Rebuild Homes Nonprofit Corporation Announces First-in-Class Software Toolset to Help Communities Prepare for and Rebuild after Natural Disasters

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In 2020, an estimated 500,000 homes burned in the U.S.. announces a free first-in-class Disaster Project Management system to help those communities and homeowners prepare for Natural Disasters and rebuild their homes and lives.

In 2020 an estimated 500,000 homes were destroyed by fire in the U.S., and $49 billion in property damage was caused by floods, hurricanes, and tornados. Responding to a dire need to help communities and families prepare for natural disasters, Rebuild Homes, a Washington-based non-profit corporation, is announcing a first-in-class Disaster Project Management (DPM) system of online tools and resources to assist communities before and after natural disaster strikes.

The mission of Rebuild Homes nonprofit corporation is connecting and empowering people and communities who have been severely impacted due to natural disaster by providing a free technology solution that helps those who are in critical need to rebuild their lives, homes, and communities.

Rebuild Homes is currently working with Malden, WA, to rebuild their town and their residents’ homes. “Recovery and rebuilding efforts must be coordinated, organized, and effective,” said Pine Creek Recovery Organization Executive Director Scott Hokonson. “I am truly impressed with the efforts and product solution being created by Rebuild Homes. I believe Rebuild Homes nonprofit is absolutely crucial and necessary for effective recovery and rebuilding in any disaster environment.”

Recognizing the global scope of need, Nagarro, a worldwide leader in digital engineering and technology solutions, has partnered with Rebuild Homes to create and build out the software platform. Manas Fuloria, Nagarro’s CEO, called the project “a most noble mission”. Law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati is stepping in to provide legal assistance to obtain 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status for Rebuild Homes nonprofit corporation.

The DPM solution is free to all users and will help communities and public/private partnerships create and disseminate emergency evacuation plans, track financial and in-kind donations, and coordinate with non-profits, government agencies, and corporate donors to provide additional emergency relief. It provides a robust online toolset for scheduling rebuilding efforts, managing vendors and subcontractors, assisting caseworkers with families in need, accessing financial assistance, and integrating with other technology solutions.

Rebuild Homes is expected to deploy the DPM system to the western region of the U.S. by the 2021 wildfire season, with future plans for a global rollout.

About Rebuild Homes
Rebuild Homes nonprofit corporation will collaborate with exclusive founding partners, granting organizations, and supporting agencies. For more information on how you can sponsor this much-needed non-profit effort, please contact Rebuild Homes at

About Nagarro
Nagarro (FRA: NA9) is a global digital engineering leader with a full-service offering, including digital product engineering, digital commerce, customer experience, AI and ML-based solutions, cloud, immersive technologies, IoT solutions, and consulting on next-generation ERP. Nagarro helps clients to become innovative, digital-first companies through an entrepreneurial, agile, and CARING mindset, and delivers on its promise of thinking breakthroughs. The company employs over 8,400 people in 25 countries. For more information, visit

About Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
For nearly 60 years, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati has offered a broad range of services and legal disciplines focused on serving the principal challenges faced by the management and boards of directors of business enterprises. The firm is nationally recognized as a leader in the fields of corporate governance and finance, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, securities litigation, employment law, intellectual property, and antitrust, among many other areas of law. With deep roots in Silicon Valley, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati has offices in Austin; Beijing; Boston; Brussels; Hong Kong; London; Los Angeles; New York; Palo Alto; San Diego; San Francisco; Seattle; Shanghai; Washington, D.C.; and Wilmington, DE. For more information, please visit

About Ager Consulting
For over 40 years Ager Consulting has committed to fostering executive solutions that propel non-profits to their highest potential by bridging communication between organizations and their beneficiaries to create impact in communities through thoughtful philanthropy.

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