Repairing Homes. 

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The Barrington Regional Hurricane Relief Effort




The Barrington Community is coming together to respond directly to the recent Hurricane disasters by organizing volunteers to travel to the disaster sites to help those in need repair and rebuild their homes and their lives.  

The Build Team supports this community effort and has taken on the responsibility for the on-site work efforts.  In addition, the Build Team, a 501(c)(3) tax exempt entity, has agreed to receive, distribute and account for all charitable contributions to fund exclusively the costs of materials, equipment and other expenses necessary to fulfill the Barrington community mission to provide meaningful, hands-on support to hurricane victims.

Check out some photos of the recent activity for this effort here.



When:  
  • November 10, 2017 through November 19, 2017.
Where:   
  • The Houston area.  
  • Take a look at the work done via our  here.

Who:   
  • We appreciated the skills and effort of all skill levels.
  • If you are interested in helping as a volunteer in the future, please fill out the Volunteer submittal form here.  
  • See the Q & A  and the PRESS RELEASE documents attached below. 

How to Donate:  
  • Donations to be used exclusively for the Barrington Regional Hurricane Effort! 
  • The Build Team will use and distribute this money exclusively for the Barrington Regional Hurricane Effort in coordination with the leaders of the community effort.
  • Donations can be made electronically by clicking on the “Donate” button below:
    • Select “Hurricane Relief Effort”
    • Select "Quick Give"
https://giving.ncsservices.org/dl/?uid=ncs-3794
  
  • Donations may also be made by checks made payable to “The Build Team NFP” (Please include “Hurricane Relief” on the memo line) and mailed or hand delivered to the following address:
    The Build Team NFP
495 W. Northwest Highway
Barrington, IL  60010


A special Thank You to our in-kind donors:
Heads Up
Barrington Print and Copy
        Dentists' Climb For A Cause 
WINGS
Sign-A-Rama
K C Printing
Phillips Men’s Wear

Thank You to those who made a donation:
Advocate
Janet Agnoletti
Siddharth & Nidhi Bansal
  Barrington C of C
  Barrington Lions Club
  Barrington Park District
Kirsten Baseley
Robert Becker
Diane Bergan
Dirk
Beveridge
BHS
Michael & Christine  Bohlmann 
Kelly
Bond
Sandra  Borello
David & Jamie Brashler
Matthew & Wendy Burns
Tom  Burns 
Robert  Bush
Margot  Cidulka
Michael & Susan Cleary
  Community Unit School District 221
Dale & Rayanne Coy
Elizabeth
Crandall
Ellen  Cusick
Douglas & Karen  Darch
John
Dawson
Michael & Judy  Dawson
Gregory
Dowell
Donna
Dunk
Heather
Fagan
Paul & Lynette  Farmer
Stephen
Fish
Steven & Barbara Floyd
Foglia Family Foundation
Helmuth & Margaret  Frantik
Gary & Dionne Frantik
Jennifer  Garrett
Henry Gehrisch
John & Michelle Gillett
John   Guest
Jeff & Susan  Hartwick
Owen
Heath
Dorothy Henry
Erik & Nicole Higgins
Thomas  Hills
Charles & Chelsi Holsteen
Ted & Lydia Holsteen
Thomas
Holstien
IBA Properties
Cindy & Jeff
Janssen
Daniel  Joyce
Dolores Kaiser
  Kassulat Enterprises
John Keenan
Laurie Kems
Matthew   Kerekes
Ann  Kimberly
Llyod & Linda Kling
Bruce & Barbara Kukowski
Karen & John  Lambert
William
Lambertson
  Larry Blumberg & Assoc
Rich & Kathy Larson
Mary K   Lauderback
Bob  Lee
Joann & Kent Lee
Jacqueline V.   Lew
Jean  Lewis
Peer  Lykke
James  Magnanenzi
Kevin
Malia
Sean   Malia
Thomas   Malia
Mason Lodge
Susan  Mayer
Claire & George  Miller
Michael & Kathy Moran
Jeffrey & Sarah Murray
Sam Oliver
Margaret  Patino
Lloyd & Linda Pekelsma
James & Kathleen Peterson
  Phillips Menwear donations
Michele
Polvere
  PTO of Roslyn Rd School
Cheryl
Puchalski
Jeff & Moira Rapp
Elizabeth & Steven  Raseman
Christopher
Reiss
Earl & Brookie  Ritchie
Christine  Robinson 
Bob & Chris
Roggeveen
Regina Roland
Regina  Roland
Robin Ross-Henning
  Rotary Int'l Dist. 6440, Inc.
Amy   Sauer
Jack & Carolyn  Schaefer
Amanda Schrof
Peter
Shaeffer
  Station Middle School
Joel & Jana Sterk
Dorothea Stettner
Michael & Donna  Tessner
Rachel Tuerck
Luke
Van Ryn
  VFW Barrington Post 7707
Heather   Vitale
John
Wardrope
Shane   Winters
Shane   Winters
Jennifer Wondrasek
Robert J   Young Jr
Martin  Zimmerman
Other Organizations that have joined the Response Effort:


Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital
Barrington - Relay For Life
Barrington 220 Educational Foundation
Barrington 220 Schools District
Barrington Area Community Foundation
Barrington Area Council of Governments
Barrington Area Council on Aging
Barrington Area Development Council
Barrington Area Library
Barrington Area Ministerial Association
Barrington Breakfast Rotary
Barrington Chamber of Commerce
Barrington Children's Charity
Barrington Junior Women's Club
Barrington High School
Barrington LIONS Club
Barrington Masonic Lodge
Barrington Noon Rotary
Barrington Park District
Barrington Township
Barrington United Way
Barrington White House
Cuba Township
Fox Point Homeowner's Association
Interact Club Barrington High School
JourneyCare
LIVING60010
Local Area Realtors
Quintessential Barrington Magazine
Roslyn Road "Earlyact"
Samaritan Counseling Center
The Build Team
Village of Barrington
Village of Barrington Hills
Village of Lake Barrington
Village of North Barrington
Village of South Barrington
Village of Tower Lakes

There will be more and we will update as others join the effort.  

If you have questions, please contact Dawson Builders at 847-846-4463 or at Alana@dawsonbuilders.com.


Thank you for your support! 

VOLUNTEER AND DONOR Q & A

For Volunteers Going to Houston

  • Question - What are the dates?
  • Answer - We will travel to Houston on November 10 and return November 19. We will working from November 11 to November 18. You needn’t stay the entire time—we are happy to have you for whatever time you can commit. 
  • Question - What if I have no building skills?
  • Answer – You don’t need to be handy with a hammer to help. We need all types of volunteers, from those with building skills; to people who can make a house a home (with beds, mattresses, chairs, pictures on the walls); as well as support volunteers to gather supplies, manage housing and cook for the work teams. 
  • Question - What can be done in a week?
  • Answer - The destruction is massive from the hurricanes. Over 60,000 homes were damaged. If we can impact 4 to 5 families, allowing them to move from shelters back into their homes, we will have made a small impact for all of Houston, but a large impact for those families.
  • Question - As a volunteer, what are my out-of-pocket expenses?
  • Answer - Volunteers are responsible for their travel expenses and incidentals. All housing and food will be provided while in Houston. Currently there are 3 airlines providing round trip airfares from Chicago O’Hare to Houston for under $200. We will pick you up at the airport and bring you to the community center, and will provide transportation to and from the job site each day.
  • Question - Where will I sleep?
  • Answer - We will stay in Baker Ripley Community Center, which has showers and kitchen facilities. We will sleep on air mattresses in the gym and classrooms. Nothing luxurious about this trip, but it might be one of your best vacations ever. For those interested, there are local hotels with discounted rates under $100 per night.
  • Question – Won’t volunteers be taking jobs from local builders?
  • Answer – No, because we will operate in the poorer communities where the contractors are not working as the homeowners can’t afford to pay for repairs and rebuilding. This is why the well-off neighborhoods are back up quickly and the poor neighborhoods take years.
  • Question – How old does a volunteer need to be?
  • Answer – For our trip to Houston, we require that volunteers be at least 18 years of age. 


For Those Wishing to Donate

  • Question - How will the donations be spent?
  • Answer - For every dollar spent we will work to accomplish $2 of building. A typical building project is 50% labor and 50% material. Since 100% of the labor is through volunteers we achieve a 2-to-1 ratio. The first $25,000 donated will be matched by a local family foundation.
  • Question - How will my donation be used?
  • Answer - Charitable donations will be used to buy building supplies, appliances, beds, chairs, food for the volunteers and rental vehicles, if needed. 100% of all donations will go directly to Barrington Regional Hurricane Relief. All administrative or overhead costs are donated.
  • Question - Is my charitable donation deductible?
  • Answer – Yes. Because donations will be made through The Build Team's 501C3, all contributions are tax deductible.
  • Question – How can I make a donation?
  • Answer – Go to The Build Team web site. Or make checks payable to “The Build Team NFP” to be mailed or hand-delivered to:
The Build Team NFP
495 W. Northwest Highway
Barrington, IL 60010


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Dawson Designers, Cabinets, Property Managers,
Oct 7, 2017, 7:40 PM
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Dawson Designers, Cabinets, Property Managers,
Oct 7, 2017, 7:40 PM
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