Housing Matters

Nationally, access to stable housing is less assured for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) Americans. Habitat KC is working to change that.

Thank you to Netflix's Queer Eye host, Bobby Berk, for his support of Pride Build KC.

Everyone deserves a decent place to live

We invite members and allies of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community to join us for Pride Build KC! Come swing a hammer and build with us in support of a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to call home.  

By increasing the availability of affordable housing in Kansas City, we can alleviate the issue of poverty housing and homelessness, and increase the accessibility of housing for everyone in Kansas City – including the LGBTQ community.

No construction experience is needed to help Habitat KC build homes, community and hope. Your time and support helps Habitat KC empower individuals and families of all kinds to obtain safe, affordable housing. 

Mark Your Calendar

Pride Build KC Week 2020:
Tuesday, Oct. 13 – Saturday, Oct. 17

Ready to build with us?

Use the button below to reserve your spot today! To learn more,  contact Melissa Jones at mjones@habitatkc.org or by phone at (913) 342-3047.

Meet the 2019 Homeowner

The house constructed by Pride Build KC in 2019 is the new home of the Williams family. Click below to read their story.

Read Leslie's Story

Thank you to our 2020 sponsor:

Interested in becoming a sponsor of Habitat KC’s Pride Build 2020? Call Melissa Jones at (913) 342-3047, or email her at mjones@habitatkc.org.

See The Pride Build Sponsorship Levels

Help us make the Cost of Home something we all can afford.

Bold action is needed to address the increasing cost of housing and to support the residential needs of low-income individuals and families nationwide, which is why Habitat for Humanity has launched Cost of Home, a national advocacy campaign. Over the next 5 years, Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City will engage housing advocates, Habitat homeowners, volunteers and supporters, as well as federal, state and local policymakers to advance access to safe, decent and affordable homes.

Join the Cost of Home campaign!