“Twice a year, we partner and volunteer in support of Rebuilding Together’s mission to help and transform lives, “said Henry Buffalow, Community Services Chair. “Rotarians, family, friends, Rotaract and Interact students donate their time in support of this special project as well and it is rewarding experience all around,” he added.



The residence is located in Cupertino owned by an elderly couple.


Cupertino Rotary’s mission is to work on repairs that are very much needed both internally and externally to ensure safety and quality of life for Mr. and Mrs. Peck.

This effort has started last week (prior to the actual work day, October 19th). The Rotarians had a crew building the back porch last Friday, October 11th, and probably some efforts during this week in preparation for this coming Saturday, October 19th.

  1. Clean up yard front and back
  2. Trim bushes and tress
  3. Paint exterior of house
  4. Rebuild back door landing and secure hand rails (this will be done before 10/19)
  5. Rebuild/repair outside hot water heater enclosure (this will be done before 10/19 so it can be painted on 10/19)
  6. Install 12 inch grab bar in bathroom outside tub
  7. Make, reframe and install two crawl space access doors (pre-fabrication will be done before 10/19)
  8. Paint trim of back building to match front building paint colors

“We appreciate Cupertino Rotary’s support and long term relationship,” said Deanne Everton, Executive Director, and Rebuilding Together. Cupertino Rotary is a valued and reliable partner and we appreciate the long- standing partnership,” she added.

About Cupertino Rotary

The club meets every Wednesday at Noon for lunch program and a guest speaker at Quinlan Community Center in Cupertino. To learn more, visit our website at www.cupertinorotary.org