Tampa, FL (April 20, 2018): David Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held builder, is partnering with 18 local nonprofit organizations across the country for the next five weeks as part of the third annual, companywide CARE Build Month.
In Tampa, the project will benefit BridgePoint Church’s Building Beds program, which is a local ministry created to ensure that every child in our community has their own bed to sleep in at night.
Between April 23rd and May 15th, the builder will be partnering with team members, homeowners, homebuyers and community partners to collect items from BridgePoint Church’s wish list and also volunteer onsite to build, assemble and paint beds for families in need.
Build Month is an initiative of the company’s CARE program, which is a charitable and volunteer program that strives to make a positive impact in the lives of everyone it touches and in all the communities it builds through its purpose, Building Dreams, Enhancing Lives. This is accomplished by company team members volunteering countless hours to different organizations in their communities and by The David Weekley Family Foundation donating more than $100 million to a variety of organizations through the U.S. and abroad over the past 20 years.
For more information about David Weekley Homes in Tampa, or CARE Build Month, visit the website (TAMD95639) or contact 866-493-3553.
About David Weekley Homes
David Weekley Homes, founded in 1976, is headquartered in Houston and operates in 22 cities across the United States. David Weekley Homes was the first builder in the United States to be awarded the Triple Crown of American Home Building, an honor which includes “America’s Best Builder,” “National Housing Quality Award” and “National Builder of the Year.” Weekley has also appeared 12 times on FORTUNE magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” list. Since inception, David Weekley Homes has closed more than 80,000 homes. For more information about David Weekley Homes, visit the company’s website at www.davidweekleyhomes.com.