Rebuilding Together Kansas City, Inc.
2050 Plumbers Way, #150
Liberty MO 64068
Wooden Modular Ramp Design
Mission Statement
The vision of Rebuilding Together Kansas City is to create "A safe and healthy home for every person."  Our mission is "Bringing volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of homeowners in need."  
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Clay McQuerry
Board Chair Mr Keith Volpi
Board Chair Company Affiliation Polsinelli P.C.
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2001
Former Names
Rebuilding Together Liberty
Rebuilding Together Clay County
Rebuilding Together Kansas City
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement The vision of Rebuilding Together Kansas City is to create "A safe and healthy home for every person."  Our mission is "Bringing volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of homeowners in need."  
Background Statement Since our inception in 2001, Rebuilding Together Kansas City (RTKC) has improved the living environment for disadvantaged residents by providing essential home repairs and safety modifications.   These improvements include, but are not limited to, such items as: plumbing, electrical, window and door repairs, heating and cooling restoration, lighting improvements, flooring repairs, bathroom modifications, wheelchair ramps, low-rise steps, roofing, and more. Most repairs are made during the annual Rebuilding Day held the first Saturday of October.  At the end of 2009, Rebuilding Together Liberty changed its name to Rebuilding Together Clay County.  In addition to expanding our services to the whole county, RTKC is now providing urgent repairs and modifications year-round through our Safe at Home program.  In May of 2013, we opened our RT Store where we accept donated building materials to be sold, recycled, reused, or repurposed.  All proceeds of the store support the overall services of RTKC to help homeowners in need. In 2017, RTKC expanded its Safe at Home program to Platte County. In July of 2017 Rebuilding Together Clay County changed its name to Rebuilding Together Kansas City to answer the call for further program expansion.
Impact Statement
In partnership with the community, our primary goal is to eliminate unsafe and deplorable living conditions for veterans, low-income families, seniors, and people with disabilities.  
 
2016 Accomplishments:
  • 648 volunteers invested 8,572 hours to improve the homes and lives of these vulnerable homeowners.  
  • Completed essential home repairs and safety modifications on 126 homes and 1 nonprofit facilities.  The market value of these projects was worth a total of $259,956.  
  • Improved the living conditions of 232 residents.  
Our goals include:
      1. Eliminating substandard housing.
      2. Creating a safer living environment by improving accessibility.
      3. Keeping people from facing homelessness.
      4. Helping people to live in their own homes for as long as possible. 
Needs Statement
The most pressing needs:
  1. Financial support - The demands for our services continue to skyrocket each year, but the funding resources have not kept up with the demand.
  2. RT Store Volunteers - We need volunteers to help with stocking, computer work, organization, Craig’s List posting, building displays, repurposing, recycling materials, and picking up donations.  The hours for volunteering are flexible every day except Sunday.  Anyone interested in volunteering should contact the Store Manager, Ed Kephart, at 816.781.8814.
  3. Rebuilding Day Volunteer Crews - We can always use more volunteer crews on our annual Rebuilding Day  - the first Saturday of October.  Crew leaders select their project by attending our House Selection Meeting on the first Tuesday of August.
  4. Safe at Home - Our year-round program utilizes retired volunteers who enjoy getting out of the house to help the less fortunate.  Our Project Managers train and supervises these volunteers to complete home safety modifications.   
Service Categories
Housing Rehabilitation
Community & Neighbourhood Development
Energy Resources Conservation & Development
Areas of Service
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
MO - Clinton
We are proud to announce that our Rebuilding Together affiliate is now serving Clay, Platte, and Clinton Counties.  We expanded into Platte County in 2016 by participating in a new program called the "North Kansas City Aging in Place Demonstration."  This program demonstrated that hospital re-admissions can be reduced by providing home safety modifications and other home health services after a hospital patient is discharged and returns home. We took our Safe At Home model into Clinton County in 2017.
