Habitat for Humanity Kansas City, Inc.
1423 East Linwood Boulevard
Kansas City MO 64109-1914
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 924-1096
Mission Statement
Mission: Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, community and hope.
Vision: A world where everyone has a decent place to live.
CEO/Executive Director Patricia Turner
Board Chair Reed Nixon
Board Chair Company Affiliation Waddell Reed
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1979
Financial Summary
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Mission Statement
Mission: Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, community and hope.
Vision: A world where everyone has a decent place to live.
Background Statement

Habitat for Humanity Kansas City is the seventh-oldest Habitat affiliate, incorporating in 1979, two short years after Habitat for Humanity was born from a dream of Millard and Linda Fuller. With offices located in Kansas City’s urban core, the organization has built or rehabbed more than 310 homes in the past 38 years and believes that home ownership is the anchor to holistic neighborhood revitalization.

The Habitat KC model provides zero‐interest mortgages on decent homes to low‐medium income families who have:

  1. A need for shelter
  2. Income within the 30‐60% range of Area Medium Income
  3. A willingness to partner with Habitat KC by completing 300 hours of sweat equity.

In June 2013 we established a new initiative to expand our philosophy of creating sustainable neighborhoods with our Home Preservation Program (HPP). HPP focuses on owner-occupied homes in our partner neighborhoods, offering micro‐finance solutions for repair projects such as roofing, siding, and weatherization.

The entrepreneurial, fundraising arm of Habitat for Humanity Kansas City is ReStore. Through sales of donated new and used building materials, unrestricted cash is generated to support the organization. The goal for the 2017-2018 fiscal year is for ReStore to generate $4.8 million in revenue. 

In 2017 we celebrated our 38th Anniversary by completing 35 projects in the Kansas City Urban Core—we actually exceed the 35 and completed 39. These projects consisted of breaking ground on two new builds, nine rehabs, and 28 Home Preservation Projects. Additionally, 265 homeowner education hours were completed, 33,900 volunteer hours were tracked and 467 families were served in some way.

This year the organization is partnering with the Kansas City Land Bank to acquire properties to rehab. Those homes are on the same block and will become a catalyst for positive change in the neighborhood. Additionally, Habitat Kansas City is building homes near 43rd and Cypress and looking to expand production in that area. Habitat Kansas City’s vision is to provide a decent, affordable place to raise a family and build financial stability through home ownership. Its purpose is to build opportunities and hope for the urban core of Kansas City by empowering citizens and neighborhoods through affordable home ownership and financial education.

Impact Statement

2016-2017 Top Accomplishments:

  1. Nine partner families became homeowners
  2. The successful completion of a merger uniting the Heartland and Kansas City affiliates. The new organization, Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City now proudly serves six counties: Clay, Platte, Jackson in Missouri and Johnson, Leavenworth and Wyandotte in Kansas. 
  3. 24 Home Preservation Programs were completed. Projects included: new windows, upgraded gutters, new siding, new paint, porch repair, and life threatening home repairs such as new furnaces and HVAC repair.
  4. 34,167 volunteer hours were logged which accumulates to $788,232 worth of volunteer labor
  5. The launch of the HOPE Program. A financial counseling program that enables families to clean their credit and become better prepared to obtain traditional mortgages outside of the Habitat KC Affordable Home Ownership program.

2017-2018 Goals:
  1. Complete 18 new or rehab homes for partner families
  2. Complete 75 Home Preservation Program Projects
  3. Log 50,000 volunteer hours
  4. Provide financial literacy classes for 150 families

Home ownership has substantial economic impact on families and communities. Habitat homeowners experience lower housing costs (smaller percentage of income going to housing); higher disposable income for food, clothing, education and savings; greater stability (they move less often), better health due to lower exposure to hazardous materials like lead, asbestos, mold and mildew; and higher self-esteem and pride in ownership for parents and children alike. Habitat homeowners are more invested in their community and neighborhoods because they pay property taxes that support schools, public infrastructure, and public services.

