A Legacy of Giving
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.
Areas of Giving
In accordance with the Seven Corporal Works of Mercy, The Foundation makes grants and donations to organizations that fall into four areas of giving:
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 Foundations 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.
Champions Community Foundation
The Champions Community Foundation (CCF) serves physically disabled young adults by bringing them into a supportive local community and enabling them to live independently.
University of Notre Dame
Through the Pulte Institute for Global Development (PGID), the Integregation Lab (iLab), the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO) and a variety of scholarships, the Pulte Family Charitable Foundation has combined forces with the University of Notre Dame in an effort to address global poverty and inequality through policy, practice and partnership.