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement Rebuilding Together Kansas City (RTKC) has improved the homes and lives of over 525 families in Clay County, Missouri.  We are in the process of expanding our services to Platte and Clinton County, so we are pursuing more funding and volunteers in those counties as well.  RTKC’s services include: replacing rotten flooring, fixing leaky pipes, repairing dangerous steps, installing grab bars and handrails, building ramps, modifying bathrooms, solving electrical problems, repairing deteriorated roofs, servicing furnace/air conditioning units, and more. We also perform weatherproofing projects, e.g. caulking, painting, installation of new doors and windows, so that homeowners can more feasibly afford their energy bills. Through our services, homeowners are able to enjoy a more comfortable, safe, and affordable lifestyle. RTKC’s membership consists of an eleven-member Board of Directors, an Advisory Council of eight, one full-time Executive Director, one full-time Project Manager, one part-time Project Manager, one part-time Administrative Assistant, one part-time Store Assistant, a volunteer Chief Financial Officer, plus a growing volunteer base. We also have a committed group of Office Volunteers and Rebuilding Together Store Volunteers who donate their time for a couple of hours every week.  The Board of Directors oversees the total program and ensures that the services provided are of high quality and are meeting the needs of our clients. The Advisory Council is comprised of local community leaders such as: current and former Elected Officials, Housing Authority Executive Director, College President, Business Executive, Community Leaders, and more – who pledge their support in a variety of ways.  As the cost of long term care is skyrocketing, it has become obvious that our nation needs to place an emphasis on preserving affordable housing. RTKC is addressing this need. Further, one of the tremendous benefits of supporting RTKC is the way that your donation will substantially grow in value. Because of donated labor and discounted materials, RTKC is able to triple or quadruple the value of every dollar donated. On behalf of the entire RTKC organization, I sincerely hope you will help us to keep our less fortunate neighbors safe in their own homes by offering your support.
Programs
Description Rebuilding Day is our annual, one-day rebuilding blitz when volunteer crews complete home repairs and safety modifications for disadvantaged homeowners. We place a high priority on helping families with children, seniors, people living with disabilities, and veterans. Rebuilding Day is always the first Saturday in October, and the House Selection Meeting is the first part of August.  Although individual volunteers are welcome, most of our crews come from churches, civic organizations, businesses, and schools.  If crews cannot participate on the first Saturday in October, it is possible for them to help on other days during the year. 
Program Budget $30,000.00
Category Housing, General/Other Home Repair Programs
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent, ,
Short-Term Success
Short term success for Rebuilding Day would include:
  1. Eliminating substandard housing for Clay County residents. 
  2. Improving the lives of low-income homeowners by increasing their homes' safety, accessibility, and energy efficiency. 
  3. Recruiting volunteer crews from all Clay County communities.
Long-Term Success
Long term success for Rebuilding Day would be to eliminate substandard housing in Clay County, Missouri. We would accomplish this by:
  1. Having volunteer crews from all of the communities in Clay County who would work together to reach this goal.
  2. Service agencies throughout the county referring homeowners in need to RTKC.
  3. Increasing our repair budget by an effective, broad-based approach for all areas of funding (Government, Corporate, Churches, Foundation/Civic/Grants, Personal, and more). 
  4. Obtaining a large pool of professional contractors who will partner with RTKC by donating or discounting their services.
Program Success Monitored By
We monitor the success of our Rebuilding Day projects by receiving evaluations from:
  1. Homeowners we serve.
  2. Volunteer crew leaders. 
  3. RTKC Board of Directors. We also meet as a board to discuss the evaluations and to make overall suggestions on how to improve our processes and procedures for having a more successful Rebuilding Day the following year.
Examples of Program Success The evidence of our success is easy to find in the number of homes we are able to improve on a very limited budget.  Because we use donated labor and discounted materials, we are able to leverage the value of every dollar donated. On our recent Rebuilding Day alone, we completed essential repairs on 24 homes of 41 residents with close to 400 volunteers.  One homeowner wrote: "I can't thank RTKC enough for all that they did for me. They gave me their time and talent. They did an excellent job. They did all of the repairs I asked for and much more - I could have never afforded to get the work done myself. This is why we need RTKC. Thanks to RTKC and their volunteers."
