Pulte Family Foundation Official 2022 Dream Tank Sponsor Selfless Love Foundation

Former foster youth from across Florida stepped into Selfless Love Foundation’s Dream Tank for the chance of a lifetime. The annual competition, which invites contestants to share their aspirations with a panel of judges, took place on Friday, May 13 at The Breakers.

Actress and comedian Melissa Peterman hosted the event along with former foster youth Kayleigh Register. Each of the five finalists presented their dreams, which included creating supportive housing, mentorship programs, and support services for fellow youth who have aged out of foster care. Kaitlynn Hanson won the competition. The 19-year-old plans to open a coffee shop that employs people from under-represented groups, giving them a place to earn, learn, and have a sense of community.

“We know that these youth are going to succeed in life, because out of all the kids who applied, these five made it to this competition,” said John Paul DeJoria, Dream Tank judge and co-founder of Paul Mitchell. “They are willing to set goals and do what it takes to achieve them, no matter the obstacles.”

“These young people have spent months polishing their public speaking and leadership skills, connecting with people in their field of interest, and sharing their experiences in the foster care system. The competition is one night, but those skills will serve them for a lifetime,” said Dr. Elizabeth Wynter, Selfless Love Foundation’s executive director.

The judges were so impressed with the contestant’s desire to help others, they decided each youth should receive $5,000. Special guests at the event included some of the more than 600 forever families Selfless Love Foundation has helped to bring together through our partnership with Adoption-Share and their Family-Match technology.



The Inn at Stonecliffe to Donate 100% of Net Profits to Pulte Family Foundation

Extending Our Mission: The Inn at Stonecliffe – Mackinac Island is now an extension of our Foundation and will donate 100% of its net profits to support our grants for charitable initiatives.

➡️ Locally, we established the Pulte Scholar Scholarship Program with Mackinac Island Public Schools providing $10,000 per scholar each year with an additional $1500 for educational-related expenses, such as exam fees and preparation.

➡️ In addition, the program supports MIPS with $10,000 each year to establish a general fund for junior and senior-level students’ college preparation expenses.

➡️ By 2025, this program will provide up to $93,000 annually to Mackinac Island Public schools and MIPS graduates.

Learn more about how The Inn at Stonecliffe embodies our mission in our Annual Report. www.pultefamilyfoundation.org/impact


St. John’s Resort to Donate 100% of Net Profits to Pulte Family Charitable Foundation

The Inn at St John’s is now an extension of our Foundation. Here’s how the resort is living out our mission:

➡️ 100% of net profits will be donated to support nonprofit & educational grants at the Pulte Family Foundation
➡️ Work/Study opportunities for students at Loyola High School & Detroit Cristo Rey High School through a partnered program.
➡️ Resort employees chose five local organizations to each receive a $10,000 grant. Congratulations to Capuchin Soup Kitchen, Covenant House Michigan Mother and Unborn Baby Care, Hope Clinic Living and Learning Enrichment Center

Learn more in our annual report www.pultefamilyfoundation.org.impact