Additionally, as part of the ongoing goal to promote home ownership in the urban core, Habitat KC started a new program called the Home Preservation Program. Currently, the Home Preservation Program targets the Boston Heights/Mount Hope neighborhood. This is the very first neighborhood Habitat KC ever partnered with to build homes. Residents are invited to apply for assistance in improving their homes interior and exterior. Types of projects residents apply for include but aren’t limited to the following:

  • Siding repair, replacement, and painting
  • Gutter repair and replacement
  • Roofing repair and replacement
  • Weatherization, including window replacement, weather stripping, and more
  • Furnace/HVAC emergency repair
  • ADA compliance issues
Needs Statement
Habitat Kansas City is a construction company, a human service provider (we prepare low-medium income families to become homeowners), a mortgage lender/servicer and a retailer. Our comprehensive program and services are designed to ensure families experience long-term success.
Our greatest need is for program funding. The construction cost to build a new house is $120,000. We receive substantial in-kind donations worth about $14,000 per house which allows us to build affordable houses for low to moderate income families and provide a zero percent interest mortgage. Habitat home repair and weatherization programs for low to moderate income homeowners to help them be able to stay in their home also require funding. The need for housing services to support home ownership in low income neighborhoods requires financial support from the Kansas City metropolitan area community. Additional needs arr listed below.
  • Volunteers are the lifeblood of Habitat for Humanity Kansas City. We have ongoing volunteer support. However, we are always in need of more volunteers throughout the organization. 
  • Fill board of director vacancies with qualified, well connected individuals who can provide innovative leadership as we move forward.  
  • Materials!  Donate new or used building materials to our ReStores - we sell your donations to the public at a reduced cost and the profits support Habitat for Humanity.  ReStore is a win for everyone involved!  Donors keep their materials out of the landfill and receive a donation receipt for tax deduction.  Shoppers are able to purchase goods at a reduced cost and feel good about where their dollars go.  Habitat KC homeowners and construction crews are able to select items to go into our homes saving on construction costs.
Service Categories
Housing Development, Construction & Management
Family Services
Urban & Community Economic Development
Areas of Service
MO - Jackson County
MO - Jackson County Urban Core
KS - Wyandotte County
KS - Leavenworth County
KS - Johnson County
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
The six county wide service area is a result of the 2016 merger of Heartland Habitat and Kansas City Habitat affiliates
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement

Here at Habitat for Humanity Kansas City we are excited to kick off our 39th year in 2018. Thank you, to the numerous volunteers, donors and families, who make our organization a success! It is all of you who inspire us to keep furthering the mission of Habitat!

Habitat for Humanity Kansas City is one of the seventh oldest affiliates; becoming incorporated two short years after Habitat for Humanity was born from a dream of Millard and Linda Fuller. Habitat for Humanity is among the top three recognized social service, nonprofit brands in the country. We rank fourteenth out of 100 top nonprofits and have built or repaired more than 1 million homes, helping more than 5 million people across the globe. In the Kansas City urban core, we have constructed more than 300 homes in the past 35 years and we look forward to the next 300!
Stable housing is more than just the physical structure – it is a place to dream, hope, and become the best of ourselves. Adequate, owner-occupied housing is vital to the economic health of our neighborhoods. For this reason we restore vacant houses, build new homes and complete home preservation projects for current residents all within our target neighborhoods – Vineyard, Boston Heights and Mount Hope. We believe adding new homeowners and keeping current homeowners in their homes are both key to building healthy urban neighborhoods. 
When a family moves into a Habitat home, a dream becomes a reality – they have an affordable home of their own to gather with family and with friends. They have the opportunity to teach their children about responsibility, home ownership and investing in a community. Habitat for Humanity Kansas City typically serves first time home buyers or families who are unable to obtain conventional mortgage financing. Our homeowners must have a stable income adequate enough to pay for their housing and other expenses. We serve families earning 70 percent or below of the Median Family Income, or about $42,000 for a family of four. Additionally, they contribute 280 hours of “sweat equity” on the construction of their home and/or someone else’s home. Because Habitat houses are built using donations of land, material and labor, mortgage payments are kept affordable.
Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City builds safe, affordable, energy efficient homes in the Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas. These homes are sold to qualified low to medium income families who are required to contribute 280 hours of "sweat equity" which includes attending education classes, helping to build a house, working at the ReStore, and attending community workshops. The homeowner classes include home ownership, financial management, budgeting, home maintenance and repair, credit, and related topics. Homeowners qualify based on their housing needs, providing "sweat equity", and ability to pay on a zero percent interest mortgage.
Program Budget $3,500,000.00
Category Housing, General/Other Affordable Housing
Population Served Families, Other Economic Level,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Short-Term Success In the 2016-2017 time period, three Habitat Kansas City partners become homeowners and two homes were rebuilt/rehabbed for families in need and twenty-one existing low to moderate families received home repairs.
Long-Term Success

