A warm welcome to all of our volunteers, supporters, and partner organizations,
 who help turn dreams into reality through home building.
We honor God by serving together to take care of others and improve lives.

It's that time!
Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction
5pm March 10th
Temple Isaiah

WANTED: Auction Item Donations
 Need ideas? 

Tickets from a major airline carrier 
Stylish luggage
Winery tour & tastings
Tickets to a popular talk show (i.e. Ellen, Late Night, etc.)
Gas for a year (52 gift cards )
One-week timeshare
Hot air balloon ride
Helicopter ride
Pet sitting/boarding
Canoe or kayaking 
Romantic gondola ride
Private boat cruise with cocktails
Behind-the-scenes or VIP insiders tour
Dinner cooked, delivered, and served 
Historic city tour of Baltimore, Annapolis, or D.C.
Theater tickets 
20 hours of manual labor (landscaping, demolition, etc.) from local company 
Private, insider tours of local businesses or factories
Year of oil changes at local shop 
10 hours of certified mechanic work
Year of car washes
6 months of dry cleaning (work with business to determine number of garments)
Local florist delivers flowers monthly for 1 year
sports tickets
Personal trainer sessions
Signed memorabilia (helmet, jersey, balls, gloves, practice gear, bats, hats, towels)
fine art / jewelry
fine wine

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Ellicott City Project:
A Dramatic Transformation!

before after - Ellicott City Project
Before...and After!
EC Kitchen before    finished kitchen 

After the devastating Ellicott City, Maryland flood of July 2016, DreamBuilders partnered with Rebuilding Together Howard County to repair a home on upper Main Street that did not have flood insurance. The Ellicott City Historical Preservation Commission approved the repair project as follows: replace all windows;  repair external walls and install new siding; repair all gutters and downspouts; remodel the kitchen; install drywall, flooring, cabinets, appliances, and plumbing. We worked 9 weekends this fall. Here's a glimpse of our work:

 EC old siding     new siding

Hauling debris on Day 1   Circular Saw on side of house   wrapping      
Installing front porch siding  Volunteers watching 2017 Veteran's Day Parade   kitchen cabinets

Our work is complete. Early tasks included removing old windows and preparing rough openings for the new windows, demolition of the kitchen area, and exterior Typar wrapping for weather protection. We painted the front porch siding and new windows. We installed hardie-siding and handled other repairs. All interior walls have been repaired and the windows painted. The kitchen plumbing and electric rough-in is complete, drywall installed, and walls are spackled and primed. The kitchen floor, cabinets and countertops have been installed. Many local businesses generously supported our work. Soon, we will recognize all of them in this space.