Homeland HealthCare, Inc. takes our responsibility to be a respected employer and valued community partner very seriously. Learn more about the causes and organizations that matter to our company and our employees, and how we help by investing our time, talents and financial resources.
National Day of Prayer
On May 3, 2012, Homeland Healthcare sponsored a National Day of Prayer service for our employees and fellow tenants of the Watters Creek Retail and Office complex. The National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 with a joint resolution by Congress, signed by President Truman, declaring an annual, national day of prayer. Homeland Healthcare has participated in the National Day of Prayer for many years and was excited to again provide an opportunity for our employees and neighbors of all faiths to participate in this important day. Click here to learn more about the National Day of Prayer.
Tornado Relief Efforts
In early April 2012, the DFW area was struck by 12 confirmed tornadoes. Homeland Healthcare, Inc. and its employees supported local tornado relief efforts by raising money for the Grace Bridge Food Bank and Mission Arlington. These organizations are committed to helping the DFW tornado victims with shelter, clothing and food. Click to learn more about Grace Bridge Food Bank or Mission Arlington.
In 2011, Homeland HealthCare, Inc. and its employees donated to this organization that supports wounded soldiers. Soldier's Angels' volunteers send hundreds of thousands of care packages and letters to "adopted" deployed service members. They help supply wounded soldiers with "First Response Backpacks," containing fresh clothes, toiletries and a handmade "blanket of hope." They also equip them with voice-controlled/adaptive laptops, which allow wounded warriors to stay in contact with the rest of the world during recovery. Read more on the Soldier's Angel's program...
94.9 KLTY Christmas Wishes
In 2011, Homeland HealthCare, Inc. and its employees made a generous contribution for food, clothing and other basic necessities to this holiday initiative, which supports families in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex who are struggling. Learn more about KLTY Christmas Wishes...
The Rainbow Room
In 2011, Homeland HealthCare, Inc. and its employees collected and donated toys to the Rainbow Room, an emergency resource center available to CPS caseworkers to help them meet the critical needs of abused and neglected children. learn more about the Rainbow Room program...