Our commitment to making the communities around us better places to live and work.
It’s our obligation and privilege to give back to the community not just at the corporate level, but at the employee level, too.
Making communities stronger together
For more than 70 years, we’ve coordinated a Holman employee fundraising campaign in partnership with the United Way. Combined, we raise more than $1 million annually. Employees can donate time on “Days of Caring” by volunteering at agencies in their communities. Our Chairman of the board, Mindy Holman, also serves on the board of directors for the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and South Jersey.
Holman Parts is an active supporter of many other charitable causes, including the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, Autism Speaks, JDRF, Cross Roads, MS, and Urban Promise.
Supporting individual efforts
We empower our people to help their communities by funding those causes to which they are personally connected. Every employee is eligible to request a single financial donation from the company annually that will directly benefit their chosen charity.
Taking care of our own
Unforeseen events can create sudden, urgent difficulty. The Holman Employee Lifeline Program (H.E.L.P.) is an emergency crisis fund that helps employees who are victims of natural or civic disasters, or who are impacted by an unforeseen and sudden hardship.
Protecting our planet
Our business is intricately connected to jobs, economies and the natural environment. In addition to the emphasis we put on fleet sustainability, we always strive to find new ways to improve our operational efficiency and reduce our environmental footprint. We have begun investing in LED lighting, recycled paper products, electric forklifts for our warehouses, and waste reduction strategies to reduce waste in our supply chain.
Holman Parts Distribution is participating in the US Department of Energy Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Prize, part of the American Made Challenges program. We are extremely proud to be Phase 1 winners and we are currently working through Phase 2 of the contest. “The goal of these efforts is to develop technologies to profitably capture 90% of all lithium based battery technologies in the United States and recover 90% of the key materials from the collected batteries. These efforts will reduce our dependence on foreign sources of critical materials, strengthening America’s economic growth and energy security.”- Daniel R Simmons, DOE’s Assistant Secretary for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.