A great big thank you to all of our 2018 Rebuilding Day Sponsors! This annual event, aimed to solve the urgent need for safe homes and communities for everyone, could not happen without you.
Don’t Miss Our House Selection Meeting!
It’s almost time to select your house(s) for Rebuilding Day 2018! See the important details below and how you can access the project pictures to assist you in making your selection!
HOUSE SELECTION MEETING
When: Tuesday, August 7th, 2018 at 7:00pm
Where: Second Baptist Church, 300 E Kansas St, Liberty, MO 64068
(Assembly Room on 2nd Floor – Use South Entrance)
Who: Rebuilding Day Crew Leaders
- Click here to access the Project Pictures. More houses will be added in the days leading up to the selection meeting.
- Email us at Info@RebuildingTogetherKC.org if you are attending the House Selection Meeting and we will send you a list of the project site addresses. Although no home visits are allowed before the meeting, you will be able to find the location of each house.
- Contact our office at Info@RebuildingTogetherKC.org or call 816-781-8985 for more information.
- Want to get your business involved or would like to become a Rebuilding Day Sponsor? Check out our Sponsorship Commitment Form.
Rebuilding Day 2018 will be Saturday, October 6th!
We have your link and promo code to buy tickets for select 2018 Chiefs Games! Simply click on the link and enter the promo code REBUILDING to buy Chiefs tickets for only $33.50 each. With each ticket sold $10 goes toward Rebuilding Day projects!
Promo Code: REBUILDING
Car Show – June 16
Don’t Miss The RT Car Show
All Makes, Models, & Years Welcome
Casual non-judged atmosphere
No entrance fee | Open to the public
Prize Drawings | Concessions available
Hosted by the RT Store
1908 Plumbers Way, #300, Liberty, MO
Saturday, June 16 | 4:00-8:00pm
2018 Chiefs Tickets
NEW! TEAM SPIRIT AWARD: The Team Spirit Award is a great way for teams to have fun, celebrate your time at the Tournament and support Rebuilding Together. Learn More
The team displaying the most spirit at the Tournament will be awarded the Team Spirit Award with prizes and a traveling trophy. Teams wearing these specialty shirts will have an added advantage for claiming this coveted award. Order yours today! $11 from each T-Shirt purchase will be donated to the 5th annual Strike & Spare Bowling Tournament.
Create A Friendly Rivalry
Gain Cause Marketing Exposure
As a corporate sponsor, you’ll have opportunities to gain marketing exposure, engage customers, energize employees, and support a great cause. Sponsorship’s are fun and affordable. Learn More
Create A Red Carpet Experience
With two locations in one night, we’ll need plenty of volunteers to give our bowlers the red carpet treatment and make this event a huge success. Learn More
Taking discarded items and giving them new life.
The RT Store gets its own spotlight this weekend as a show feature at the KC Remodel + Garden Show.
The RT Store, and its parent organization Rebuilding Together Kansas City (RTKC), challenged 10 local craftsmen and artisans, to upcycle items from the RT Store. “Upcycle” is a term that refers to transforming a used item, which some people might think of as junk, into something with value and purpose.
Rebuilding Together KC’s booth in the American Royal Center will display and sell these upcycled gems. You can see what they’ve created and think about what items you own that could be upcycled and repurposed! Volunteers will also be on hand to tell the story of neighbors helping neighbors — by volunteering to repair their homes.
The KC Remodel + Garden Show will be open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $10 at the door; get a $3 discount by using the promo code REBUILDING when buying online at www.kcremodelandgarden.com.
This week, while supplies last, the RT Store will give away a KC Remodel + Garden Show ticket with each purchase.
The RT Store is a home improvement thrift store dedicated to recycling, reusing, and re-purposing housing materials. The store accepts donations of new and used materials, and encourages anyone to purchase from the store. Inventory includes modern and vintage building materials, cleaning supplies, tools, hardware, lighting, plumbing fixtures & appliances, as well as some architectural salvage and furniture. As an organization based on green principles, the RT Store enjoys fostering efforts to recycle, reuse, and repurpose housing materials.
All proceeds support RTKC community service programs, providing sustainable revenue, as-well-as much needed equipment, supplies, and materials for home repairs and safety modification projects to improve the homes and lives of our neighbors in need.
The RT Store is located at 1908 Plumbers Way, #300, Liberty, Missouri 64068. Open to the public, hours are Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, and Saturday 9:00 am – 12:00 noon.
Rebuilding Together Kansas City
Rebuilding Together Kansas City’s aim is to eliminate unsafe and deplorable homes in the KC Northland. In doing so, our neighbors are able to stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. Seniors are enabled to age in place and to live longer, better lives, said Stacie Bratcher, development director.
“With the help of over 400 volunteers, what we do is basically go in and make costly repairs for low cost or no cost,” she said.
The organization will have information at the KC Remodel + Garden Show on its approach to tackling homes needing repair, as well as the benefits of safety modifications for seniors, and other community needs and opportunities.
“Partnering with the remodel and garden show is a great way to spread our mission and gain volunteers,” said Clay McQuerry, executive director of Rebuilding Together KC. “We get to meet so many members of the community.
“More than 20,000 people come to the KC Remodel + Garden Show, and we can share about the critical needs in our community — people living without heat or with holes in their floor or ceiling. These are important stories that many people haven’t heard.”
McQuerry said Rebuilding Together KC had an economic impact of $239,582 last year. Since 2001, 5,859 volunteers have repaired 770 homes for a total market value of $2,296,890.