KB Cares Key Focus Areas
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FOCUS: SHELTER
A Roof Over Every Head
At KB Home, we believe in helping find a safe and secure place to call home for those in the most challenging circumstances, from victims of natural disasters to those who have been neglected or abused to veterans looking to rebuild their lives.
FOCUS: COMMUNITY
Resilient Communities
We're not just building homes, we're creating and growing communities. That's why we invest in the well-being of those who live in our communities, helping to build strong social ties and caring for people in need.
FOCUS: SUSTAINABILITY & ENVIRONMENT
Sustainable Futures
We believe that when creating new homes and communities, it's not just our responsibility to limit our footprint on the planet. We strive to ensure that our physical environment remains clean and beautiful for the enjoyment of everyone, for generations to come.
FOCUS: CONSTRUCTION SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT
A Foundation for the Next Generation
We're dedicated to training future builders with the skills and expertise needed to build careers for themselves while advancing our industry's ability to make those dreams come true.
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Impactful Partnerships
Our philosophy extends to our partnerships, like the one we have with Sackcloth & Ashes. The organization ethically produces beautifully crafted, eco-friendly blankets, and donates a blanket to a local homeless shelter for every blanket purchased by KB Home as a special housewarming gift for new homeowners. Helping those in the most challenging circumstances find shelter and rebuild their lives aligns with one of KB Care's key focus areas.
Ways We're Making an Impact
Local Communities
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LA/Ventura, California

The LA/Ventura division worked with Bridge to Home to donate over 200 blankets and dinner/desserts to facility residents and visitors. Bridge to Home provides shelter and supportive services to individuals and families in the Santa Clarita Valley. Blankets are a high-demand item for the organization and the homeless population.


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Sacramento, California

KB Home volunteers from the Sacramento division spent 10 hours wrapping and moving furniture from our Sheldon Terrace model homes to St. John’s Program for Real Change. The value of the donation was $8,000. St. John’s Program for Real Change offers programs that are designed to support women and families in the Sacramento area.


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Denver, Colorado

KB Home employees in Colorado volunteered their time and talent to complete a handicap bath conversion for a local family needing assistance. In partnership with Home Builders Foundation of Denver, they helped provide the Lussier family with a fully accessible bathroom.


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Jacksonville, Florida

Jacksonville employees participated in the 20th Annual KB Home Dreams Come True Golf Tournament, which raised over $265,000. Over 30 KB Home employees volunteered 400 hours, and KB Home and its vendors donated over $97,000. Dreams Come True is the First Coast’s only locally based, wish-granting organization dedicated to using the power of a dream to bring hope and joy to every First Coast child battling a life-threatening illness.


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Orlando, Florida

KB Home Orlando sponsored the 8th annual Blackbeard Golf Tournament hosted by The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes Golf Club. This tournament benefits the SSG Matthew A. Pucino foundation providing for the physical & emotional needs of combat wounded soldiers and their families. KB Home raised more than $110,000 for the foundation.


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Las Vegas, Nevada

KB Home Las Vegas partnered with Zippy Shell® and Jeff Kurkjian, host of "Jeff & Aimee in the Morning", to furnish the home of a previously homeless father of four. They donated the entirety of a model home’s furniture, including the primary bedroom, living room, nursery, secondary bedrooms and kitchenware. The estimated value of the donation: $10,000.


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Raleigh, North Carolina

The Raleigh team worked with Food Bank® of Central and Eastern North Carolina to provide over $500 in food donations. Throughout the pandemic, local families have struggled to keep food on the table, and these donations helped feed many local families.


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Austin, Texas

The Austin division participated in the HomeAid® Austin Builders for Babies Essentials Drive, which gathered diapers, baby wipes and formula to distribute to local nonprofits and shelters throughout the Austin and surrounding areas for families experiencing homelessness. KB Home donated over 35,000 diapers, 500 packages of wipes and 6,000 ounces of baby formula.


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Dallas, Texas

The Dallas Fort Worth division donated furniture and household items valued at over $20,000 to Minnie’s Food Pantry (MFP). KB Home employees volunteered more than 40 hours of their time. Minnie’s Food Pantry is a nonprofit organization in Plano, Texas that has provided more than 15 million meals to children and families. MFP also created a resale boutique for its clients to purchase gently used furniture, household items and decorative accessories.


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Houston, Texas

KB Home partnered with Box of Balloons to help give a foster child a very memorable birthday. Twenty-six volunteers worked together for over 18 hours to plan a "PAW Patrol" birthday surprise, including decorations, party favors, games and birthday presents. Box of Balloons is a nonprofit organization on a mission to make each birthday happy and every child celebrated.


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San Antonio, Texas

The KB Home San Antonio team partnered with Salvation Army® to provide school backpacks and supplies to local children in need. KB Home has been providing backpacks to local families for over 15 years and put together over 800 backpacks this year.

Nationwide
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Building Talent Foundation

In 2020, KB Home made a seed donation of $64,000 to help establish the Building Talent Foundation, a nonprofit founded by the 20 leading U.S. residential construction companies. Its mission is to advance the education, training, and career progression of young people from underrepresented groups, as skilled technical workers and business owners in residential construction.