Temporarily Moved

We’ve temporarily moved while we renovate our headquarters to better serve the Kansas City community. You can still make a donation by mail by sending your check to 739 Broadview Ave., Kansas City, Kansas, 66101.

Use the button below to learn more about our building renovation.

Framing Our Future

Changing Lives Together

Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City is committed to making homeownership possible for families in our community and your gift helps us do just that. Together we will empower families and individuals, transforming lives and neighborhoods in our community.

Read below to see what your gift can buy for a family in need and when you are ready to donate please complete the form. Be sure to check if your employer will match your donation. It’s a great way to double your impact!

$50 buys the paint needed to decorate the walls of a child's first bedroom.

$100 buys a stove to make a home-cooked meal for a family dinner.

$250 builds a front porch where parents can watch their children play in the yard.

$500 buys sturdy doors and windows to keep a home safe and secure.

$1000 insulates a home keeping it comfortable year-round in every season.

Help us build even more.

With your help, we're building brighter futures for Kansas City families, but we need tools to do it! You can help us build even more by donating a tool to us from our Amazon wish list. All items from this list will be used on our construction sites by volunteers like you and your donation is tax deductible.

Habitat KC's Amazon Wish List

Thank you for your support!

By making a donation, you are providing strength, stability and self-reliance; helping us realize our vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Thank you!

*Due to an increase in remote work opportunities, direct mail acknowledgment letters may be delayed. Your donation is valued now more than ever. Thank you for helping us continue to build a Kansas City community where everyone has a safe, decent and affordable place to live through this pandemic.