Contractors State License Board Works with NASCLA, Rebuilding Together Sacramento to Help Get Veteran Back into Home

Contractors State License Board Works with NASCLA, Rebuilding
Together Sacramento to Help Get Veteran Back into Home

SACRAMENTO, CA – The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) worked with the National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) and Rebuilding Together Sacramento on providing essential home repairs for a deserving elderly veteran Tuesday, December 5.

This was part of NASCLA’s its third Annual Mission, which focused on providing essential home repairs for a deserving U.S. veteran in Sacramento. Following his spouse’s passing, the veteran who is in his early 80s faced challenges in maintaining his residence. This led to an unsafe living environment causing the homeowner to be displaced. NASCLA partnered with Rebuilding Together Sacramento, who stepped in to assist with the restoration of the home to ensure the veteran’s safe return to a comfortable living environment.

NASCLA made a $10,000 contribution to the project in addition to providing a team of 15 volunteers who spent the day providing services to rehabilitate the home. NASCLA’s commitment goes beyond licensing agencies and extends to the residential and building communities we serve.

“NASCLA is proud of the impactful work we’re doing for our third Annual Mission with Rebuilding Together Sacramento, focusing on a veteran’s home. It’s more than construction; it’s about restoring dignity, rebuilding dreams, and honoring those who’ve served. Together, we’re not just renovating houses; we’re making a lasting difference in lives,” said David Fogt, NASCLA President and Registrar of the Contractors State License Board, and Angie Whitaker, NASCLA Executive Director.

NASCLA promotes best practices and license uniformity for agencies that regulate the construction industry. Comprising state licensing boards and agencies across the United States, NASCLA works to establish and maintain high standards for contractor licensing and regulation, fostering public safety and consumer protection.

Rebuilding Together Sacramento, a nonprofit organization dedicated to repairing homes, revitalizing communities, and rebuilding lives, played a crucial role in coordinating and executing the project.

“Volunteers serve as the backbone of Rebuilding Together Sacramento; they enable us to help more homeowners and families in need every year,” said Trysh O’Connor, Rebuild Program Manager. “Their dedication and volunteer time make it possible for us to offer our services free of charge, allowing us to make an impact on the lives of those facing challenges within their own homes. Through their selfless contributions, our volunteers not only repair homes but also rebuild communities.”

As a result of NASCLA’s third Annual Mission, this veteran will be able to return to a safe and secure home. Images from the project can be seen below.

For more information on NASCLA’s Annual Missions, please visit To learn more about Rebuilding Together Sacramento, please visit

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About CSLB: CSLB operates under the umbrella of the Department of Consumer Affairs and licenses and regulates about 285,000 contractors in California.

Photos from the NASCLA Mission 


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