Description Rebuilding Together Kansas City's Safe at Home program is designed to improve safety in the homes of older adults and disabled residents. This program involves skilled, Project Managers and volunteer laborers completing safety modifications, such as installing: grab bars, handrails, bathroom assistive devices, and wheelchair ramps. We also have Occupational and Physical  Therapists who conduct Home Safety Assessments which provide valuable guidance to our installers in creating a safer home environment. Our Project Managers have over 20 years of building and remodeling experience, and they oversee the completion of each project.  They also train and supervise the Safe at Home Volunteers.  The Executive Director is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist who provides oversight of the entire program.
Program Budget $20,000.00
Category Housing, General/Other Barrier-Free Housing
Population Served Elderly and/or Disabled, ,
Short-Term Success Rebuilding Together Kansas City is training and certifying volunteer craftsmen to install new adaptive devices. We receive reduced prices on our material purchases from local suppliers. We have a partnership with Liberty Hospital, North Kansas City Hospital, and Excelsior Springs Hospital to provide Occupational and Physical Therapist services for our home assessments. Our short term goals are to have 30 Safe at Home Volunteers on call to complete the home modification projects as they arise. We are fortunate that Clay County Senior Services and Platte County Senior Fund fund our projects for clients that are 60+ years old.  However, funding for those under 60 is a challenge.  Although we like helping seniors, we also like to help people of ALL ages who have disabling conditions.   We also participate in the Senior Falls Prevention Coalition of Clay/Platte Counties that is networking the services of several local agencies including: Clay County Public Health Center, Clay County Senior Services, Northland Shepherds Center, Good Samaritan Center, Liberty Silver Center, and others. We are delighted to be a part of this effort to create safe and healthy homes.
Long-Term Success Long term success for our Home Safety program will be found in the reduction of injuries caused by accidents in the home. Clay County was recently identified as having one of the highest rates of injuries from falls in the state of Missouri. Rebuilding Together Kansas City is striving to become the "go to" organization in Clay County that will reduce those disturbing numbers. One of our overarching goals is to help residents stay in their own homes for as long as possible. One of the ways to achieve this goal is in making the home a safe haven rather than a place where accidents are waiting to happen. We plan to develop this program to where all of the hospitals in Clay County are referring their patients (identified as "at risk for falling") to RTKC when they leave the hospital. Our Safe at Home program includes a home safety assessment which identifies areas in the homes that need to be modified to create a safer living environment.
Program Success Monitored By
  1. Evaluations are completed by the homeowners to determine if we have improved the safety in each home. 
  2. A home safety assessment will be used to identify the areas that need to be modified. 
  3. The Certified Aging in Place Specialist and Project Manager refer to the assessment recommendations in order to make the best possible decisions in modifying each home.  
Examples of Program Success

Success is demonstrated by these 2016 statistics:

  • 119 homes improved
  • 216 residents benefited
  • Average income of households served = $21,000
Description This is our year-round program that provides urgent repairs for low-income homeowners. The types of repairs that would qualify as urgent would include: no heat in winter, no cool in summer, no electricity, clogged drains, no hot water, dangerous and life-threatening situations, damaging roof leaks, and more.  This program usually involves professional contractors who partner with us to eliminate deplorable housing conditions.  These contractors donate or discount their expenses to assist us in helping these disadvantaged homeowners.
Program Budget $10,000.00
Category Housing, General/Other Home Repair Programs
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent, ,
Short-Term Success
We already have a list of contractors who are partnering with Rebuilding Together Kansas City. These contractors include: electricians, plumbers, heating and cooling, concrete pavers, and general contractors. They are willing to provide their services at a donated or discounted rate. The short term success of this program would be to:
  1. Obtain enough funding to cover the costs of the urgent repairs. 
  2. Effectively reach the qualifying homeowners who are currently living in substandard housing.
Long-Term Success Long term success for this program will be to reach our goal of eliminating substandard housing. We strive to improve the lives of low-income families, and we accomplish that by making essential home repairs - particularly those that are urgent in nature.
Program Success Monitored By We keep detailed records of the services that are provided, and we keep certificates of general liability insurance on file for the contractors we use. Further, we obtain evaluations from the homeowners that we serve to provide valuable feedback for future improvements.
