The Howard Hughes Corporation, along with its Houston area communities Bridgeland and The Woodland Hills, has launched its Fall Giving Drive to benefit local charitable organizations.
For each new home sold at the two master-planned communities during the month of September, The Howard Hughes Corporation will donate $500 on behalf of the buyer to one of the following charities, as selected by the buyer: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, YES to YOUTH, HomeAid Houston, Montgomery County Food Bank and Cy-Fair Educational Foundation.
“We are dedicated to improving the quality of life in and around our communities,” Heath Melton, executive vice president of residential master-planned communities for The Howard Hughes Corporation, said in a press release. “With homes selling at record-breaking numbers, providing our homebuyers with the opportunity to have $500 donated to a charitable organization of their choice will deliver much-needed funds to worthy causes. We hope this campaign acts as an inspiration toward building an even stronger culture of giving and volunteerism in our communities.”
The Howard Hughes Corporation will not be alone in this effort. This year’s Fall Giving Drive will also have 100% participation from the homebuilders in Bridgeland and The Woodlands Hills, along with some real estate industry partners, providing an even greater financial impact for the charities.
Platinum-level contributors include:
- Beazer Homes
- Century Communities
- Chesmar Homes
- Coventry Homes
- Darling Homes
- David Weekley Homes
- Fedrick Harris Estate Homes
- Gehan Homes
- Highland Homes
- M/I Homes
- Newmark Homes
- Partners in Building
- Perry Homes
- Ravenna Homes
- Taylor Morrison
- Village Builders
- Westin Homes
- Ray Larson Group – Re/Max The Woodlands and Spring
Silver-level contributors include:
- Neighbors Ellis Team – Better Homes and Gardens Gary Greene
- The Franklin Team – eXp Realty
- The Lippincott Team – Keller Williams Platinum
- The Tello Team – eXp Realty
- Shelley Colley – The Franklin Team, eXp Realty
“The Howard Hughes Corporation seeks to not only provide innovative first-class homes and communities, but also act as a steward of the non-profit organizations that elevate our neighborhoods,” added the company’s Houston Region President Jim Carman in the press release.