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Community Involvement

HBR has had the privilege of serving Dallas area businesses for over 30 years. While we receive great satisfaction helping businesses in Dallas, Carrollton, Addison, Plano, and the surrounding cities, serving the community outside of work brings a different sense of fulfillment. Many of the employees at HBR give of their time and resources to help others in the community. The following are a few of the stories.

Selane Drinning volunteers for The Beads of CourageĀ® Program

The Program is a resilience-based intervention designed to support and strengthen children and families coping with serious illness. Through the program, children tell their story using colorful beads as meaningful symbols of courage that commemorate milestones they have achieved along their unique treatment path. To learn more click on Beads of Courage®

Jackie Moore volunteers for Boy Scouts of America

She is on the board that reviews the boys for rank advancement. She participates in other activities for scouts such as; scouting for food, scout day and refreshments for Court of Honor ceremonies. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. The BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. To learn more click on Boy Scouts

David Romick volunteers for Community Homes for Adults, Inc.

CHAI's purpose is to serve adults with cognitive disabilities by operating long-term group homes and other living arrangements. CHAI provides an atmosphere where residents can progress toward achieving their potential with as much independence as possible. They participate in an educational program resulting in opportunities to experience success, feel pride, and develop a sense of security -- to be individuals of worth and dignity. To learn more click on Community Homes for Adults, Inc.

Other organizations David supports include Texas Fragile X Association, National Fragile X Foundation, Special Olympics, Children with Hair Loss, The Stewpot and Habitat for Humanity

Jeff Romick volunteers for Legacy Senior Communities

The Legacy Senior Communities is a Non-Profit charitable organization which began serving the Jewish elderly in 1953. In every aspect of community life, The Legacy Senior Communities seeks to affirm the fundamental dignity and worth of the individual. The Legacy Senior Communities currently operates 3 facilities and provides in home care.

Other organizations Jeff supports include Anshai Torah, Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas, Levine Academy, Jewish Community Center, and University of Texas Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity

HBR is very active in our community as we support a number of local organizations not just with money, but with time as well. The following are some examples.

HBR Technologies is very community oriented and several of the employees participate in charity events and serve on the boards of various charity organizations. In addition, HBR made donations over the last several years to the Metrocrest Social Services Food Pantry benefiting needy families in Addison, Carrollton, Farmers Branch and Coppell.

At the beginning of 2011 the employees of HBR Technologies decided to lighten up by losing some weight. We appointed someone to track weekly weigh-ins and keep track of our progress. Management wanted to encourage the effort so they made the pledge to donate food equal to pounds lost as of June 30, 2011 to the Metrocrest Food Pantry. The employees worked hard and lost a total of 206.3 pounds. HBR then presented the Food Pantry with a 206 pound donation.

After our visit to the Food Pantry in July to drop off our donation we decided that we would like the Metrocrest Food Pantry to be the recipient of our annual charity drive. HBR set a goal to collect 500 pounds of food. We used our marquee sign and social media to generate public interest and encouraged our employees to get their families and friends involved. HBR employees and the public all stepped up and we reached our goal and delivered to the Metrocrest Food Pantry over 500 pounds of food.

Ongoing: HBR donates all their shredded paper to Mosaic. Mosaic uses the money they receive from recycling to pay for the operations of an enclosed workshop. Clients include people with cognitive and physical disabilities. The workshop provides a supportive work environment to allow the clients the opportunity to learn work and life skills.

Ongoing: HBR annually participates in Lee National Denim Day which is one of the largest single-day fundraisers for breast cancer.

Ongoing: HBR volunteers its facilities for the Texas Fragile X Association to hold its Spring Fling and Fall Festival dances.

Ongoing: HBR routinely adopts one of the following organizations each year for the holidays: Vogel Alcove, Echad, CHAI, and Metrocrest Food Bank

HBR sponsored the Angels kickball team in the Little Miss Kickball league. The kickball league enables children to learn the basics of teamwork, sportsmanship, and fair play, while making friends and staying in good physical condition through athletics.

HBR is also a proud supporter of the Legacy Yes Event, Levine Academy Early Childhood Care Building Revitalization Project, Parish Episcopal 40 Year Gala, Temple Shalom Sisterhood Garage Sale, Black Tie Dinner, Temple Shalom, Anshai Torah, Dallas Children's Charities, Plano West Royales, and the Sting Royal Soccer Team.