11.25.19

12th Annual PulteGroup Classic Raises $50,000 for the Frankie Lemmon School and Development Center of Raleigh

PulteGroup’s Raleigh division held its 12th annual PulteGroup Classic Golf Tournament and raised $50,000 for the Frankie Lemmon School and Development Center that provides life-changing education and support to children with special needs and their families. 

10.17.19

PulteGroup Raises Over $150,000 for Children’s Home Network to Benefit Underprivileged Children in the Tampa Bay Area

PulteGroup’s West Florida Division held its fourth annual Building to Make Lives Better Charity Golf Tournament and raised a record-setting $151,211 in support of the Children’s Home Network. Since partnering in 2016, PulteGroup and its trade partners have raised over $430,000 to benefit the organization. 

08.14.19

A Day at the Beach for PulteGroup’s Northeast Corridor Division

Thanks to PulteGroup’s Northeast Corridor Division, there are 1,193 fewer pieces of debris on Sandy Hook beach, located at the north end of the Jersey Shore in Middletown, NJ. 

08.05.19

School’s (Not) Out for Summer!

PulteGroup’s Georgia Division went back to school this summer – all for a great cause. The team took on a volunteer project on behalf of Mashburn Elementary, one of the schools zoned for Pulte’s new North Cove community. Their assignment: making the outdoor area a more productive and pleasant learning environment for students and teachers alike.

05.13.19

PulteGroup’s Built to Honor Program and Operation FINALLY HOME Surprise Veteran with Mortgage-Free Home in Babcock Ranch

U.S. Army Sergeant Howard Appleby, his wife, Yoland, and their children received the surprise of a lifetime: As part of PulteGroup’s Built to Honor program, in partnership with Operation FINALLY HOME, they will be the latest recipients of a brand new mortgage-free home in Fort Myers, Florida.

05.01.19

Bay Area Homeless Shelter Gets New Look Thanks to PulteGroup

PulteGroup’s Northern California team recently completed a needed renovation project for HomeAid partner HomeFirst’s James Boccardo Welcome Center, the largest homeless services center in Santa Clara County. 

04.18.19

PulteGroup’s Corey Wescoe Takes Top Industry Honor

From four-time intern to vice president of land acquisition for the Northeast Corridor division, Corey Wescoe has accomplished a lot in his 14-year career at PulteGroup. He’s accomplished so much, in fact, that he was recently honored as one of Professional Builder’s ‘Forty Under Forty’ for 2019.

04.03.19

Tidewater by Del Webb Embraces a Health-focused Blue Zones Lifestyle

At Tidewater by Del Webb, an active adult community in Estero, residents and staff have fully embraced the Blue Zones lifestyle that encourages changes that lead to a healthier lifestyle.

02.22.19

Pulte Builds For A Cause: Orlando Habitat for Humanity Builder’s Blitz

From the moment the starting horn sounded Monday morning, until they finished on Thursday, Pulte’s North Florida team in Orlando was a blur of activity, joining forces with three other builders for the friendly competition called Builder’s Blitz, sponsored by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando and Osceola County. 

11.15.18

PulteGroup's Built to Honor Program Awards Mortgage-Free Home to Purple Heart Recipient in Columbus

U.S. Army Specialist Daus Hempker received the keys to his new mortgage-free and fully-furnished Centex home in the Hazelwood community in Pataskala, Ohio. The new home was donated through PulteGroup’s Built to Honor program, which provides the gift of a new home to wounded veterans and their families across the country.