In the 38 years Habitat for Humanity Kansas City has been in existence we have built or rehabbed more than 300 homes. Home ownership has a substantial economic impact on families and communities. Habitat homeowners experience lower housing costs.  Habitat homeowners spend less than 30% of their income going to housing and have higher disposable income for food, clothing, education and savings Habitat homeowners have greater family stability (they move less often), generally better health due to lower exposure to hazardous materials like lead, asbestos, mold and mildew; and higher self-esteem and pride among all family members, adults and children. Habitat homeowners are also more invested in their community and neighborhoods because they pay property taxes that support schools, public infrastructure and public services.

Program Success Monitored By

Habitat’s Construction Supervisor tracks the build schedule for each home to ensure construction is completed according to schedule. Each Habitat home passes several criteria before the homeowner moves in to ensure quality construction and home energy efficiency.

Habitat KC’s Homeowner Services Coordinator tracks each homeowner’s sweat equity hours on a monthly basis. Each homeowner is required to attend a financial education and counseling class.
Examples of Program Success
Home ownership is important for many reasons:
  • Children of homeowners are 25% more likely to graduate from high school and 115% more likely to graduate from college.
  • Homeowners are 28% more likely to repair and improve their home.
  • Owning a home is the largest source of personal wealth for most families.
  • The construction and sale of each home built generates significant impact on the economy including job creation, consumer spending, fees and taxes.

The Homeowner Services Program is responsible for recruitment of partner families and providing ongoing services for families who become Habitat homeowners. Qualified families must have:

  1. A demonstrated need for decent shelter.
  2. Income in the 30-70% range of Area Median Income.
  3. Willingness to partner with Habitat for Humanity Kansas City by committing 280 hours of sweat equity.
The Program provides a series of classes on home ownership, financial management, budgeting, home maintenance and repair, credit and related topics. The classes teach families the responsibilities of home ownership and skills for long-term success. Each family in the program works with the Homeowner Services Coordinator as they complete the home ownership classes and sweat equity hours. The Homeowner Services Coordinator also provides referrals to services in the community as needed.
Category Housing, General/Other Affordable Housing
Population Served Families, Other Economic Level, Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success

At least 450 interested families have attended a home ownership application session. Selected families to become Habitat homeowners must participate in the home owner program which provides the tools for new homeowners to be financially successful. 

Long-Term Success
  • Families successfully completing the home ownership program will have a greater opportunity to become financially self sufficient and build wealth.
Program Success Monitored By Our Homeowner Services Coordinator works with the individual families on a one-on-one and group basis. The sweat equity requirement, 280 hours which includes 35 hours of homeowner education classes, is tracked monthly. 
Examples of Program Success

Since our founding 38 years ago, more than 300 families have completed the Homeowner Services Program. This number continues to rise alongside the need for housing in the Kansas City urban core. 

