Since the founding of our company, giving back to the communities where we build has been a core value. We are invested in not only providing high quality homes, but lending a helping hand wherever we can.
Each year, teams in our new home communities throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston areas select a non-profit organization, school, or ministry that makes a big impact locally. Each team is given $2,500 to donate as they see fit. Here are a few examples of how our teams and communities chose to give back in 2021!
The Cloverleaf Crossing Townhomes team in Mesquite, TX chose to give back to the Mesquite ISD Education Foundation. This non-profit is dedicated to enriching and enhancing the education of Mesquite's 40,000 students, providing funds for projects and programs outside the regular school district's budget. In 2021, Cloverleaf Crossing donated $2,500, which the organization used to purchase bikes for 20 exemplary students at Tosch Elementary School. You can watch this news segment all about it!
Bozeman Farms Estates in Wylie, TX invested their resources in Youth With a Mission Wylie, a local chapter of an international organization that is dedicated to the mobilization of young people to spread the gospel. The team's $2,500 donation was used to purchase a computer and tablet for client intake, charting and other administrative functions of the local pregnancy resource center.
Heartland in Heartland, TX was inspired to help the Say Never Network, which works to eliminate the overpopulation of pets in underprivileged communities, and works with city shelters to spay and neuter those pets. The $2,500 went to grants and donations that helped to reduce the cost of spay/neuter services for those who cannot afford it.
The team at Waterscape provided a donation to the Royse City Animal Shelter, which is dedicated to reuniting lost pets with families and rehoming unclaimed pets. One thousand dollars went to sponsor animal adoption fees and provide supplies to pets at the shelter. Waterscape also donated $1,500 to the Royse City Chamber of Commerce, which runs a program to meet the basic needs of food, clothing, and school supplies for children within Royse ISD.
Klein Grove in Katy, TX provided support to Northwest Assistance Ministries, which strives to meet basic human needs of local residents through their Neighbors Helping Neighbors program. Some of their initiatives include a food pantry, housing services, emergency basic needs, pediatric health care, Meals on Wheels, and job training. Klein Grove's donation of $2,500 was used to fill the food pantry.
Chapin Village in Fort Worth,TX used their resources to help the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society provide financial, educational, and other assistance to members of the Naval Services of the U.S., eligible family members, and survivors when in need. The $2,500 went toward financial assistance and education.
The Katy Lakes team in Katy, TX donated $2,500 to Katy ISD to help start the Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) program at Peter McElwain Elementary. This program focuses on the prevention of violence in schools by using the positive influence of fathers and father figures.
Read more about the many ways HistoryMaker Homes' embraces the Joy of Giving.
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