The Howard Hughes Corporation continues to demonstrate its appreciation for community frontline personnel, recently delivering over 700 meals to essential teams at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center, St. Luke’s Health – The Woodlands Hospital, and Montgomery County Infusion Center.
Throughout the pandemic, Howard Hughes has delivered approximately 2,200 meals to frontline personnel, along with confectionary treats and other essentials, to the regional covid-19 vaccination hub.
“We are proud to donate these meals to show our support and appreciation of the tireless care these frontline healthcare workers continue to provide to patients in our community during this ongoing pandemic,” said Jim Carman, President – Houston Region, The Howard Hughes Corporation. “This is a great example of our commitment to community outreach through our HHCares program, which is strongly supported by our employees’ participation and our corporate funding.”
Meals were delivered from Crust Pizza Co. and Local Pour.
HHCares is the corporate-wide social responsibility program of The Howard Hughes Corporation, established to spearhead various charitable outreach initiatives year-round across its national portfolio. Community-focused philanthropy is a cornerstone of company’s ESG platform, complementing its sustainability and environmental practices designed to leave a positive footprint.
Locally, Howard Hughes has been an active corporate philanthropist, donating and volunteering to over 180 causes of non-profit organizations annually to benefit the Greater Houston area. Howard Hughes helps fund college scholarships in conjunction with the Lone Star College System, and nation-wide has funded over 360 educational scholarships to high school graduates pursuing a college education since the 1980s.