Goal To Go

Nationally, Rebuilding Together has a long-standing relationship with the National Football League. For each of the past 20 years, Rebuilding Together has provided a Super Bowl Sanctioned event called, "Kickoff to Rebuild." And that relationship will continue this year at Super Bowl 50 in the San Francisco area as well as in 2017, when the Super Bowl returns to Houston

Rebuilding Together was one of a small number of non-profit organizations sanctioned as a Super Bowl charity when the big game last came to Houston in 2004. As the NFL's community revitalization partner, Rebuilding Together provided critical home repairs to low-income homeowners and mobilized dozens of volunteers to do work in the local community.

With Super Impact 17, Rebuilding Together stands ready--along with its sponsors, supporters and friends--to make an unprecedented impact in helping those who need a hand.

Rebuilding Together is proud of its long-standing relationship with the NFL and we believe the work we do in Houston is of critical importance. Super Impact 17 enables you or your company to be a part of something vital, something historic, something bigger than even the biggest of games. Join our team and make an impact. A Super Impact.


Kickoff To Rebuild--Indianapolis


I'm Behind The Cause

"We are part of the communities in which we operate, and we strive to be a positive and active participant in community life. By partnering with Rebuilding Together Houston, BHP Billiton provides its employees an opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of our neighbors in need.”

David Purvis
Vice President Engineering
BHP BIlliton

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