Hanford Mission Integration Solutions (HMIS) is committed to meaningful and sustainable partnerships that demonstrate our strong commitment to our community. As part of that promise, HMIS celebrated the holiday season by donating more than $25,000 of goods and cash donations to local nonprofit organizations.
HMIS made donations to Domestic Violence Services of Benton and Franklin Counties and Mid-Columbia Meals on Wheels, including boxes of warm winter clothing, personal care items and household goods. Each organization also received a $2,500 donation from HMIS.
Unhoused teens at My Friend’s Place shelter each received movie tickets and concession vouchers to enjoy a fun excursion this winter. Hundreds of students at Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties also received movie tickets.
Additional year-end donations were made to Second Harvest, Columbia Basin Veterans Center, United Way of Benton and Franklin Counties and Habitat for Humanity. HMIS president Bob Wilkinson shared, “As we finish our first year as HMIS, we wanted to make sure those in need could have a happier holiday season. The well-being of our community is vital to the HMIS family and we are proud to be able to support so many incredible organizations.”
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