join us for wine and appetizers
Meet our clients that your donations have supported over the years
In the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr., about 40 volunteers from Kaiser Permanente showed up at BuILD House eager to roll up their sleeves and get ready for some home improvement on MLK, Jr. Day this year.
Volunteers from several of Kaiser’s East Bay campuses painted our office, several bedrooms and the living room under the supervision of the local chapter of Rebuilding Together East Bay, the national leader in non-profit low income housing repair. They also helped with some yard work and painted a fence and some railings. Kaiser Permanente schedules a regional day of service for their employees on the holiday to give back to the community. Clients and families organized a thank you later in the day for the volunteers.
Kitchen Update Coming Soon
Next month, on April 18th and 19th, Rebuilding Together will pull out all the stops for a complete kitchen remodel, including a brand new restaurant quality freezer and refrigerator donated by East Bay Restaurant Supply. Flooring will be donated by Anderson Carpet, and labor and installation by Wood Street Builders and a team of volunteers, many of them licensed contractors, led by experienced general contractor and master carpenter Khaia McGill. The team will remove old cabinetry, install new cabinets and countertops and arrange for disposal and cleanup. BuILD House donors have generously provided funds for the materials, the only portion of the cost that Rebuilding Together does not cover.