Kansas City Neighborhood Safety Program
Program Overview
At Ring, we believe in making neighborhoods safer for everyone. Achieving this mission includes seeking the guidance of those who know their communities the best. To better understand and support community safety in Kansas City, Ring is working with local non-profit AdHoc Group Against Crime. Together, Ring and AdHoc have launched a community donation program in the spirit of AdHoc's mission to support local residents in Kansas City neighborhoods.
Program Details
  • 750 Ring Video Doorbells will be donated at no cost to residents
  • Ring will cover the installation cost associated with the donated device
  • Ring will provide a Ring Protect Basic video recording subscription for the life of the donated device at no cost to residents
  • Residents interested in receiving a donated device must submit an application via the form below
  • Applicants who meet the eligibility requirements below will be selected to receive a donated device on a first come first served basis
  • Eligibility Requirements
  • Resident must have working wifi with high-speed internet
  • Resident must own a mobile device with internet access and the capability to download and run the Ring App (available on iOS, Android, and Fire OS devices)
  • Resident must reside in Blue Hills, Blue Valley, East 23rd Street PAC, Foxtown West, Heart of the City, Historic Manheim Park, Independence Plaza, Indian Mound, Ivanhoe, Key Coalition, Marlborough, North Blue Ridge, Oak Park, Paseo West, Ruskin Heights, Ruskin Hills, Santa Fe, Seven Oaks, Sheraton Estates, South Round Top, Town Fork Creek, Tri-Blenheim, Washington Wheatley, Wendell Phillips/Downtown East
  • Resident must not already own a Ring Doorbell
  • Resident must be able to meet the device installer in-person at the time of installation
  • Resident must schedule their free device installation within seven days of being notified that they were selected to receive a Ring device as part of this program

  • Click here to view Frequently Asked Questions
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  • To be eligible for the Kansas City Neighborhood Safety Program (the “Program”), you must be an individual legal resident at the time of redemption of Blue Hills, Blue Valley, East 23rd Street PAC, Foxtown West, Heart of the City, Historic Manheim Park, Independence Plaza, Indian Mound, Ivanhoe, Key Coalition, Marlborough, North Blue Ridge, Oak Park, Paseo West, Ruskin Heights, Ruskin Hills, Santa Fe, Seven Oaks, Sheraton Estates, South Round Top, Town Fork Creek, Tri-Blenheim, Washington Wheatley, or Wendell Phillips/Downtown East, at least 18 years of age at the time of redemption, and have high speed internet, a wifi connection, and a smartphone or tablet capable of running the Ring App. Businesses are not eligible for the Program.

  • To redeem the offer, fill and complete the Entry Form on this page.

  • Limit one (1) entry per household. Offer expires earlier of 10/31/2020, or while supplies last.

  • Offer good while supplies last, limited devices in each area.

  • Recipients will each receive one (1) Ring Video Doorbell 3 or Ring Peephole Cam, a Ring Protect Basic plan for the life of the device, and professional installation. Devices will be received only upon installation.

  • If selected, the recipient will have seven (7) days, from the date they are notified, to schedule their installation. If the recipient fails to schedule within seven (7) days, they will lose their program eligibility

  • Ring reserves the right to modify or cancel the offer at any time. Taxes may apply to the full value of discounted and free promotional items. Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold. If you violate any of these terms, the offer will be invalid. Offer may not be combined with other offers.
  • Frequently Asked Questions
    Why did Ring decide to pursue this program?
    At Ring, we believe in making neighborhoods safer for everyone. We also know that achieving this mission requires the guidance of those who know their communities best. We are committed to working with local, mission-driven groups so that we can better understand how to support and make a positive impact in communities.

