Rock the Block 9.11.21
A National Day of Service and Remembrance
Join us for a National Day of Service and Remembrance!
September 11, 2021, is the 20th anniversary of that tragic day. On this day Americans across the country are called to volunteer in their local communities.
Join Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati's Rock the Block team on Saturday, September 11th, as we engage with our country in a day of volunteer service in tribute to the individuals who were lost and injured in the attacks, first responders, and the many who have risen in service to defend freedom.
We will be honoring, remembering, and serving by working in the yard, and celebrating hope in the Evanston neighborhood.
Who: young professionals, college students, local companies, churches, individuals, friends, neighbors, YOU!
What: Rock the Block 9.11.21 - A National Day of Service and Remembrance is an extension of our Rock the Block programming. This year, projects will include, exterior home repairs, general clean-up, brush, overgrowth & trash removal, pulling weeds and raking, mulching and landscaping, and many more!
When: Saturday, September 11, 2021 | 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Where: Evanston - Opening and closing ceremonies will be located at Evanston Park
3604 Evanston Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45207.
- To ensure your group is assigned to the same project, please sign up as a team.
- Volunteer spots are limited, due to COVID-19 regulations, there will only be 10 volunteers per shift, per community project.
- You must be registered to participate. We are not accepting walk-ins for this event.
Repairs for homeowners
Interested homeowners in the Evanston neighborhood request a Rock the Block application form.
Applicants must be the homeowner, own a home in need of minor exterior repairs, have an income within 30% to 80% of the area median income, and a willingness to serve alongside volunteers during the Rock the Block event on September 11, 2021. A one-time $20 fee will be collected from each eligible and approved applicant.