Rock the Block

Coming to South Oak Park again Fall 2020

400 volunteers, 30+ organizations, 29 projects, and 36 hours to ROCK South Oak Park!

Check out our video recap of our pilot Rock the Block from October 2018!

Rock the Block is a unique and incredible opportunity for business leaders and individuals in our Sacramento region to join together with Habitat for Humanity Greater Sacramento, socially-engaged community leaders, and residents to improve our community.

About Rock the Block:

Can you imagine living in a home that was about to fall down on top of you?  Did you know there are people here in Sacramento living like that – without hope?

“Rock the Block” is a one-of-a-kind Habitat led coalition of residents, nonprofits, and organizations brought together to repair homes and revitalize South Oak Park.  Our 2019 Rock the Block catalyzed over 30 organizations, nonprofits, community groups, elected officials, law enforcement, and over 400 volunteers to work together with residents to uplift South Oak Park. In 2 days, we repaired 23 homes and supported 7 community projects for a total of 29 projects completed in 36 hours.

With your investment of support for Rock the Block 2020, we can continue to increase our impact year after year, add more substantial improvements to the neighborhood’s community assets, and drive this revitalization forward. 

What kind of repairs do we do for Rock the Block?

  • External paint
  • Fencing
  • Landscaping
  • Yard Clean Up

If you are in need of more critical repairs, please reach out to or (916) 440-1215 ext.1102 for more information about our Critical Home Repairs program.

Application Requirements:

  1. Applicants must own and occupy the home as their primary residence.
    • Must be able to provide a copy of the Deed, most recent Mortgage Statement, and proof of Homeowners Insurance.
  2. Live in South Oak Park (Contact our office if you would like to know if you address is in our service area).
  3. Applicants must be willing to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento by staying in communication with staff contributing Sweat Equity volunteer labor hours to the repair project.  Those who are not physically able to help with repairs must participate in other volunteer opportunities.


Submit an Inquiry Form:


Planning is currently underway for Rock the Block 2020.  Contact our Community Outreach Coordinator at or (916) 440-1215 ext.1102 for information about Rock the Block.