Rebuilding Together Clay County strives to improve the homes and lives of veterans, low-income families, seniors, and people with disabilities. We have two programs that help us to accomplish this mission: Rebuilding Day and Safe at Home.
Rebuilding Day is our annual, one-day rebuilding blitz that utilizes hundreds of volunteers on the first Saturday of October. This is the day when we complete most of our home rehabilitation projects.
Safe at Home is our year-round home safety modification program. Our Project Manager trains and supervises Safe at Home Volunteers in completing safety modifications like: installing grab bars, handrails, taller toilets, bathroom assistive devices, accessible showers, modified steps, and wheelchair ramps.
If you want to receive our services, go to the Apply for Aid tab on this website. If you want to volunteer with one of our programs, then contact us at 816.781.8985 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2014 TOTAL OUTCOMES
Communities in Clay County where RTCC completed repairs and modifications in 2014:
- Avondale = 1 nonprofit facility with 18 residents
- Excelsior Springs = 9 homes with 19 residents, plus 1 nonprofit facility with 51 residents
- Gladstone = 10 homes with 14 residents
- Glenaire = 1 home with 3 residents
- Holt = 1 home with 2 residents
- Kansas City = 24 homes with 46 residents
- Kearney = 3 homes with 8 residents
- Lawson = 1 home with 1 resident
- Liberty = 10 homes with 14 residents, plus 1 nonprofit facility with 11 residents
- Missouri City = 1 home with 2 residents
- North Kansas City = 1 home with 3 residents
- Smithville = 2 homes with 2 residents
TOTALS = 63 homes with 114 residents served, plus 3 nonprofit facilities with 80 residents
TYPES OF REPAIRS AND MODIFICATIONS COMPLETED:
Restore heating and cooling
Fix dangerous electrical problems
Repair faulty plumbing conditions
Install new water heaters
Build wheelchair ramps
Repair rotten flooring
Install grab bars and handrails
Install bathroom assistive devices
Create more stable and accessible entrances
Plus many more types of urgent repairs and safety modifications.
VALUE OF OUR SERVICES:
In 2014, 431volunteers invested 6,619 hours and completed home repairs and modifications worth a market value of $205,987 for Clay County residents.
OUTCOMES SINCE OUR INCEPTION IN 2001:
1. Total Number of Volunteers: 4,188
2. Total Number of Homes Repaired: 448
3. Total Number of Children Served: 204
4. Total Number of Elderly Served: 302
5. Total Number of Disabled Served: 296
6. Total Number of Volunteer Hours: 41,606
7. Total Market Value of Repairs and Modifications Completed: $1,614,103
Thanks for your support!