January 3 2011

Pardee Homes is Building Hope and Sharing Strength

by racheal

Pardee Homes Giving Back

Pardee Homes has been at the top of their game for over 80 years. Winner of 11 top honors at the 2010 SoCal Awards, Pardee Homes is building hope and sharing strength within the communities they build.

Giving back is at the heart of Pardee Homes' background and they are strong supporters of youth educational programs as well as housing aid programs. Giving back to communities they build is an enduring tradition at Pardee Homes, including aiding the Boy Scouts of America. Pardee Homes provides resources to young men to help build character, learn responsibilities and to develop personal fitness. In the late 1990s alone, Pardee Homes donated more than $2 million to Camp Emerald Bay.

“Place young people into a solid educational community, and there's no limit to what they can achieve.” Says Pardee Homes, “That's why Pardee Homes has served a wide range of educational initiatives from scholarship programs and libraries to construction projects and entrepreneurial education, as well as donations of land, computers and more.”

Pardee Homes SoCal Award

Pardee Homes HomeAid serves more than 100,000 homeless men, women and children within 170 nationwide multi-unit homeless housing facilities. Serving as head builder for a 10,000-square-foot facility in Long Beach, California. Pardee Homes is helping build a prototype facility along with the United States Veterans Initiative. As part of the Pardee’s HomeAid, this facility is designed for recently discharged Iraq and Afghanistan veterans to return to productive lives after having suffered from Traumatic Brain Injury or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder during their service for our country.

Project Mercy/Baja Challenge offers aid to the colonies east of Tijuana. Thousands of impoverished families live in conditions unstable to their health. Pardee Homes wants to change that by supporting Project Mercy and participating in the annual Baja Challenge to build homes for deserving families in east Tijuana, with a goal of building 35-40 houses in 12 hours.

These are just some ways Pardee Homes is helping to improve not just the communities they build, but also within communities beyond our borders. For more information on Pardee Homes and the organizations they participate in, check out PardeeHomes.com and for information on how you can help improve your community check out Pardee Homes’ Giving Back.

 

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