H2M Makes 2020 Year-End Charity Donation

H2M’s commitment to communities extends far beyond the project job site.  Our social responsibility lies not just in preserving and protecting resources, but in assisting the individuals that give life to those communities that we work and live in.

Each year, H2M is heavily involved with philanthropic groups and we take pride in our long history of giving back.  Whether it’s on a corporate scale, or an employee level, we understand the importance of making community service a priority.  While there are usually a number of events to show support for certain causes throughout the year, 2020 proved to be a little different.

Unfortunately, living through a pandemic has created hardships for many – businesses and people, alike.  The organizations and charities that were once able to offer their full support are also struggling from a lack of funding.  This continuous circle of strife can be extremely disheartening and the request for assistance only grows from all ends.

H2M is proud to announce that we made year-end donations totaling $50,000 to four well-deserving charities.

Following a year full of so much struggle, we were extremely humbled and grateful to begin this new year with a virtual gathering where we presented checks to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention; Homeless Solutions, Inc.; Long Island Cares, Inc.; and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.


About the Charities we Donated to:

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP):
This organization is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.  AFSP funds scientific research, educates on mental health and suicide prevention, and supports all affected by the loss of someone through suicide.

Homeless Solutions, Inc.:
Keeping with their philosophy of “a hand up, not a handout,” this organization works to provide the homeless and working poor with tools to rebuild their life and become self-sufficient.

Long Island Cares, Inc.:
Working to bring together all available resources for the benefit of the hungry on Long Island, the organization’s goals include improving food security, helping families achieve self-sufficiency, and educating the general public and causes and consequences of hunger on Long Island.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center:
As the world’s largest private cancer center, Memorial Sloan Kettering works to provide leadership in the prevention, treatment, and cure of cancer through patient care, outreach programs, research, and education.