Habitat for Humanity Kansas City changes lives for low income families by providing homeownership opportunities most would not be able to obtain through traditional means. The mission is to eliminate poverty housing by building safe, decent, affordable homes with families in need.
If you are interested in owning a Habitat for Humanity Kansas City home please contact the Family Services department at 816-924-1096. Learn more information here.
Thank you to Bank of the West, a new partner with Habitat for Humanity International. We were excited to host representatives from several area Bank of the West offices on Thursday, May 9th. We will also receive a monetary donation, thank you Bank of the West, you are fantastic!
We have many wonderful volunteer groups and individuals without which we could not build the homes for our families and fulfill our mission. Thank you to all those who choose to make a difference in people’s lives.
HYP (Habitat Young Professionals); the purpose of this group is to raise awareness and funds for Habitat for Humanity Kansas City. HYP strives to make a tangible contribution to the goal of ending the cycle of poverty housing in Kansas City by building a community of active and engaged professionals with a share commitment to making a difference, one house at a time.
Do not let the “Y” scare you away. We are looking for fun, carefree, positive people who just love life and want to give back to their community.
You can join HYP today by clicking HERE.
HYP hosts many fun events throughout the year!
May 23rd – Happy Hour – Drunken Fish, Power and Light Distrct
June 27th – Happy Hour – Snow and Co. , Cross Roads Area
July 25th – Happy Hour – Hickok’s Grill, River Market
Please email Dana Bass at email@example.com for information on how you can volunteer for Habitat for Humanity Kansas City. We are looking for volunteers all year round. It’s a fun way to give back to the community and also a great way for a team building activity.
On Saturday, October 15th Habitat for Humanity Kansas City supporters gathered at Pritchard Place (formerly 1456 East 66th Terrace) to celebrate seven new Habitat families moved into their new homes.
The story of Pritchard Place began when local businessman James B. Dalton approached Habitat for Humanity Kansas City about donating a property that would eventually accommodate five houses and be named to honor the legacy of John and Mary Pritchard and the faithful support of the Pritchard family. Habitat was then able to build two more houses with HUD funding adjacent to the Pritchard Place project.
Thank you for your longtime support of Habitat for Humanity Kansas City which is the living legacy of the Pritchard’s and the Singletons!
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Learn more on how you can own a Habitat for Humanity Kansas City home.
Interested in volunteering at Habitat for Humanity Kansas City? Click here to learn more about different ways you can give back to the community.