Helping goes a long way. Healthcare and nonprofit organizations are the epitome of caring and assisting those in need especially during these trying times. The Howard Hughes Corporation (HHC) recognizes and thanks the local institutions and organizations who tirelessly help those in need.
Through its HHCares initiatives, The Howard Hughes Corporation and its employees were able to continue to support the community:
- Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center – Together with Memorial Hermann, The Howard Hughes Corporation contributed 280 lunches and 260 dinners from Flower Child to frontline personnel and hospital staff. Jim Carman, President – Houston Region; Kim Phillips, Vice President of Marketing; and Lorrie Parise, Director, PR and Community Relations thanked the hospital team.
- YES to YOUTH – Montgomery County Youth Services – Dan Kolkhorst, Vice President, Land Development for HHC and the newest Board Member of YES to YOUTH, along with Jim Carman, presented the organization with a donation. The nonprofit organization helps youth and families with crisis intervention, counseling and suicide prevention services.
- Inspiration Ranch – Representing The Howard Hughes Corporation, Jason Ellestad, Senior Project Manager, Vertical Development for HHC and the newest Board Member for Inspiration Ranch, presented a contribution for their upcoming virtual Gala. Through therapeutic riding and equine-assisted therapy and activities, Inspiration Ranch strives to overcome the physical, emotional and social disabilities of special needs children and youth and helps adults.
- Children’s Books on Wheels – From an internal book drive, employees presented books, many books were on the preferred Conroe ISD school reading list, and gloves to Children’s Books on Wheels. HHC supplemented the items with a contribution to the organization. Children’s Books on Wheels provides educations and community resources to a diverse population in need in Montgomery County. Lorrie Parise presented the donation on behalf of HHC.
“The Howard Hughes Corporation believes in standing strong together and will continue to help support our healthcare and nonprofit organizations which work hard every day and especially during this pandemic. We are grateful for their daily efforts,” said Jim Carman, President – Houston Region, The Howard Hughes Corporation. “Through our HHCares program, we are committed to community-focused philanthropy and employee volunteerism.”
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.
Annually, HHC employees serve on nearly 80 Boards and committees of local nonprofit organizations. HHC believes in active engagement which is why we give all full-time employees 24 work hours each year to volunteer in their local communities.