Partner Stories



The work of Rebuilding Together Kansas City depends heavily on the financial and volunteer support of our partners - businesses, faith communities, civic organizations, and more. These partnerships not only generate the resources needed to complete the repair and construction projects Rebuilding Together is known for, they engage employees, congregants, and others in real, lasting, life-transforming, meaningful service.

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EquipmentShare Partnership 2023

When homeowner Robert Jones requested a wheelchair ramp for his home, he had no idea what Rebuilding Together had in store for him. Over 20 volunteers from EquipmentShare converged on his home and gave him so much more! During their Corporate Rebuild Day, volunteers not only built a ramp, they also painted, built a fence, landscaped, and replaced posts on a carport.

“I didn’t know that I could really get help done for me. I was so used to doing everything myself,” said Robert. “I couldn’t believe that somebody would do that for me, and I am very appreciative of it.”

Home Depot Partnership 2023

Kirk Douglas and his wife of 40 years desperately wanted to stay in the home that they raised their family in. However, after two knee replacement surgeries, Kirk required a wheelchair, and the house they have lived in for so many years did not have a ramp.

Thanks to a corporate partnership with The Home Depot, Rebuilding Together Kansas City was able to help the Douglas family stay in their home. The Home Depot not only provided volunteer labor, but provided building materials and other funding. They built a ramp, replaced a rotting porch, installed a new door and security door, and cleaned up the yard.


Spectrum Partnership 2023

On Saturday, October 14, 2023 Spectrum employee volunteers, Rebuilding Together Kansas City, and Beyond the Conviction united to revitalize a community center that helps some of the most disenfranchised members of our community pursue career and educational goals. Volunteers performed light construction, painting, and helped set up a new technology training center.

This project was part of Spectrum’s national partnership with Rebuilding Together that seeks to improve 100 community centers across the country by 2025.

Stewart Title Partnership 2023

Stewart Title is committed to ensuring a better home for all. On Wednesday, November 15, that commitment took new life when employees converged on a local home and provided it a much needed facelift. After their day of volunteer service, the home looked like new again!

“Thank you so much for making the day so fun,” said Katie Holtman, Stewart Title’s project coordinator. “It was such a pleasure to meet and work alongside you all!”

This project was part of Stewart Title’s national partnership with Rebuilding Together, and the company’s commitment to give back to the communities where its employees work and serve.