Examples of Program Success Rebuilding Together Kansas City started the year-round urgent repair program in the Fall of 2007 because of the large amount of requests we received from homeowners throughout the year. Instead of forcing homeowners to wait until our annual Rebuilding Day in October, now we can provide services to those in need when urgent situations arise. The types of repairs that we define as  urgent include: no running water, no hot water, no heat in the winter, no cool in the summer.
Description Rebuilding Together has become one of the most effective and productive organizations in improving the living conditions of our military families.  We help both the families of those currently serving in the military and the families of military veterans.  Our goal is to serve those who have so faithfully served our country.
Program Budget $10,000.00
Category Housing, General/Other Home Repair Programs
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent, ,
Short-Term Success The short-term success of this program is to create a safe and healthy living environment where these servants can successfully recover from any injuries or disabling conditions in their own homes.  We accomplish this by installing grab bars, handrails, accessible showers, low-rise steps, wheelchair ramps, and more.
Long-Term Success The long-term success of this program will occur when military and veteran families are able to live in comfortable, safe, and accessible homes.  We aim to help these families to stay in their own homes for as long as possible.  Many of the families that we help are living in terrible conditions that most of us would not tolerate.  We also ensure that they are able to safely navigate through their house by modifying their bathrooms and building wheelchair ramps.
Program Success Monitored By We regularly monitor our programs by receiving feedback from our homeowners.  We send an evaluation form when our projects are finished that requests their ratings and comments.  Our Executive Director and Project Manager are constantly pursuing the "best practices" for our program.  We look for the most effective, efficient, and financially reasonable approach to the ways that we repair and modify these homes.  Through this process, we have been able to increase our services and decrease our costs.
Examples of Program Success We served a veteran in Gladstone one year who admitted that he was close to being homeless.  He had no running water, only two functional electrical outlets, clogged plumbing, no working refrigerator, no central heating or cooling, and floors that were warped and deteriorating.  Our skilled volunteers transformed his house to where he now has a safe and functional home.  This is just one example of many where we were able to convert a substandard house into a comfortable and livable place. We love serving those who have served our country!  
Description Our RT Store opened in May of 2013.  As a "green" organization, we like to position ourselves to recycle, reuse, and repurpose building materials.  We accept donations of building materials, such as: cabinets, doors, windows, flooring, sinks, toilets, light fixtures, and more. In addition to selling these donated materials, we also reuse some of them in our rehab projects.  We will pick up donated goods, and we encourage people to shop at our store as well.  All proceeds support the services of Rebuilding Together Clay County. 
Category Housing, General/Other Housing Support
Population Served General/Unspecified, ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success The store's short-term success is measured by the growth of receiving donations and reusing or selling donated materials.  We are also creating new partnerships with area builders, remodelers, and suppliers to collaborate in this endeavor.  
Long-Term Success For years, we would receive calls from people who had building materials to donate to our organization, and we were not equipped to take advantage of these donations.  Now we are set up to pick up the donated materials and to either reuse them on our own rehab projects, or sell them to others who are involved in their own building projects.  The long-term success of this program will be determined by the ways the store will be able to contribute financially and materially for our services.  We also like the "green" aspect of this store because it allows us to reuse, recycle, and repurpose these materials.
Program Success Monitored By The Store Manager and Executive Director will be regularly monitoring the success of the RT Store.  We are evaluating the best places to get quality donations, plus we are analyzing the most effective way to utilize the materials.  Some of the initial evaluations have been as detailed as how to display and price the materials in the store.  We realize this will be a learning process, but we have been overwhelmed by the positive response the general public has given.  We feel optimistic about the success of the store.  
Examples of Program Success In 2016, we expanded our store and open it to the general public. We have received several benefits by having the store.  Donated materials drastically cut down the costs of our Rebuilding Day projects which enabled us to help many more homeowners.  At first, we were not sure if we wanted to accept appliances in our store, but agreed to it when we had an immediate use for donated stoves, water heaters, and air conditioners in helping our clients.   We are delighted in how this store has become a win-win for us by reducing our project costs and by creating a stream of profitability.