In two of the neighborhoods where we have built homes, Habitat KC homeowners have served as neighborhood presidents. Esther Kershaw is one of the first five families in Habitat Kansas City's first partner neighborhoods, Boston Heights-Mount Hope. Esther is currently serving as the neighborhood president and has played a critical role in the resurgence of their neighborhood.

Habitat Kansas City ReStore is a building materials warehouse that sells donated building materials to the public at bargain prices. This environmentally friendly program provides sustainable income for our other programs as well as operating income. Some donated materials are used in the home building program which effectively reduces the cash costs of homes. Habitat ReStore income covers 100% of our overhead costs.  Additional net income goes toward construction costs.

  • The majority of the materials are donated by individuals and community partners. We also purchase some materials from business partners through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity International.   
  • An added benefit of the ReStore program is the more than 60 million pounds of materials diverted from area landfills over the past 15 years. 
  • There are five ReStore locations at 4701 Deramus, 8518 N. Oak Trafficway and 303 W. 79th Street in Kansas City, MO; 1270 Merriam Lane in Kansas City, Kansas and 8722 Sante Fe in Overland Park, Kansas.
The ReStore program has won several environmental awards and high acclaims for the number of Habitat families that now have a safe, decent place to call home due to the financial contribution of ReStore to Habitat Kansas City.
Category Environment, General/Other Recycling
Population Served Adults, Families,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success

Habitat for Humanity Kansas City Restore operations over the last several years have annually provided greater revenues towards the core mission of providing needy families with decent, affordable and safe housing; and kept materials out of area landfills through reuse.

Long-Term Success

More than 60 million pounds of material have been diverted from the Kansas City landfill. 

Program Success Monitored By

Program success is monitored by tracking the donations coming in and the income made by selling materials to the larger community. ReStore income is a sustainable source of funding that enables Habitat KC to continue to build homes, especially  in the urban core. 

Examples of Program Success

ReStore staff has developed relationships with corporations and foundations that continue to provide new and used building materials which allows us to also use ReStore materials in our homes. 

