A gesture of kindness and appreciation can go a long way, especially in these trying times, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part of its HHCares initiatives, representatives from The Howard Hughes Corporation® continued to give back to the community.
- In support of the front-line medical workers at CHI St. Luke’s Health – The Woodlands Hospital, 150 lunch meals and 150 dinner meals, lovingly prepared by The Woodlands Resort, were delivered by the HHCares team.
- The Howard Hughes Corporation, in conjunction with Woodforest National Bank, hosted an appreciation dinner for members of the Texas National Guard to commemorate the conclusion of their supportive assistance to the Montgomery County Food Bank over the last several months. As part of Governor Greg Abbott’s activation of the Texas Military Department in April to help organizations and communities most in need, the 44-soldier team arrived to the Montgomery County Food Bank on April 21, 2020 to help them serve our community’s critical need for food and supplies, which jumped 125% since the pandemic hit.
- In addition, a $3,000 donation was presented to Meals on Wheels Montgomery County to offer relief for their mission during COVID-19. Meals on Wheels Montgomery County’s mission is to combat the top issues of aging by fostering independence and dignity for homebound seniors in Montgomery County by providing them with nutritious meals, caring contacts and transportation.
“We are honored and proud to recognize the dedication that these individuals and organizations demonstrate to our community, especially in the midst of these trying times,” said Jim Carman, President – Houston Region, The Howard Hughes Corporation. “Our HHCares initiatives demonstrate our support for the local community though our outreach and giving. Community-focused philanthropy is a guiding principle for The Howard Hughes Corporation.”
The Howard Hughes Corporation is an active philanthropist in the Greater Houston region, donating annually to approximately 130 causes in and around The Woodlands, Bridgeland and The Woodlands Hills through local nonprofit organizations.
To learn more about HHCares, click here.