CEO Comments
Picture yourself living without running water or hot water, with no heat in the winter or cool in the summer, with drains that are backing up or electrical outlets that are throwing sparks, with holes in your roof and varmints living in your attic.  What would you do if you had to choose between paying for these repairs, making sure your utilities were not shut off for nonpayment, or having food for your next meal?  Most of us do not face these dilemmas, but most of our clients are faced with them on a daily basis.  We, at Rebuilding Together, strive to provide a solution to their dilemmas, so that they can live with comfort, dignity, and safety. 
 
Rebuilding Together Kansas City is one of the most efficient non-profit organizations that you will find. Because we use donated labor and discounted materials, we are able to multiply the value of every donation. Being one of over 140 affiliates, we form one of the largest volunteer organizations in the nation that is focused on improving the homes and lives of less fortunate residents. Through the efforts of over 5.341 volunteers, RTKC has been able to: help seniors age in place, assist people with disabilities to enjoy greater freedom, improve the living conditions for children who have suffered in terrible conditions, increase safety for residents living in dangerous situations, keep families from becoming homeless, and creating more affordable homes by completing energy efficient projects. "Together We Transform" is our new motto, and we delight in every application that comes our way that offers an opportunity to transform a neighbor's life. Buoyed by a powerful national organization, a growing volunteer base, and a supportive business community, RTKC is excited about our ability to make a significant impact in the lives of our neighbors in need. We hope that you will join us in this worthwhile endeavor.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Clay McQuerry
Term Start May 2006
Compensation $50,001 - $75,000
Experience Clay McQuerry is the founder of Rebuilding Together Kansas City, and he transitioned into the Executive Director position in 2006.
Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start 0
Compensation Last Year
Senior Staff
Title Executive Director
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 5
Paid Part-Time Staff 0
Volunteers 648
Paid Contractors 10
Retention Rate 83%
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency 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 Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Collaborations
Rebuilding Together Kansas City receives tremendous support and training from their national office, Rebuilding Together, Inc. We also collaborate with other service agencies including: Clay County Senior Services, Clay County Public Health Center, Liberty Hospital, North Kansas City Hospital, Excelsior Springs Hospital, Northland Neighborhoods, Northland Shepherds Center, Good Samaritan Center in Excelsior Springs, Love INC, Senior Falls Prevention Coalition of Clay/Platte Counties, Fuller Center for Housing, and KC Communities for All Ages. Our volunteer crews are provided by churches, civic organizations, businesses, colleges, families, and more. Many contractors donate their labor and suppliers discount their prices.
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
National Association of Home Builder2009
Affiliate/Chapter of National Organization (i.e. Girl Scouts of the USA, American Red Cross, etc.) - Affiliate/chapter2001
Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Service to Mankind AwardSertoma Club of Liberty2008
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service AwardMLK, Jr. Planning Committee2006
Spread the Spirit AwardRebuilding Together, Inc.2006
Model Safe At Home ProgramRebuilding Together, Inc.2013
Buck O'Neil Legacy Seat HonoreeKansas City Royals2014
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? Yes
CEO Comments With the aging population, we constantly pursue the best practices to provide the highest quality service possible to our seniors and people living with disabilities.  We strive to allow seniors to safely age in place, and we produce housing options with our accessibility improvements.  RTKC also consistently finds ways to eliminate substandard living conditions, and we plan to always focus on improving the homes and lives of our low-income neighbors.  The average annual household income of our clients last year was only $21,000.  We are serving people who are not financially or physically able to complete the repairs themselves.
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr Keith Volpi
Company Affiliation Polsinelli P.C.
Term Jan 2017 to Dec 2017
Email vhoop@hotmail.com
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Mrs Linda Burwell Retired
Mr. Mike Ebenroth Reece & Nichols Realtors
Mr. Scott D. Hutton ABMC
Ms LeAnn Lawlor City of Liberty
Ms Margaret McLain Children's Mercy Hospital
Mr. Alan Napoli City of Gladstone, MO
Mr. Roy Ragland Homes by Chris, LLC
Ms Audrey Sisco Zona Rosa
Mr. Stephen Spear Pension Consultants, Inc.
