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, and veterans looking to rebuild their lives.
At KB Home, everything we do is Built on Relationships. That’s why we believe that every action we take — from how we care for our communities to how we safeguard the planet, has the potential to make a positive impact for everyone. Our KB Cares program is one way we put that ideal into action.
A roof over every head
FOCUS: SUSTAINABILITY & ENVIRONMENT
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.
We’re not just building homes, we’re creating communities. That’s why we invest in the well-being of those who live in the areas where we build, which means cultivating social connections and caring for people in need.
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.
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.
The Phoenix division adopted a local elementary school, Eisenhower Center for Innovation, and sponsored a Backpack Drive to benefit students in need. Thirteen KB Cares volunteers worked together to deliver 50 fully stocked backpacks and other supplies.
Our Tucson division participated in the Southern Arizona Construction Career Days sponsored by the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association. KB employees spent a combined 120 hours speaking with over 4,000 students grades 8-12 discussing career opportunities in the homebuilding industry — they also donated $1,200.
KB Home’s IT Group in Pomona, California
KBHIT Pomona donated five laptops valued at over $3,200 to Walnut Robotics, also known as The Aluminati, an independently run robotics team of 14 students from Walnut High School with a shared passion for science and engineering. The team strives to develop their own interests in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) while also cultivating greater awareness for these academic fields within their community.
Inland Empire, California
Our Inland Empire division sponsored their 16th annual Golf Classic to benefit the Riverside University Health Systems Foundation. The tournament raised an all-time high of more than $230,000 (amazing!) to support the hospital’s updated Cancer Infusion Center.
North Bay/Central Valley, California
Our North Bay/Central Valley KB Cares team partnered with Funky Chicken Rescue, which rescues and cares for unwanted farm animals and also rehabilitates injured animals — 35 volunteers spent a combined 180 hours building two new shelters for the goat area, cleaning shelters, planting flowers, and rebuilding picnic tables.
Orange County, California
Our dedicated OC team recently donated 19 appliances valued at more than $65k to Habitat for Humanity to help support their important community efforts.
Our local Sacramento KB Cares team donated $2,500 to support Front Street Animal Shelter — they also spent a day volunteering and cleaned kennels, did laundry, bagged food and interacted with the adorable animals who are available for adoption at this no-kill shelter.
South Bay, California
Our South Bay KB Cares team participated in the American Heart Association's Heart and Stroke Walk, an event to support the health and well-being of Central Valley residents and helps ensure access to quality healthcare in the area — nine employees volunteered 33 hours and the event raised over $190,000!
Our local Denver team partnered with Sackcloth & Ashes for a blanket donation to the Denver Rescue Mission, volunteering their time to distribute blankets, serve lunch and tour the shelter.
Our Jacksonville division enjoys a longstanding relationship with Dreams Come True, an organization dedicated to granting dreams for children with life-threatening illnesses. The Rodriguez family, who has a child battling cancer and a father deployed overseas, was surprised by our KB Cares team who decorated the child's bedroom with whimsical murals and donated $5,000 in home products.
The Osceola Construction Pipeline is committed to developing skills for students and to building pathways to career opportunities in a high-wage, high-demand industry, and our Orlando team partnered with the group to sponsor a field trip for Osceola County High School students interested in pursuing construction careers.
Metropolitan Ministries provides meals for over 100 families between their two campuses and serves over 3,000 meals daily. To help support their efforts, 16 KB Cares Tampa volunteers spent the day prepping meals, stocking pantries and cleaning the kitchen facilities.
Las Vegas, Nevada
Our local KB Cares Las Vegas team participated in The American Cancer Society’s Construction vs. Cancer event and were on-hand to greet and distribute KB Home items to over 1,200 children and their families — they also donated $1,000 to the cause.
Raleigh, North Carolina
Our Raleigh team hosted a backpack/school supply drive benefiting Johnston County Public Schools, and 40 KB volunteers spent a combined 100 hours organizing backpacks filled with much-needed supplies for local students.
The Austin team participated in the 19th Annual Play Bingo Ladies Luncheon to raise funds for the Center for Child Protection, the only nonprofit organization in Travis County that investigates crimes against children, with this year’s event raising more than an incredible $1 million.
Our Dallas division donated over $25,000 worth of furniture to Minnie’s Resale Boutique, with five KB Home volunteers helping to move furnishings for an entire home. Proceeds from the sale of these items will benefit Minnie’s Food Pantry and their mission of supporting local families in need.
Twenty-five enthusiastic KB Houston employees participated in the Hess Houston 5k and raised more than $2,200 to support the Memorial Park Conservancy, which is committed to restoring, preserving and enhancing Memorial Park for the enjoyment of local residents.
San Antonio, Texas
Our local San Antonio team partnered with the San Antonio Food Bank to sponsor a breakfast cereal drive — over 65 volunteers donated more than 170 boxes, tipping the scale at 315 pounds of cereal valued at $1,200.
Our Seattle division partnered with Kent Meridian High School for a back-to-school drive, with 15 volunteers donating 144 backpacks filled with school supplies valued at $3,000.
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.
The Dominquez Dream
The KB Home Westwood team partnered with Dominquez Dream and donated $25,000 to support the “Dia De Los Muertos” fundraiser. The Dominquez Dream is dedicated to empowering children in underserved communities to achieve their full potential through Literacy and STEAM.
Annually, KB Home participates in a mentor program through the American Solar Prize competition for solar innovation. Through this program, a $5,000 award was given and KB Home donated this money to GRID Alternatives. GRID Alternatives developed a model to make solar PV technology practical and accessible for low-income communities, while providing pathways to clean energy jobs.
The KB Home Westwood team collected new travel-sized hygiene items, clothing, nonperishable snacks and water to prepare care kits for PATH®, an organization that helps people find permanent housing and provides medical and mental healthcare, benefits advocacy, employment training and other services. KB Cares Westwood also supported LA’s BEST by helping to fund a free, safe and supervised afterschool education and enrichment program for children ages 5 to 12 in Los Angeles.
Tee Off Fore Youth
KB Home Westwood donated $10,000 to support Tee Off Fore Youth, which provides an opportunity for local youth to attend an area golf tournament and learn the fundamentals of golf.
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