Giving New Life to Old Homes

At Habitat for Humanity, we bring new life to existing homes. In the process, we help families and individuals shine a light on their hope for a brighter future. 

Home Preservation Program

Every family should have the opportunity to afford, maintain and preserve their home. Unfortunately, there are many situations that create barriers for families to keep up with repairs, including unexpected life events or loss of income.  Habitat KC partners with qualified families to provide necessary repairs to their homes. Habitat KC’s Home Preservation Program is a part of our neighborhood revitalization efforts and provides home maintenance assistance to homeowners in strategic neighborhoods across the Kansas City metro area.

Services provided by the Home Preservation Program

Minor Home Repair

Minor home repairs include exterior painting, window repair, brush cleanup, landscaping and similar projects.

Critical Home Repair

Critical home repairs include projects like roof repair/replacement, life safety repairs, HVAC replacement, etc.


Proper weatherization can save hundreds of dollars on utility bills. Projects include insulation work, door replacement, caulking, etc.

Rock The Block ™

Habitat KC’s Rock The Block ™ event concentrates hundreds of volunteers on clusters of homes in strategic neighborhoods, making needed repairs of all sizes. The impact is striking, but it’s more than just curb appeal that is restored. Rock The Block helps restore pride in homeownership for the affected families and helps increase community connections along the way. For information on how you can sponsor a Rock The Block event, please send us an email by clicking the button below.

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Veterans Build

Habitat KC is answering the call to help our brave service members by building and repairing homes, engaging veterans in volunteer opportunities, and educating communities.

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Habitat KC’s coverage area includes Johnson, Wyandotte, and Leavenworth counties in Kansas, and Clay, Platte and Jackson county West of I-435.