Holmes Murphy Foundation Contributes More Than $100K in Collective Impact to Local Nonprofits
In the midst economic uncertainty for many charitable organizations, the Holmes Murphy Foundation selects 29 to donate funds to as part of its Giving Back Program.
Holmes Murphy is excited to announce its more than $100,000 donation to 29 different non-profit organizations through the Holmes Murphy Foundation Giving Back Program.
“Despite the current situation we’re all in with COVID-19 and economic uncertainties, we wanted to continue our mission of giving back to our communities,” said Dan Keough, Holmes Murphy Chairman & CEO. “Now, more than ever, many organizations are in need of our help and support, and we will be there for them.”
The Holmes Murphy Foundation elected to take a more localized approach to its giving strategy for 2020, allowing employees to select 501(c)(3) or non-profit organizations in their specific geographical locations that align with the Holmes Murphy Foundation giving pillars of Youth Education (At-Risk), Health & Human Services, Arts & Culture, and Diversity & Inclusion.
This year’s recipients are as follows:
- Abbie Shelter
- Foundation 2
- United Way of East Central Iowa
- Urban Dreams
- Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity
- The Family Place
- Mission Oak Cliff
- Eastern Iowa Community College Foundation
- Denver Child Advocacy Center
- Zuma’s Rescue Ranch
- Wounded Warrior Project
- National Council Voluntary Organization; Children Services
- Hope Builders
- The Battle Within
- Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin
- Leukemia & Lymphoma Society-Light the Night
- Second Harvest Heartland
- YMCA Equity Innovation Center of Excellence
- Nebraska Sports Council
- Dream Center, Peoria
Salt Lake City
- AFSP Utah
- Arizona Charter Schools Association
- Tiger National Athletic Booster Club
- Tea School District
- Food Bank of Iowa
- Urban Dreams
- Young Women’s Resource Center
Last year, Holmes Murphy contributed nearly $1.3 million in charitable donations and logged more than 10,000 volunteer hours throughout its markets. The company looks forward to continuing to partner with area non-profits into the future.
“As we think about this past year of changes, challenges, and uncertainty, our Holmes Murphy Foundation remains committed to the need of giving back in our communities,” said Susan Hatten, Sr. Manager, Corporate Community Engagement. “We are delighted to help where we can and will continue to work to make our communities Better Tomorrow Than Yesterday!”
About Holmes Murphy
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