Giving Back

“To whom much is given,

From Him Much is Expected.”

Along with success comes responsibility, and we are fortunate to be able to give back to the very communities responsible for that success!

Community Builder Program

Starting in 2014 to honor our 60th Anniversary, Mungo Homes partnered with WIS-TV in Columbia, SC to recognize people who have contributed to the community in a positive way: those who are true COMMUNITY BUILDERS.

Honorees are nominated and the award presentations are a complete surprise. In addition, the Michael J. Mungo Foundation gives a check for $1000 to the charity of the honorees choice, often the organization for which they volunteer. 

See Their Stories

Mungo to Build Pavilion at Ft. Jackson

In conjunction with the Building Industry Association of Central South Carolina Charitable Foundation, Mungo Homes has joined four other Columbia area builders, each of which will construct a pavilion at Centennial Park in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Fort Jackson. Fort Jackson is the largest Army Basic Training installation in the Country. More information on BIA Charitable Foundation.

America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia

On Hunger Action Day, ten members of our Savannah team worked with America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia to help provide 3,450 meals for those in need. Giving back to the areas we serve is a fundamental belief of Mungo Homes, and our Savannah team is proud to be involved in such a great cause.

Established in 1981 in Savannah Georgia, America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia is a locally inspired, volunteer driven nonprofit food bank and community partnering organization. Second Harvest serves as the food safety net for tens of thousands of children, senior citizens, low-income families, and people with disabilities who are at risk for hunger throughout Southern Georgia. More information on America's Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia.

Charleston Team at Hope Lodge

Members of our Charleston team enjoyed preparing dinner for patients and their caregivers at the Charleston Hope Lodge. The American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Carol Grotnes Belk Campus offers out of town cancer patients and their families a free, temporary place to stay while undergoing treatment in Charleston. More information on Hope Lodge.

Bob’s Buddies

The Raleigh team presented a check to Bob's Buddies for Pediatric Cancer Research. The donation is in honor of the child of a Mungo employee in Raleigh currently undergoing treatment for a tumor. More information on Bob's Buddies.

Miracle League of the Triangle

Founded in 2006, the Miracle League of the Triangle provides children with special needs the opportunity to play baseball. More than 400 children are served annually on 30 teams, with a 4000 person volunteer base. In conjunction with Certainty Mortgage, Mungo Homes is proud to support this organization each year. More information on Miracle League of the Triangle.

Mungo for Mutts

The Mungo for Mutts team enthusiastically turned out again for the annual Bark to the Park spring event to support Pawmetto Lifeline, and help rescue homeless pets.  An animal rescue organization solving pet overpopulation in the Midlands of South Carolina, Pawmetto Lifeline seeks to correct this problem through adoptions, spay and neuter clinics, rescue collaboration and education efforts. Support Bark to the Park.

Hidden Wounds

At Christmas, a Columbia team donated to Hidden Wounds -- an organization that is committed to “Helping Heroes Battle the Invisible War at Home.” The fundraising efforts provide counseling and act as a liaison between counselors, veterans and families. More information on Hidden Wounds.

United Way of the Piedmont

Our Greenville/Spartanburg team donated funds to the United Way of the Piedmont supporting the Imagination Library which is a literacy initiative launched by Dolly Parton and her foundation. Registered children under the age of five living in Spartanburg or Union Counties receives a free age-appropriate book each month in the mail. More information on the United Way of the Piedmont.

Help 4 Kids

Our Myrtle Beach team volunteered at a Christmas toy drive and donated funds to Help 4 Kids food drive, so Backpack Buddies can send healthy food home with children over the weekend. More information on Hope 4 Kids.

The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina

Our Raleigh team held food drives in each of their models and donated funds to help the children of Raleigh as part of North East Wake Backpack Buddies program.

Likewise, our Wilmington team held a food drive and donated funds to the food bank to help our neighbors in New Hanover County. More information on the Food Bank.

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