During Pride Month, Pulte is sharing resources on allyship. Allyship refers to the actions, behaviors, and practices that individuals take to support, amplify, and advocate with others, especially with individuals who don’t belong to the same social identity groups as themselves.
The first step to allyship is to listen. Listen to not only hear but to understand others’ experiences. Start off the week by listening to our colleagues’ personal and professional experiences as members of the LGBTQIA community and gain a better understanding of their journeys.
Another vital step to allyship is to expand your knowledge. Learn about the importance of allyship while gaining a better understanding of the cultures that make up our communities and the implicit biases we sometimes have.
In the end, allyship is all about action. Be an ally in team meetings, with your customers and in the community.
At the start of every June, we celebrate, take pride, and honor the lives of those in the LGBTQIA+ community. Pride month is more than just a celebration. It's a learning period to be aware of the troubles, setbacks, and discrimination that people in these communities still face. Watch this video featuring Susan Chase and
ATLANTA, April 27, 2023 – PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM), one of America’s largest homebuilders, has launched a nationwide partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, a leading youth-development organization that provides safe places, caring mentors and life-enhancing experiences for young people across the nation. The partnership will focus on inspiring kids and teens to achieve academic success
Watch this important discussion about closing the racial gaps in wealth and home ownership. Hear from two industry leaders: Lisa Rice, President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Fair Housing Alliance, and Deb Still, President and CEO of Pulte Mortgage, to get a better understanding about housing in America and how we can be