Trial by Fire

rebuild505In the early morning hours of July 14, 2020, one of the resident buildings on Hillcrest Transitional Housing's Lee's Summit campus caught fire. While all residents were evacuated safely and eventually relocated to other Hillcrest units, the building was a total loss.

This building at 505 SW Mission Road was the home of four 1-bedroom housing units for Hillcrest's 90-day transitional housing program. The loss of this building means that 12 fewer families are served each year. That's 12 families each year that Hillcrest could move from homelessness and to self-sufficiency - if only we had the capacity to do so.

New Beginnings

While insurance compensation will cover approximately one-third of the new building cost, Hillcrest is actively seeking partners to help fund the additional $500,000 needed to turn this rebuilding vision into reality.

To date, Hillcrest Transitional Housing has secured $250,000 toward this $750,000 project. Our goal is to raise 100% of the construction costs before breaking ground, thus fulfilling our ongoing commitment to strong financial stewardship.

For information on how you can partner with Hillcrest, contact Cotton Sivils, Vice President of Development, at (816) 682-2952 or sivilsc@hillcrestkc.org.

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