    Through our work with AdHoc, we are able to support families and individuals in Kansas City neighborhoods and communities impacted by violence and high crime rates. We believe in the meaningful work AdHoc is doing to provide residents with the community support and mental health services they need most, and to build bridges between communities and those who serve them.
    Why did Ring choose Kansas City, specifically?
    Kansas City stakeholders approached Ring in hopes of working together to develop a program to support local residents in neighborhoods impacted by violence. While we are starting with a program in Kansas City, Ring hopes to work with local leaders and community groups in various cities across the country in an effort to help make neighborhoods safer.
    Is this program open to all residents of Kansas City, or how will eligibility be determined?
    Program applicants will be eligible if they:
  • Reside in one of the following neighborhoods: Blue Hills, Blue Valley, East 23rd Street PAC, Foxtown West, Heart of the City, Historic Manheim Park, Independence Plaza, Indian Mound, Ivanhoe, Key Coalition, Marlborough, North Blue Ridge, Oak Park, Paseo West, Ruskin Heights, Ruskin Hills, Santa Fe, Seven Oaks, Sheraton Estates, South Round Top, Town Fork Creek, Tri-Blenheim, Washington Wheatley, Wendell Phillips/Downtown East. See FAQ below for all the neighborhood boundaries.
  • Have working wifi with high-speed internet.
  • Own a mobile device with internet access and the capability to run the Ring App (available on iOS, Android, and Fire OS devices).
  • Are able to meet the device installer in-person at the time of installation.
  • Do not already own a Ring doorbell.
  • Schedule their free device installation within seven days of being notified that they were selected to receive a donated Ring device.
  • How will applicants be selected?
    Applicants who meet the eligibility requirements will be selected to receive a donated device on a first come first served basis according to the date the applicant submitted an application.
    What is Ring providing to residents that are selected to participate in this program?
  • Ring will donate 750 Ring Video Doorbell devices at no cost to residents.
  • Ring will cover the installation cost associated with the donated device.
  • Ring will provide a Ring Protect Basic subscription for the life of the device received as part of this program at no cost to residents.
  • When does the program’s online application form open and close?
    The online application form will open on July 27, 2020. We will accept application forms until October 31, 2020, or while supplies last.
    How will I find out if I was selected to receive a donated Ring device?
    Ring will notify residents within 3 to 5 business days of completing the application form.
    How will I receive my donated Ring device?
    Participating residents will receive their Ring device during their scheduled installation appointment.
    How will the device installation process work?
  • Residents will receive their donated Ring device during their free installation appointment, which must be scheduled within seven days of being notified that they were selected to receive a Ring device.
  • Installer will demonstrate the various features of the device, the Ring App and additional Ring resources for participating residents.
  • Installation is required in order for residents to receive the device.
  • Installer will have personnel available to manage appointment scheduling.
  • Installer will not use or store any personally identifiable information of the participating resident other than as necessary to complete and verify installation.
  • Are there additional requirements placed on residents that are selected?
    No, residents selected to receive a donated device will not be subject to any additional requirements than those outlined in the eligibility criteria.
    Who will be provided with the location of donated devices?
    Only Ring and the installation company will have device locations for the purpose of completing the installations.
    Which neighborhoods are eligible?
    Below is a list of eligible neighborhoods in Kansas City along with the north, east, south and west boundaries of each neighborhood.

    Blue Hills
    North: 47th St, East: Prospect Ave, South: 63rd St, West: The Paseo
    Blue Valley
    North: 12th St, East: Topping Ave, South: Hwy 40/31st St, West: I-435
    East 23rd Street PAC
    North: Truman Rd, East: Van Brunt Blvd, South: I-70, West: I-70
    Foxtown West
    North: 67th St, East: Cleveland Ave, South: Gregory Blvd, West: Prospect Ave
    Heart of the City
    North: Linwood Blvd, East: The Paseo, South: E Armour Blvd, West: Troost Ave
    Historic Manheim Park
    North: 39th St, East: The Paseo, South: Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd, West: Troost Ave
    Independence Plaza
    North: Independence Ave, East: Benton Blvd, South: I-70, West: The Paseo/Brooklyn Ave
    Indian Mound
    North: Gladstone Blvd, East: Belmont Blvd, South: Independence Ave, West: Jackson Ave
    Ivanhoe
    North: 31st St, East: Prospect Ave, South: Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd, West: The Paseo
    Key Coalition
    North: 27th St, East: Prospect Ave, South: 35th St, West: Woodland Ave
    Marlborough
    North: E 75th St, East: I-71/Blue River Rd, South: Bannister Rd, West: Troost Ave
    North Blue Ridge
    North: Wilson Rd, East: Blue Ridge Blvd, South:: 9th St, West: Manchester Ave
    Oak Park
    North: Linwood Blvd, East: Jackson Ave, South: Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd, West: Prospect Ave
    Paseo West
    North: Admiral Blvd, East: The Paseo, South: Truman Rd, West: I-70/I-35
    Ruskin Heights
    North: 107th St, East: Sycamore Terr/Bristole Terr, South: Longview Rd, West: Bennington to Red Ridge
    Ruskin Hills
    North: 109th Terrace, East: Longview Ct, South: Longview Rd, West: Herrick Ave
    Santa Fe
    North: 27th St, East: Indiana Ave, South: Linwood Blvd, West: Prospect Ave
    Seven Oaks
    North: Linwood Blvd, East: Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd, South: 39th St, West: Jackson Ave
    Sheraton Estates
    North: 51st St, East: Lister Ave, South: 53rd St, West: Jackson Ave
    South Round Top
    North: 27th St, East: Van Brunt Blvd, South: Linwood Blvd, West: Indiana Ave
    Town Fork Creek
    North: 47th St (Swope Pkwy), East: Prospect Ave, South: 63rd St, West: Swope Pkwy
    Tri-Blenheim
    North: 63rd St, East: Prospect Ave (West side), South: Gregory Blvd (North side), West: The Paseo
    Washington Wheatley
    North: 18th St, East: I-70, South: 27th St, West: Prospect Ave
    Wendell Phillips/Downtown East
    North: Truman Rd, East: Prospect Ave, South: 27th St, West: The Paseo

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