Two local master planned communities, The Woodlands Hills and Bridgeland, raised $44,750 benefitting three local nonprofits through The Howard Hughes Corporation’s annual Fall Giving Drive.
For each new home sold in these communities, Howard Hughes made a donation on behalf of the buyer to their choice of one of three select charities, providing new homebuyers the opportunity to make a positive impact in the Greater Houston area. This year’s beneficiaries included the Montgomery County Food Bank, YES to YOUTH, and Cy-Fair Educational Foundation.
Many of Howard Hughes’ builder partners, including Coventry Homes, David Weekley Homes, Highland Homes, M/I Homes, Taylor Morrison, and Westin Homes contributed to the Fall Giving Drive by making a donation to the charities.
Since its inception, The Howard Hughes Corporation has been an active philanthropist, contributing and volunteering to more than 180 charitable causes in the Houston region annually as part of its corporate social responsibility program. HHCares, founded on a commitment to community-focused philanthropy, contributes financial donations, civic engagement, and volunteerism to the community. Through its annual Fall Giving Drive, Howard Hughes and its builder partners have donated more than $220,000 to nonprofits that are dedicated to making positive impacts in and around our communities.