ReFrame Association is a national network of nonprofit home repair organizations committed to providing occupants of substandard housing with safer, more livable shelter.
ReFrame began as a conference of like-minded organizations seeking ways to share wisdom, resources, and best practices within the nonprofit home repair and rehab community. Out of that conference was born an association dedicated to the same with a year-round approach and nationwide reach to bring together organizations from across the country to make our collective stronger, louder, and more dedicated than ever to eliminating substandard housing.
More than one out of every two households with children experience at least one major housing problem.
Source: Habitat for Humanity
15% of Americans, 46.5 million people, live at or below the poverty line.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
1 in 7 of these low-income families live in severely physically inadequate housing.
Source: Thrivent Financial
Becca Davis has been involved with low-income home repairs since 1996 when she was a high school volunteer for Appalachia Service Project. She served as full-time staff for ASP for 8 years, most recently as Chief Ministries Officer. Becca has a master’s degree in nonprofit management from Eastern University. After visiting other home repair organizations working in Appalachia, Becca dreamed of a formal way for nonprofits to collaborate. She organized the first ReFrame Conference in 2011. Becca left ASP in September 2013 after the birth of her son Avery. She is thrilled to be able to stay home with Avery and Leah, her daughter, while continuing to pursue her passion for nonprofit housing by serving as the part-time Executive Director for ReFrame Association.
Executive Director, ReFrame Association