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Supporting Our Communities

KB Cares Giving Program

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 build our homes, has the potential to make a positive impact. Our KB Cares program is one way we put that ideal into action. Through KB Cares, we make active investments in four areas of strategic focus:

KB Cares

A Roof Over Every Head

Focus: Shelter

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.

Sustainable Futures

Focus: Sustainability and 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.

Resilient Communities

Focus: Community

We’re not just building homes, we’re creating and growing communities. That’s why we invest in the well-being of our communities, helping to build strong social ties and caring for people in need.

A Foundation for the Next Generation

Focus: Construction Skills and Employment

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.

Sustained Community Partnership

Sustained Community Partnership

Last year would have marked the 14th Annual KB Home Golf Classic benefitting the Riverside University Health System (RUHS) in Riverside, California, an event that typically raises over $100,000. When the event was cancelled due to the pandemic, our division and its supplier partners stepped in and made donations totaling more than $110,000. This donation, in addition to the last two golf tournaments, has helped RUHS raise almost $350,000 toward their current $1.2 million fundraising campaign to support the expansion of their Child Abuse and Neglect Unit.

We are pleased to have helped RUHS raise nearly $2.1 million over our long history together and look forward to many more years of working closely together to serve the community we share.

Annual PlayBingo Ladies

In 2020, we sponsored the 17th Annual PlayBingo Ladies Luncheon in Austin, Texas in support of ending the cycle of child abuse. The virtual event benefited the Center for Child Protection, the only nonprofit in Travis County working to investigate crimes against children. This was our fifth year supporting this event, and we continued with a $6,000 donation and helped to raise a total of $460,000.

SSG Matthew A. Pucino Foundation Blackbeard Golf Tournament

We were a sponsor of the SSG Matthew A. Pucino Foundation Blackbeard Golf Tournament in Orlando, benefitting injured veterans. In 2020, the event was held socially distanced, but nonetheless drew 150 golfers. KB Home and our suppliers raised a total of $88,000.

Solar Power

As a result of our work as a Connector for NREL’s American- Made Solar Prize, we received a $5,000 award. We donated the $5,000 to GRID Alternatives, a national leader in helping economic and environmental justice communities nationwide get clean, affordable solar power as well as providing job training for installing solar electric systems.

Building Talent Fundation

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 and people from underrepresented groups as skilled technical workers and business owners in residential construction.

Students from Osceola Construction Pipeline

Students from Osceola Construction Pipeline, one of the Career Pipelines for the School District of Osceola County, touring a KB Home under construction in the Orlando area and learning about the construction process (pre-COVID, so not socially distanced or masked).