Rebuilding Together Fox Valley moves to a new location

New location and executive director for the 17-year-old organization brings new life in the Fox Cities

Published Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Rebuilding Together Fox Valley (RTFV) is proud to unveil their new location. Beginning July 16th, Rebuilding Together Fox Valley moved to the Goodwill Industries building located at 1800 Appleton Road, Menasha, WI 54952. Over a six-month period, a team looked for a location that would be central to the counties currently served.

Rebuilding Together Fox Valley’s Office Manager, Angie Waters, says that the new location has been a great move. “We are surrounded by other nonprofits that has given RTFV more exposure as to how we serve low-income homeowners in our community.”

Rebuilding Together Fox Valley’s mission is to bring volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners. Our vision is a safe and healthy home for every person.

We would also like to introduce the new Executive Director of Rebuilding Together Fox Valley (RTFV):

Chip Wood has been involved in the nonprofit world for 16 years. With a Masters of Science in Social Work from UW Madison and a Bachelor’s of Social Work from UW Oshkosh, his career has included; serving as the Executive Director at Family Service of Racine, the Community Supervision Team Leader at Justice Point in Milwaukee and the Street Outreach Program Supervisor at Youth Services of Southern Wisconsin in Madison.

Chip was also awarded the 2014 Nonprofit Leadership Excellence Award from UW Parkside's Center for Community Partnerships.

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