Giving Back

Building More Than Homes

Building a community is much more than just constructing the buildings. It's about caring, being involved, and doing right by your neighbors. With that in mind, Halen Homes is committed to making our communities and the people who live in them the best they can be.  Every year Halen and its employees work together to make our community stronger through volunteering, sponsorship and advocacy, fundraising, board service, and donations. It's our delight and our privilege to be able to build up our community as we build its homes. 

    Healthy Employees, Healthy Community

    As part of the Neumann Family of Companies, Halen Homes participates in Fit for a Cause, a wellness program that generates funds for local charities. 

    Each month, employees track their physical activity, with each activity equating to a certain dollar amount. At the end of the month, the logs are calculated and dollars are donated to a charity that Halen employees have nominated. 

    Last year alone, we donated thousands of dollars to local charities through the Fit for a Cause program.

    Charities We Support

    Camp Hometown Heroes

    Camp Hometown Heroes is a free week-long overnight summer camp for children and siblings of fallen U.S. Service Members who have died in any manner – combat, accidents, suicide, illness, or any manner of death. During their visit to camp, the children begin the healing process with other children who have experienced a similar loss, doing summer activities they love. 

    The camp is specifically designed to provide children ages 7-17 with opportunities for friendship, fun, acceptance, and personal growth. Through the support of pediatric grief specialists, campers are provided the chance to grieve and heal. Camp Hometown Heroes is provided free of charge to all children who attend. 

    The FOOD Pantry Serving Waukesha County

    The FOOD Pantry Serving Waukesha County provides food, hope, and dignity to county residents in need, and advocates to increase awareness of hunger through community partnerships. 

    The FOOD Pantry serves Waukesha County residents including children, the elderly, the working but underemployed, individuals with disabilities or health issues, and the temporarily unemployed.

    Stars and Stripes Honor Flight

    Stars and Stripes Honor Flight honors veterans with a life-changing trip to Washington, DC to visit the memorials and experience a full day of honor and thanks. Stars and Stripes Honor Flight is the southeastern Wisconsin hub of the national Honor Flight Network. 

    To date, the Honor Flight Network has escorted nearly 250,000 WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam War veterans to see their memorials in Washington, DC. This is done at no cost to the veterans.

    The Women's Center

    The Women's Center provides safety, shelter, and support to empower all impacted by domestic abuse, sexual violence, child abuse, and trafficking. 

    Founded in 1977, The Women's Center was the first and continues to be the only agency of its kind in Waukesha County. Their holistic, trauma-informed programming emphasizes healing, empowerment, and justice so that survivors can move beyond abuse and build peaceful futures for themselves and their families.

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