08.16.21

Dual Military Family Breaks Ground on Mortgage-Free Pulte Home in Minnesota

PulteGroup’s Built to Honor® program surprised U.S. Army Sergeant Efferim Tillman and Army Specialist Jessica Poplin with a life-changing announcement: they will receive a brand-new mortgage-free Pulte home at Trillium Cove in Prior Lake. 

06.30.21

PulteGroup Breaks Ground on New Mortgage-Free Home for Wounded Veteran at Del Webb Nocatee

U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Ellis “Jerry” Majetich had already received the life-changing news that PulteGroup is building him a new mortgage-free home through its Built to Honor® program. Now, Staff Sergeant Majetich and his family have officially broken ground on their future home at Del Webb Nocatee in Ponte Vedra, Florida.

06.21.21

PulteGroup’s Built to Honor Program Surprises Gold Star Family with Mortgage-Free Home in Raleigh

Gold Star spouse Maggie Duskin and her family received the surprise of a lifetime: they will be the recipients of a new mortgage-free home thanks to PulteGroup’s Built to Honor® program and Operation Coming Home.

05.27.21

PulteGroup’s Built to Honor Program Awards Mortgage-Free Home to United States Marine Corps Veteran in Dallas

In a special dedication event, United States Marine Corps Sergeant Patrick Murray received the keys to his new mortgage-free Pulte Home in the Somerset community in Mansfield, Texas. The home was donated by PulteGroup’s Built to Honor® program, which provides the gift of a new home to wounded veterans and their families across the country.

05.17.21

PulteGroup’s Built to Honor Program Surprises Purple Heart Recipient with Mortgage-Free Home in Charlotte, North Carolina

U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Carl Roush received the surprise of a lifetime: he will be the recipient of a brand-new mortgage-free home through PulteGroup’s Built to Honor® program. SFC Roush was surprised with the big news after arriving at Pulte Homes’ Southstone community in Stallings, North Carolina. 

05.13.21

PulteGroup’s West Florida Division Named #1 Best Place to Work by Tampa Bay Business Journal

The West Florida Division of PulteGroup has received one of the highest honors a local business can receive from the Tamp Bay Business Journal. The publication has named it the top 2021 Best Place to Work among companies with more than 100 employees.

03.09.21

PulteGroup’s Built to Honor Program Surprises Purple Heart Recipient with Mortgage-Free Home in Maryland

U.S. Army Sergeant Bryan Edwards received the surprise of a lifetime: he will be the recipient of a brand-new mortgage-free home through PulteGroup’s Built to Honor program. The surprise took place at Pulte Homes’ Watershed community in Laurel, Maryland, where Sgt. Edwards arrived for what he thought would be his final interview in the application process. 

12.22.20

A Christmas Wish Comes True: PulteGroup's Built to Honor Program Surprises Veteran with Mortgage-Free Home

A U.S. Army veteran and his family received the news of a lifetime this Christmas. They were chosen to receive a brand-new mortgage-free home in Land O’Lakes, Florida, donated by PulteGroup through the company’s Built to Honor program in partnership with nonprofit Operation FINALLY HOME.

11.19.20

PulteGroup’s Virtual Fundraiser Raises Over $158,000 for Children’s Home Network in Tampa Bay

PulteGroup’s West Florida Division held its annual fundraiser in support of the Children’s Home Network, but this year it was a little different.  The team raised $158,475 by hosting COVID-19-safe virtual events that included a “Golf Ball Drop” and online auction. 
 

05.28.20

PulteGroup’s Built to Honor Program Partners with Operation FINALLY HOME and the Houston Texans to Award Mortgage-Free Home to Purple Heart Veteran

U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Justin Reuber recently received the keys to his new mortgage-free and fully-furnished Centex home in the Windrow community in Hockley, Texas. The home was donated by PulteGroup’s Built to Honor® program, which provides the gift of a new home to wounded veterans and their families across the country.