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The Howard Hughes Corporation, known for the award-winning master planned communities of Bridgeland and The Woodlands Hills, is dedicated to improving the quality of life in and around the communities they develop. The Fall Giving Drive that ran for the month of September raised over $90,000 for charities serving the Greater Houston region profoundly effecting these organizations and the meaningful work they do.

For every new home sold within the two communities, The Howard Hughes Corporation donated $500. The Fall Giving Drive had new homebuyers select from one of the five following charities to make the donation: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Cy-Fair Educational Foundation, HomeAid Houston, Montgomery County Food Bank and YES to YOUTH. The charitable effort gave homebuyers the opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of others, while making a life-changing decision in purchasing their new home.

In addition to donation made by The Howard Hughes Corporation, 100% of the homebuilders in Bridgeland and The Woodlands Hills, as well as various Realtor partners, embraced the opportunity to make a difference by donating to the selected charities. Platinum contributing partners include Beazer Homes, Century Communities, Chesmar Homes, Coventry Homes, Darling Homes, David Weekley Homes, Fedrick Harris Estate Homes, Gehan Homes, Highland Homes, Lennar, M/I Homes, Newmark Homes, Partners in Building, Perry Homes, Ravenna Homes, Taylor Morrison, Trendmaker Homes, Village Builders, Westin Homes, and Ray Larson Group – Re/Max The Woodlands and Spring. Silver contributors include Neighbors Ellis Team – Better Homes and Gardens Gary Greene, The Franklin Team Brokered by eXp Realty, The Lippincott Team – Keller Williams Platinum, The Tello Team – eXp Realty, and Shelley Colley – The Franklin Team.

Looking for a way you can help? To make it easy to get connected with these charities, we’ve included links to some of their upcoming events. Giving back to our local non-profits spreads the spirit of goodwill and creates stronger connections with the non-profits that serve others in the region. We encourage you to get involved.

Contributions to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society will help fund groundbreaking research to cure blood cancers. If you’d like to take part in their next fundraising event, Light the Night Walk is taking place virtually on November 1, 2020.

Cy-Fair educational Foundation – in its 47th year – invites you to help students discover a brighter future by making a donation. They provide educational scholarships to graduating seniors and support staff through development grants. You can purchase tickets here to attend their Salute to our Heroes event on February 6, 2021

Since 2003, HomeAid Houston has been pairing long-term homeless providers with Greater Houston Builders Association members who donate their time, labor and resources to provide housing for the temporarily homeless in our region. Check their website for upcoming events where you can get involved.

Donations to Montgomery County Food Bank will aid their efforts to help meet basic food needs for people in Montgomery County. They can turn a donation as little as $1 into five meals.

Providing crisis intervention, counseling, and suicide prevention services, Yes to Youth serves the Montgomery County youth and their families. You can get involved by playing or sponsoring a hole in the Maggert Golf Outing coming up November 9, 2020.

The Fall Giving Drive is part of HHCares, a company-wide program that promotes a culture of social responsibility. As an active philanthropist in the Greater Houston region, The Howard Hughes Corporation donates annually to over 130 non-profit organizations. The combined efforts of The Howard Hughes Corporation and the builder and Realtor partners raised noteworthy funds for these five worthy non-profits and will provide invaluable services to people in need. A big thank you goes to all those involved in the Fall Giving Drive to make this extraordinary donation possible.

Fall Giving Drive Raises More Than $90,000 For Area Charities