Home Repairs for Good

NeighborLink Indianapolis is now Home Repairs for Good

Home Repairs for Good provides critical home repairs for homeowners 62 and older or with a disability living in Marion County at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty line. They provide these repairs at no cost to the homeowner so they may age in place safely.

Home Repairs for Good has served more than 3,000 people in Marion County and completed over 4,000 home repairs since it began in 2013. By providing these services, they are helping low-income homeowners stabilize their home for their own ability to age in place and in an affordable space (the home they already own), as well as provide an asset to their future generations rather than a burden.

Learn more about the homeowners we serve.

Home Repairs for Good helps fill the gap within the social services space for owner occupied home repairs. As gap fillers, they partner with other home repair-oriented organizations like SAWS and Habitat for Humanity to ensure homeowners are able to be helped.

Watch a video about volunteering with Home Repairs for Good.

Whether you’re handy, or just have a heart to serve, there are a variety of volunteer opportunities with Home Repairs for Good. Shifts are flexible, generally in three-hour segments, great for groups, and opportunities are available early April to early November. Groups are customized experiences, generally book four-six weeks out and can include youth 12-17 years old with accompanying adult supervision, providing an opportunity for families and youth groups to volunteer. Visit Home Repairs for Good’s website at homerepairsforgood.org to sign up for a shift or schedule a group to volunteer.

Home Repairs for Good is a mission partner identified by Second’s Task Force on Local Partnership Ministries in 2020. The task force was established to consider new opportunities for mission work in our local community, Washington Township, and to consider ways to adapt existing mission projects so that they focus more directly on our local community.