Through our Homeownership, Home Preservation and housing counseling programs, 745 individuals received the affordable housing solutions they needed.

129 Home Preservation projects were completed to help 256 individuals maintain a safe and healthy place to call home.

8 adults and 11 children were permanently housed through our Homeownership Program.

470 individuals received the financial education needed to build stability through homeownership.

1019 corporations, foundations, and individuals helped us serve Kansas City families by making a financial donation in FY2021.

“Our partnership with Habitat KC is a key part of how we live our Purpose – to provide help and inspire confidence in our clients and communities everywhere — and we’re grateful for the opportunity to support this incredible organization that is helping families build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.”
—Jeff Jones, president and CEO of H&R Block
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3,408 volunteers donated 45,434 hours (valued at more than $1.3 million) at our construction sites and our five ReStore locations.

“I have volunteered with Habitat for Humanity numerous times in the past 10 years. The Habitat staff is amazing and very helpful. Construction experience is not needed to volunteer – all that is needed is a willing heart. The Habitat staff is there to teach you what needs to be done. Meeting the homeowners is also so rewarding. Volunteering with Habitat is a great team-building experience for your company or non-profit organization to participate in.”
—Beth DeCuir, Habitat KC Volunteer
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Women Build

With more volunteers than ever, Women Build doubled its build days from 5 to 10 and launched Women In Construction Week to recognize the amazing women-led construction companies that help us build.

Future Habitat KC homeowner Sharae with Rosa, Habitat KC homeowner and future neighbor.

In 2021, Rosa worked alongside hundreds of women to build her Habitat KC home. This year, Rosa returned as a homeowner and was excited for the opportunity to pay it forward by volunteering her time and skills to help build the home of a new Habitat KC homeowner, Sharae.

“When you volunteer, you learn how to use tools and see the transformation from an empty lot to a built house. You lift walls, build closets, and see what will be someone else’s blessing. As a homeowner now, I understand what it all means. I worked on my house in 2021 and came back to help my future neighbor with her home in 2022. I plan to come back year after year to help others achieve that goal.”
—Rosa Fregoso, Habitat KC Homeowner
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Veterans Build

Launched in 2021, Veterans Build is impacting the lives of active duty and veteran families by assisting with critical home repairs and providing volunteer opportunities to help veterans fulfill their desire to connect with and serve their community.

With the help of community partners, we completed 14 critical home repairs for local veterans like Wade, who now has a brand new roof to keep his home healthy and dry.

“Living in a home where you’re stressed every time it rains, and you have to put buckets out and clean up, and as a person with health issues, it’s difficult to handle. I’m extraordinarily thankful that there are still people in this world that care about other people.” —Wade Wiederhold, U.S. Army Veteran
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Pride Build

Together with LGBTQ+ community members and allies, Pride Build is building an inclusive Kansas City community where every individual and family has the opportunity to obtain and maintain fair and equitable housing.

“It is easier to get around, my handrails had splinters and some of the wood was cracking. In addition, the replacement of one of the doors made it safer for me.” — Karen Chop, 2021 Pride Build homeowner
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Habitat KC’s five ReStore locations received 13,919 donations from individuals and businesses, diverting over 7 million pounds of usable furniture, home goods and building supplies from local landfills.

And with a new partnership with ReSupply, a veteran-owned delivery service, we expanded our pick-up service to reach more donors and accept a greater variety of donations.