INN Their Hands

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Melville, NY Rich Humann, P.E. CEO and President of H2M architects + engineers (H2M) proudly presents a check to Jean Kelly, Executive Director of the INN (Interfaith Nutrition Network) for $6200.00. This represents a $5000.00 donation from the firm and $1200.00 raised from an Employee Appreciation Day and Pie Day; with a $5 donation the employee gets to wear jeans for the day and have Pizza on the firm. H2M architects and engineers are a proud supporter of the INN, both in volunteering time and donations.

H2M is grateful for the work Jean Kelly does with all of the staff and volunteers every day of every year and is a large supporter of the INN. H2M employees donate their time by volunteering. Volunteering tasks range from sorting donated goods in the receiving area, to prepping lunch in the kitchen. The INN serves anywhere guests every day during the week (Monday-Friday) and our employees are happy to help in any way that they can.

Throughout the year H2M participates in several community and charity events that are proposed by employees. H2M’s priority is to support any charity that is important to our staff members. An example of this is the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) which is an important cause to many of the architects and shareholders at the firm. Since the cause is so valued by the staff, it is then valued by the whole company. This is something that resonates throughout the firm from The Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN), the Polar Plunge for the NY Special Olympics, Racines, the Tunnel to Towers 5K, the Out of the Darkness Walk for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and countless more. H2Mer’s love giving back to the community, and take pride in their volunteer efforts.

The INN (Interfaith Nutrition Network) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Long Island, New York.[1] The INN is the largest organization that fights hunger and homelessness on Long Island.[2] The INN addresses the issues of hunger and homelessness on Long Island by providing food, shelter, long-term housing and supportive services in a dignified and respectful manner to those who seek our help. A not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization with a dedicated staff, a broad base of community support and a commitment to educate the public about these issues. It is estimated that the INN feeds about 5,000 Long Islanders each week