The Home Preservation Program is currently available to the residents of the Boston Heights and Mt. Hope neighborhood. Residents in this neighborhood are invited to apply for assistance in improving their homes in one of three categories:
  1. Siding repair, replacement, and painting.
  2. Gutter repair and replacement.
  3. Weatherization including window replacement, attic insulation and more.
Homeowners will be responsible for repaying a certain portion of the project costs, at a considerable discount to typical market prices. These prices are determined by the Habitat KC construction staff after a construction assessment of the proposed project, and a price and payment plan are agreed upon. The Home Preservation Program is planned to be expanded to additional areas over the next five years.
Program Budget $1,300,000.00
Category Housing, General/Other Affordable Housing
Population Served At-Risk Populations, Adults, Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
In 2016 Habitat for Humanity KC assisted xxxx families with essential home repair projects.  Projects included: new windows, upgraded gutters, new siding, new paint, porch repair, and life threatening home repairs such as new furnaces and HVAC repair.
Long-Term Success
Since the Home Preservation Program was founded three years ago, Habitat for Humanity KC has assisted families with essential home repair projects. The program will continue to expand to additional neighborhoods in the Kansas City urban core.   
Program Success Monitored By HPP is monitored by the HPP Site Supervisor. The supervisor tracks the number of families that apply, complete payments, and eventually have their requested projects completed by the Habitat KC construction staff. 
Examples of Program Success In 2016, HPP enabled xxxx home owners to receive repairs to their houses, bettering their ability to afford to stay in a safe, decent and affordable home. Projects included: new windows, upgraded gutters, new siding, and new paint. 
CEO Comments
Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City changes the lives of hard-working, low-medium income families by providing home ownership opportunities most would not be afforded through traditional means. However, our programs affect more than just the families who move into the homes we build or renovate.
Our families contribute positively to their neighborhoods and invest in the city. Habitat for Humanity Kansas City addresses a variety of challenges facing urban neighborhoods. By rehabbing vacant houses and building on vacant lots we reverse the negative impacts of decay and neglect, replacing them with stable, caring families who take pride in their homes. In addition, our Home Preservation Program breaks the cycle of neglect from vacant houses by assisting with upkeep in order to help keep homeowners in their homes. All of our programs bring positive investment and increased stability to the neighborhoods we serve.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Patricia Turner
Term Start July 2016
Compensation $125,001 - $150,000
Hired as President/CEO, Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City in 2016. Responsible for overseeing the merger of two Habitat affiliates and managing the newly formed organization serving three counties in Missouri and three counties in Kansas.
From 2010 to  2016, served as President/CEO of Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity serving Eastern Jackson County, Missouri. Successfully administered a $2.325 million Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant from the City of Independence to build 20 housing projects. Increased the number of families served from 5 to 75 annually by expanding the the type housing services provided, following the national Habitat model. Opened the first two ReStores in the affiliates history in order to increase revenue streams. Increased staff capacity to support growth from 5 to 30. Oversaw all aspects of organization operations. From 2006 to 2010, served as Private Banking Relationship Manager, Vice-President for Commerce Trust Company in Kansas City, MO. Developed and managed a $10 million portfolio of high net worth client relationships. Focused on identifying the needs of the client and providing quality service for retention and growth opportunities. Developed new business relationships through creative local marketing. From 2002 to 2006, served as District Sales Manager, Vice-President for UMB Bank in Kansas City, MO. Oversaw the sales/service functions and overall management of 13 banking centers, comprising of bank managers and 110 support staff. Responsible for implementing the new strategic direction of the bank with a focus on building and implementing a cultural change in the organization. From 2004 to present, Pat has been a lead adjunct instructor of Leadership and Management Discipline at the Baker University School of Professional and Graduate Studies.
Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start 0
Compensation Last Year
Former CEOs
Ms. Yahna Gibson Feb 2005 - June 2012
Lori Smith -
Senior Staff
Title Vice President of Finance
Title Vice President of Construction
From 2004 to present, Mr. Thompson has been employed by Heartland Habitat for Humanity and continuing after the merger with Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City starting 2016. With Heartland, Mr. Thompson was in charge of construction and served as Interim CEO?President. He currently serves as Vice President of Construction with Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City, reports to the CEO/President and is responsible for construction related responsibilities including house designs, construction plans, and supervision of construction personnel.
