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  • In addition to the thousands of people that reside in KB homes, there are quite a few furry family members living in those homes as well.  In honor of these beloved pets, the animal-lovers at KB Home Houston were eager to volunteer their time at the Houston branch of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) tending to homeless pets in wait for adoption.more...
  • During her time working as a lunch lady, Irma Guerra was often asked by children at the school for food to take home to share with their families. Inspired by this experience and with overwhelming gratitude after surviving breast cancer, Guerra started Irma’s Angels, a non-profit that provides food boxes during the holiday break for families whose school-aged children are on free and reduced meals. This year, the team at KB Home San Antonio proudly supported Irma’s Angel’s Food Donation Drivemore...
  • KB Home Austin’s longstanding partnership with the Center for Child Protection has undoubtedly changed lives. Most recently, the women of KB Home Austin helped raise more than $8,500 as a sponsor of the 13th annual PlayBingo Ladies Luncheon. This popular event brought together a multitude of Austin women and Center for Child Protection supporters for a common cause – ending the cycle of child abuse – and a common pastime – Bingo. With the help of their many sponsors, the sold-out event raisedmore...
  • To have a child fall ill or become seriously injured is stressful enough without having to worry about the financial ramifications of staying in a hotel while your child receives treatment. Since 1974, Ronald McDonald House Charities has provided a home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at hospitals and medical facilities all over the world. With local Chapters in more than 63 countries and regions, there is at least one Ronald McDonald House Charities at 90% of themore...
  • Lights, Camera, DONATE! When a local live theater group, known as the Woodlawn Theater, found themselves in possession of new space for their budding youth program, they turned to an old friend, the San Antonio division of KB Home, for help. With renovations winding down on vocal and dance rehearsal spaces, the Theater asked whether KB Home had any gently used furniture for a parents’ lobby, offices and break rooms for the staff. more...
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