Mr. Keith Volpi Polsinelli Shughart PC
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 10
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 6
Female 4
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Meeting Attendance % 75%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 6
Standing Committees
Advisory Board / Advisory Council
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Finance
Project Oversight
Board Development / Board Orientation
Housing and Community Development
Management
Special Events (Golf Tournament, Walk / Run, Silent Auction, Dinner / Gala)
Advisory Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms. Lisa Ainsworth Liberty Housing Authority
Mr. Ray Brock Curry Investment Company
Mr. Art Hammen Gladstone Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Mr. Greg Lund Lund Resource Group, SP
Mr. Bob Nance Excelsior Springs Community Leader
Dr. Cecelia Robinson William Jewell College
Mr. Bill Skaggs Retired Mayor Pro Tem of Kansas City, MO
Dr. Elizabeth Macleod Walls William Jewell College
CEO Comments

“As a Rebuilding Together Kansas City Advisory Council member, I am encouraging donors to consider making a contribution to our organization.  Rebuilding Together Kansas City has benefited hundreds of residents in need, and we are only able to serve these disadvantaged homeowners when others willingly support them financially.  At a time when it is so difficult to get funding, RTKC has been a great community asset and resource. The labor intensive work and dedication of the volunteers is commendable.  We need more donors to contribute towards new projects.“ 

Dr. Cecelia Robinson, Retired Professor, William Jewell College

Financials
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2017
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2017
Projected Revenue $680,600
Projected Expenses $680,600
Form 990s
2016 RTCC 990
2015 RTCC 990
2014 RTCC 990
2013 RTCC 990
2012 RTCC 990
2011 RTCC 990
2010 RTCC 990
2009 RTCC 990
2008 RTL 990
2007 RTL 990
Audit Documents
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2015, 2014, 2013: Financial data reported using IRS Form 990.  
  • Foundation/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
$198,959$88,017$74,065
Government Contributions$68,500$61,600$64,500
Federal----$0
State----$0
Local----$0
Unspecified$68,500$61,600$64,500
Individual Contributions----$0
$0$0$0
$55,358$53,115$28,482
Investment Income, Net of Losses$46$41$46
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$6,484$13,144$216
Revenue In-Kind$0$8,911$0
Other$0$0$0
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$201,363$150,232$123,065
Administration Expense$85,014$80,480$67,401
Fundraising Expense$0$0$0
Payments to Affiliates----$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.281.060.90
Program Expense/Total Expenses70%65%65%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$129,208$47,232$33,569
Current Assets$129,208$47,232$33,569
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$3,325$2,319$1,772
Total Net Assets$125,883$44,913$31,797
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities38.8620.3718.94
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountClay County Senior Services $50,000 --Clay County Senior Services $50,000
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountNorth Kansas City Hospital $48,028 --Sears Heroes at Home $14,500
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountLiberty Giving Circle $30,000 --Continental Disc Corporation $10,000
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Organization Comments One of the tremendous benefits of donating to Rebuilding Together Kansas City is found in the way we leverage all donations received. Because we primarily use donated labor and discounted materials to make our repairs, we are able to multiply every dollar. In 2016, we had $241,469 in donated labor and $17,954 in donated materials. In order to strengthen our financial health, we constantly strive to have a broad funding base that reaches many different resources.  We accomplish this approach by: pursuing grants throughout the year, fostering partnerships with a variety of like-minded agencies and foundations, nurturing relationships with civic organizations, churches, and local businesses, and by holding fund-raising events.  We also benefit from a growing list of individual supporters who strongly believe in our mission to improve the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable homeowners.   
Organization Name Rebuilding Together Kansas City, Inc.
Address 2050 Plumbers Way, #150
Liberty, MO 64068
Primary Phone (816) 781-8985
Contact Email rtclaycounty@att.net
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Clay McQuerry
Board Chair Mr Keith Volpi
Board Chair Company Affiliation Polsinelli P.C.
Year of Incorporation 2001
Former Names
Rebuilding Together Liberty
Rebuilding Together Clay County
Rebuilding Together Kansas City