Mr. Thompson has over 45 years of building, contracting and project management experience. From 1994 to 2004, he served as Operations Manager and then Facilities Manager/Renovation Project Manager with MC Lioness Realty Group, LLC, one of Kansas City's largest full service commercial and residential real estate companies. Project Manager responsibilities included administrative management of the renovation and maintenance for 268 apartments and single family housing units including a seven story apartment buildings as well as commercial structures. Tasks included approving all operation expenditures, and supervision of six technicians, administrative staff and contractors. A significant accomplishment was renovation management for a $6.9 million project of 19 houses in a Kansas City mid-town neighborhood. Renovation management responsibilities ranged from developing the scope of renovations working with architects to working with project managers to implement the renovations.  
From 1971 to 1994, Mr. Thompson was an independent general contractor for both commercial and residential construction projects including framing, plumbing, steel erection, drywall, concrete work and roofing. He completed 50 custom homes for residential clients. Clients included McDonalds, Mid-Continent Builders and Lioness Realty Group.  
Title Vice President of ReStore
David Krumbholz has extensive experience and knowledge in business marketing and the retail sector which he now brings to Habitat ReStore retail operations. Mr. Krumbholz started as Vice President of ReStore with Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City in 2017. From 2013-2014, he worked for Xceligent Marketing to build the sales force and help the company develop budgets, goals, metrics and an organizational structure as part of its growth strategy. In one year, the sales team grew from 15 to 40.From 2011-2013, Mr. Krumbholz was President of ePlus Publishing, a startup company launched to deliver data for creating e-books, subscriptions, catalogs, etc. centered on patent-pending e-book technology in the B2B space.
As President/CEO of Staples Promotional Products from 2006-2011, Mr. Krumbholz built the company into a mature and profitable sales organization with clearer insight into how to compete in the industry by selling and integrating American Identity, a $160 million distributor/manufacturer of promotional items, into Staples Contract Business. From 2000-2006, he served as President of Home Depot Supply with the purpose of leading Home Depot into the contractor/home builder market. during his tenure: 5 new markets with contractor-only facilities were opened; Home Depot won the first military housing contract with Actus Landlease to build 30,000 homes on six military bases; created the company's first outside sales force and established metrics for tracking and measurement; developed and managed an innovative contractor credit program, among other achievements. During the period 1979-2000, Mr. Krumbholz held a number of positions with increasing responsibility with Payless Cashways, from Management Trainee (1979-1980) to Senior Vice President/Store Operations (from 1997-2000). This included positions as Store Manager and District Manager which which provided valuable experience in retail operations.  
Title Vice President of Development
Ms. Koch has extensive non-profit and consulting experience in helping non-profits improve their level of performance. She was hired in 2017 as the Vice-President of Development for Habitat of Humanity of Kansas City.
From 2010 to 2017, Ms. Koch served as Executive Director of St. Joseph Habitat for Humanity affiliate with headquarters in St. Joseph, Missouri. Responsibilities covered all aspects of managing the Habitat affiliate including human resources, real estate transactions, fund raising, community development, risk management and public relations. During her tenure, donor donations increased by more than 500%, a corporate sponsorship was created to re-purpose Habitat homes, a ReStore was opened in 2011 which achieved 50% growth or more each consecutive year, service delivery was expanded to an additional 40 families a year by offering rehab and repair services for low-income home owners and signature event fundraising effort was created increasing event revenues by 84%. She was awarded "Women of Excellence-Employer of Excellence" by the YWCA in June, 2013.
From 2007 to 2010, Ms. Koch was the owner and CEO of MAK Consulting LLC located in St. Joseph, Missouri. Her company provided development and fund raising consulting to area non-profit organizations resulting in $500,000 in new grant and foundation funding. The company provided several services including fund development, database creation and management, event planning, grant writing, non-profit board and staff training, recruitment, campaign planning and marketing material development. From 2005 to 2007, she served as Director of Development for the Heartland Foundation and raised $500,000 in grant and other funding while completing a $ million capital campaign. From 2001 to 2005, Ms. Koch was the Campaign Director of United Way of Greater St. Joseph and managed three successful annual fund raising campaigns. 
Paid Full-Time Staff 52
Paid Part-Time Staff 1
Volunteers 4030
Paid Contractors 3
Retention Rate 67%
Staff Diversity (Ethnicity)
African American/Black 3
Asian American/Pacific Islander 1
Caucasian 45
Hispanic/Latino 3
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 1
Other (Please Specify) East Indian
Staff Diversity (Gender)
Female 23
Male 30
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Semi-Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Semi-Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Due to the nature of who Habitat KC serves, collaborations are extremely necessary for our success. We collaborate with neighborhood associations where we build so that we are an inclusive partner in their neighborhood plan. We also partner with various community organizations to provide home ownership opportunities for transitional housing graduates. 
