Community, both our local and global, is very important to us at Hogan Design & Construction. That is why each month we focus support and help build awareness for a different organization that is working to make our world safer, happier, healthier, and better.
Over the course of the next 10 years, HDC PROJECT HOPE is committed to feeding 1MM community members facing hunger. Teaming with Tony Robbins and Feeding America, we are committed to doing our part to help eradicate hunger in the U.S.
HDC Community: 2022 Feed 1MM Challenge.
We can all make a difference in our communities. Consider donating to our fundraiser. The need continues and the impact each dollar makes is so important to the lives of our friends and neighbors facing food insecurity.
And LISTEN to the Brad Hogan and Scott Mackay interview on 95.9 The River. Brad was live on The Mackay In The Morning Show, sharing information about the HDC PROJECT HOPE program and the current 1 Million Meals Community Challenge initiative.
Each one of our employees has an opportunity to select a charity for us to lend support. We are all truly grateful to be part of these efforts because we know we are ultimately stronger together. We welcome you to explore our Project Hope stories and if you are able and feel moved to, support these organizations that are working towards the greater good.
“It is the mission of Moose Charities to develop the financial resources needed to support the humanitarian efforts of the Moose Fraternity, including the home for children at Mooseheart, the home for seniors at Moosehaven, and those charitable activities that benefit families, communities, and our society.” If you are a resident of the Fox Valley area, you are probably familiar with the wonderful work this group does for our community members. Let’s help them out this December and into the new year!
According to the CDC’s National Diabetic Statistic Report, it is estimated that 37+ million US citizens are living with diabetes (about 11% of the population) and 96 million are considered pre-diabetic (approximately 38% of the adult US population). Through research, education, support and resource services, and advocacy, the American Diabetes Association is working to improve the lives of those affected by the disease as well as to prevent and ultimately cure Diabetes. Learn more and get involved.
This October, we are once again focusing our efforts on the battle against breast cancer. The Breast Cancer Alliance is a private not-for-profit organization with a mission to improve survival rates and quality of life for those impacted by breast cancer. The organization continues to make large investments in early-stage and innovative research, breast surgery fellowships, education and support for the underserved to better the prevention, early detection, treatment and cure of the disease. Learn more.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s mission is to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. The organization addresses and combats this mental health issue through funding scientific research, educating the public, advocating for public policy, and in supporting survivors of suicide loss. Learn more.
Youth Guidance is an organization on a mission to improve the lives of at-risk youth through school-based programs that focus on education. They are determined to ensure that every child, from elementary through high school, has the opportunity to achieve success in school and life.
Soldier’s Angels is an organization that provides aid and support to active, wounded, and veteran service members and their families. From simple acts of kindness (like sending care packages and letters to deployed) to feeding and providing resources/help to our veterans or adaptive technology to the wounded, this organization ensures that those that serve us receive the support they need and deserve. Learn more. Get involved.
Special Spaces is a non-profit that creates dream bedrooms for children facing a cancer diagnosis. Their goal is to create a space that provides an escape for the child from doctors, hospitals, and treatments - a place where they can just be a kid.
Founded in 2004 in Knoxville, TN, the organization has expanded to 13 states with 19 chapters, one of which is based out of the Chicagoland area servicing Kane, Lake, Will, Dupage, Kendall, and portions of Cook county. As of 2019, the entire organization has already delivered 1100 bedrooms to children with the disease. There are many ways to get involved. Learn more.
Living Well Cancer Resource Center is dedicated to improving the lives of cancer patients and their families through education, programming, and support. All of their services are provided free of charge to community members facing a cancer diagnosis. Learn more and lend your support. Donate.
April is Prevention of Animal Cruelty month so we are focusing our charitable efforts on an organization that has been on a mission to protect the welfare of animals and create meaningful, mutually beneficial connections between those animals and people since 1964.
Formerly known as Anderson Animal Shelter and Fox Valley Wildlife Center, this non-profit rescues, rehabilitates, and shelters animals of all kinds, domesticated and wild. They offer a wide range of programs that concentrate on the well-being of the animals as well as the humans that interact with them. Learn more about their programs and how you can get involved and donate today!
March is Women’s History month and a time to reflect on the challenges that women have faced and continue to face in our nation and throughout the world. In recognition of the adversity many face, we are looking at a persistent issue, domestic violence. Statistically, one in three women worldwide are victims of domestic violence. Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence works with over 50 member organizations statewide towards ending domestic violence in IL.
The coalition serves as a voice for survivors, advocating for safer policies, training professionals and advocates to best assist survivors and their children and providing resources to member agencies. Learn more. Get involved.
Since 1977, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children have been supporting the best interests of kids from birth to age 21 facing abuse, neglect and private guardianship within the juvenile court system. The trained CASA volunteers that act as Guardians Ad Litem (GAL) work tirelessly to get kids within the foster care system to a permanent and stable home faster. They become a constant adult presence in a child’s life, helping them to thrive despite the adversity they face.
Community support continues to be a key component in the success of the organization and there are many ways to get involved. Learn more about becoming a CASA/GAL volunteer, attend an event or discover other ways to give and get involved.
With the recent multi-state tornadoes, west coast wildfires, earthquakes, hurricanes, and a global pandemic, disaster relief - short and long term - is something of which many Americans and global citizens find themselves in need. Good360 is an organization committed to making sure needed products are delivered to the right people at the right time.
Good360 partners with a 100K+ network of non-profit organizations and key corporations to close the need gap of people in challenging life situations that require aid - be it low-income, illness related and/or natural disaster relief - while reducing waste. For every $10 donated, they deliver at least $200 worth of goods needed. Learn more and consider getting involved.
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