Building a Healthier West Tampa In-Progress
The Building a Healthier West Tampa initiative will focus on improving living conditions for tenant-occupied homes and repairing owner-occupied homes. Therefore increasing affordable housing opportunities for low-to-moderate income first-time home-buyers, decreasing or eliminating vacant foreclosed properties, and maintaining infill lots to avoid dumping. More specifically,a minimum of 35 homes, during the pilot project, of expecting mothers and/or children 0-8 years old.
We are working together with key stakeholders in order to form collaborations and partnerships, including Argosy University, which lies in the heart of West Tampa, and the Children’s Board to join us on this community revitalization initiative to provide safer, healthier and more energy efficient housing. The focus of this project will be low-income families with children and pregnant women of this historic neighborhood in order to improve their living conditions and create a stronger foundation for their future. To fill out an application, click here. You can submit either by fax (813-513-3068), mail (Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay, 911 E 122nd Ave. Tampa Fl 33612) or you can drop it off in person.
National Rebuild Day 2017!
RTTB, along with the help of sponsors and volunteers, are going to be working on the Building a Healthier West Tampa project as part of National Rebuild Day. We’d like to thank our sponsors thus far, Booz Allen Hamilton, Foresters Financial, and Children’s Board of Hillsborough County. Thank you for your support, we look forward to making a difference for the children of West Tampa together!
There’s still time to make a difference…
HOME DEPOT REVITALIZES WEST TAMPA HOME ON THE PATH TO NRD!