Habitat actively seeks partnerships with churches, businesses, foundations, and other agencies that share our common interest in the redevelopment of the urban core. These collaborations are the cornerstone of our organization and are directly responsible for the long-term success of Habitat for Humanity Kansas City.
Additionally, Habitat for Humanity Kansas City partners with Legal Aid and Land Bank to inexpensively acquire property to rehab for partner families. This is beneficial in two ways: 
  1. It eliminates vacant houses.
  2. Creates new home ownership opportunities for our families. 
Award for Energy Efficiency and Construction QualityMidwest Research Institute and National Renewable Energy Lab2004
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? No
CEO Comments
One of the greatest strengths of Habitat for Humanity Kansas City is the work done by the dedicated staff and volunteers. Our staff members continue to rise to the occasion to meet new challenges and to take new opportunities in order to move the organization forward. Our teams are professionals in their fields from construction to finance to retail management.
Despite the strength of our staff, we could not do what we do without our strong volunteer department – they are dedicated to recruiting and retaining our volunteer base. Volunteers have always been the life blood of Habitat for Humanity – the organization was built on a model of service and partnership and that model continues today. Through the dedication and cooperation of our entire team, staff and volunteers, we will continue to serve families and neighborhoods in Kansas City.
Board Chair
Board Chair Reed Nixon
Company Affiliation Waddell Reed
Term July 2016 to June 2019
Board Members
Mr. Gene Bosley McCray Lumber
Mr. Eric Bowie General Services Administration
Mr. David Brookings Rail Program Principal / HDR Engineering, Inc.
Mr. Jared Coleman American Century Investments
Ms. Jamila Crawford City of Lee's Summit
Mr. Michael Keleher Law Office of Keleher & Eastman
Ms. Esther Kershaw Neighborhood Association President
Mr. Justin Luehring BKD, LLP
Mr. Dave McDowell President / Austin-Nichols
Mr. Reed Nixon Regional President, ANB Bank
Ms. Kiley Sidman Wells Fargo
Mr. John Simmons Central Bank of the Midwest
Mr. David Sutphin KCP&L
Ms. Christian Zarif Kansas City Better Homes and Gardens
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 3
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 11
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 10
Female 4
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Meeting Attendance % 82%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 0%
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 12
Standing Committees
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
CEO Comments
Habitat for Humanity Kansas City has  a dedicated staff and volunteer base.  We continue to recruit volunteers and board members that understand the mission of Habitat and who are committed to changing the lives of families.
We believe by educating and preparing homeowners to become successful, changing the face of neighborhoods is a byproduct. Staff has continued to rise to the challenge and taken on the leadership roles needed to move the organization forward. The board understands that to make a dent in the need for affordable housing, we need to develop new partnerships and also push ourselves to be better.
The board and staff are working together to ensure that affordable housing for low income families remain a priority. Not only a priority to Habitat Kansas City but also to the families and neighborhoods we serve.
Fiscal Year Start July 01, 2017
Fiscal Year End June 30, 2018
Projected Revenue $8,043,000
Projected Expenses $7,568,000
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2015, 2014, 2013: Financial data reported using the IRS Form 990. 
  • Foundations/corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$14,406$9,964$251,026
Individual Contributions------
Investment Income, Net of Losses($40,510)$25,797$782
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$0$0$0
Revenue In-Kind$2,223,496$93,563$175,807
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$2,239,478$2,560,060$3,394,981
Administration Expense$608,316$490,869$528,254
Fundraising Expense$140,068$793,325$821,655
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.941.040.89
Program Expense/Total Expenses75%67%72%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue41%144%148%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$6,079,129$5,025,287$4,760,373
Current Assets$5,028,493$4,554,348$4,361,726
Long-Term Liabilities$11,485$45,640$17,521
Current Liabilities$119,044$118,624$75,180
Total Net Assets$5,948,600$4,861,023$4,667,672
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities42.2438.3958.02
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%1%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- -- --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years Yes
Organization Comments Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City covers 100% of its operating budget through a combination of  Habitat ReStore revenues and mortgage income so that every dollar from sponsors/funders goes directly to program support.  
Organization Name Habitat for Humanity Kansas City, Inc.
Address 1423 East Linwood Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 641091914
Primary Phone (816) 924-1096
Contact Email info@habitatkc.org
CEO/Executive Director Patricia Turner
Board Chair Reed Nixon
Board Chair Company Affiliation Waddell Reed
Year of Incorporation 1979