PULTE FAMILY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
100% of profits from The Inn at St. John’s will go to The Pulte Family Charitable Foundation. The Foundation works to meet the basic human needs of the most marginalized members of the human family, including socioeconomically disadvantaged youth; the aged; persons with physical, emotional, and mental disabilities; and those with the fewest material resources.
To this end, The Pulte Family Charitable Foundation strives to enact the Seven-Corporal Works of Mercy: feed the hungry; give drink to the thirsty; clothe the naked; care for captives; shelter the homeless; visit the sick; and assist the mourning.
HUNGER AND THIRST
The Foundation provides grants to organizations that run soup kitchens, food pantries and sustainable water infrastructure.
The Foundation provides grants to homeless programs, youth facilities, foster homes and shelters for battered women.
The Foundation provides grants to educational institutions.
CARE FOR OTHERS
The Foundation provides grants to institutions that aid the sick, captive and mourning.
BUILDING ON 60 YEARS OF IMPACT
Bill Pulte was a builder.
He was well known, of course, as builder of homes and the builder of a company. But really, Bill Pulte was a builder of communities, goodwill, spirit, family and faith.
For more information on the Pulte Family Charitable Foundation and to find out how you can contribute to their efforts, go to pultefamilyfoundation.org.