​​​​​​​​​​​The PulteGroup Charitable Foundation is a non-profit foundation funded annually with a portion of the Company’s pre-tax income.

In 2022, the Company contributed an initial $3 million in funding to begin carrying out its mission. The foundation is governed by a 9-member board consisting of PulteGroup employees from across all disciplines and locations. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Each Division is allocated funds to support local charities in alignment with the foundation’s priorities. ​​​


The PulteGroup Charitable Foundation’s giving is focused on three pillars.

Giving Back to Our Active Military Members and Veterans

Whether it is delivering mortgage-free homes to returning veterans in need through the PulteGroup Built To Honor® Program or supporting causes benefitting our active-duty military members and their families, the PulteGroup Charitable Foundation will work to honor our veterans for the service and sacrifices in defending our country and the freedoms we hold so dear.

Meeting Housing Needs

Our country has a critical shortage of housing for people in need. The PulteGroup Charitable Foundation supports efforts to combat homelessness, house children and families with medical needs, and shelter families at risk. The Foundation will also strive to bring the benefits of homeownership to more Americans – especially those who have not historically had equal access.

Educating the Next Generation of Homebuilders

The PulteGroup Charitable Foundation is committed to educating more people in all aspects of the housing industry. This includes supporting education in skilled trades, real estate and finance – and helping graduates find careers in homebuilding and mortgage finance.


Matching Gifts

The Matching Gifts Program provides matching funds to the charitable organizations employees personally support, dollar for dollar, to maximize the impact of employee charitable giving.

Dollars for Doers

Dollars for Doers rewards volunteer hours to a 501(c)(3) charity with contributions equal to $25 per volunteer hour – up to 40 hours per year per employee.

Employee Assistance Fund

The Making Lives Better – Employee Emergency Assistance Fund was created to assist employees facing financial hardship immediately after a natural disaster or unforeseen medical event.