At Henick-Lane, one of our most important core values is giving back and staying active with our local communities. This is why our company is actively involved in numerous social responsibility initiatives, and we participate in a variety of community-based programs and events.
We also support a number of charitable organizations and assist those organizations in fund raising and awareness.
Our Community Involvement Includes
- American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society is a health organization dedicated to its initiatives to raise awareness and eliminate cancer nationwide. They offer support with a variety of programs and services that help over 1.4 million patients who are diagnosed with cancer each year.
- American Heart Association
The American Heart Association is the largest nonprofit association dedicated to fighting stroke and heart disease. The AHA funds medical research, education for healthy living choices, and assists appropriate patients with cardiac care.
- Avon Walk for Breast Cancer
The Avon Walk for Breast Cancer is a volunteer event to help empower women, raise funds, and increase awareness of breast cancer. The event is part of the Avon Foundation Breast Cancer Crusade, which has helped raise $815 million globally. The funds raised from the event go towards scientific research, awareness and education, diagnosis and screening, support services, and increasing access to treatment.
- Diabetes Research Institute
37.3 million people in the United States have been diagnosed with diabetes. The DRI was created solely to find a cure for those who suffer from the disease. Funding supports their scientists and medical professionals to complete the research needed to restore natural insulin production.
- Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The LLS is the largest nonprofit whose goal is to fight for a cure for blood cancer and enhance the lives of patients and families struggling to find support. Since 1949, the LLS has funded over $1.2 billion in research.
- March of Dimes
March of Dimes is a national nonprofit organization focused on the health of mothers and babies. They work on specialized projects to improve the healthcare for mothers during pregnancy and fight for policies to improve the support they receive.
- Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
MSKCC is the largest and oldest private cancer center in the world. The organization provides ongoing patient care, treatment programs, medical research, clinical studies, and education programs. Funds go towards scientists and physicians who work collaboratively on cancer prevention and cure-focused projects.
- National MS Society
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s primary goal is to create a world without MS. The organization is dedicated to helping those impacted by MS to live the best lives possible. They provide a host of resources for those affected as they work towards finding a cure.
- Police Athletic League
The PAL is a New York City-based organization that works alongside the NYPD and other law enforcement communities. The PAL works to inspire and support the local youth to get involved in social, educational, and recreational programs.
- Special Olympics
The Special Olympics is the largest global sports organization supporting those with physical and intellectual disabilities to get involved in sports, training, health, education, and social programs.
- St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Jude Children’s Research Hospital focuses on advancing prevention and cures for tragic pediatric diseases. Through their efforts and funding, they can provide free treatment to children suffering from catastrophic diseases.
- The NephCure Foundation
The NephCure Kidney International Foundation is the only nonprofit organization dedicated to severe protein-spilling kidney diseases like Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) and Nephrotic Syndrome. Funding goes towards fast-tracking medical research to find successful treatments.
- United Way of New York City
The UWNYC is an organization committed to assisting low-income New Yorkers to lead more successful, fulfilling lives. They work with the lowest income communities in New York to provide resources, support their needs, and allow them the best chance to succeed.