Charitable Giving Programs
Holman has developed three distinct giving programs, each one designed to support different types of applicants, and different kinds of programs or events.
Holman employees have generously supported the United Way since the 1940’s. Learn about past and present campaigns, and see how our employees volunteer in Days of Caring.
The Holman Employee Lifeline Program is an emergency crisis fund for our employees. It can help you overcome a financial crisis caused by unforeseen and urgent difficulties.
LATEST COMMUNITY NEWS
The Hunger Games, a Food Bank of South Jersey event that raises money for its summer food programs for kids, are coming up on April 27. And for the first time, Holman is sending its own team of culinary whizzes to compete — the Holman Spice Girls! Competition to get on the starting five was […]
ARI employee — and Feeding 5000 board member — Caitlin Cline sent over some photos of the latest Holman employee foray over to Philadelphia with Feeding 5000:
Caitlin Cline and Noele Walters — both serving dual roles as ARI NJ employees and Feeding 5000 board members — want to remind everyone about the organizations Sleep Out event on April 29. The event hopes to bring more awareness to the societal scourge of homelessness, as well as raise money for Feeding 5000’s mission. […]
How Does Holman Support Our Communities?
Charitable Giving Programs
Holman offers three different giving programs for employees and organizations looking for support from the company:
- Community Grants: Designed for gifts of $10,000 or more, or multi-year gifts of $15,000 or more, community grants provide Holman with opportunities to build meaningful partnerships in our communities. Grants are awarded twice a year and involve a thorough application process.
- Community Group Sponsorships: These gifts of up to $10,000 are awarded more frequently than grants to be more responsive to specific programs or events. Applications are reviewed monthly.
- Employee Donations: These gifts of up to $1,000 are given at the request of employees to support organizations and events that hold special meaning for them. Holman fully supports its employees, and encourages and honors their charitable instincts. Applications are reviewed monthly.
Since Steward Holman first joined forces with the Community Chest in 1946, the employees of Holman Automotive Group have generously responded to the needs of their communities with their United Way campaigns.
Holman employees are involved in a wealth of volunteer activities supported and often funded by the company.
Holman has embarked on ambitious sustainable business practices in its operations across the globe, not only with recycling and energy efficiency practices, but also by investing in its people and offering the latest sustainable products to its customers