The PM2 Foundation
At PM2, we’re driven by a strong sense of social responsibility
At PM2, we’re driven by a strong sense of social responsibility and mandate to love our neighbors as ourselves.
This mentality shapes the way we do business, from how we treat our customers to delivering on our promises. But it doesn’t end in the workplace. It’s also the reason for the PM2 Foundation, an organization grounded on Christ’s instructions to love one another.
Through the PM2 Foundation, we support our neighbors, whether they are across the street, across the country, or around the world. We offer support that is personal and tangible, all while respectfully preserving the dignity due to all of God’s children.
Service is a crucial aspect of who we are
Service is a crucial aspect of who we are, and we strive to be good stewards of our resources as we care for our customers and neighbors.
PM2 donates a percentage of their profits each year to the PM2 Foundation.
Some of the Projects Supported by the PM2 Foundation
We’ve provided support to Haiti since 2010, the same year that the big earthquake hit.
Partnering with this community and seeing it grow and flourish has been an honor.
Since then, our PM2 family and friends have visited Haiti over a dozen times to serve the people there through providing food, shelter, clothing, education, literacy training, microbusiness opportunities, and more.
During our visits, we’ve delivered chickens and donkeys to needy families, helped build schools and hospitals, provided clothes and seeds for farming, and more. Partnering with this community and seeing it grow and flourish has been an honor.
The Pink Bow Foundation
PM2 also donates hygiene supplies to homeless teenagers in Lake County, Florida through The Pink Bow Foundation.
The areas in and around Orlando have some of the highest homeless rates for children and families in the nation.
The foundation provides hygiene essentials to teenagers who are homeless or in transition. The areas in and around Orlando have some of the highest homeless rates for children and families in the nation.
We purchased hygiene supplies and assembled kits for teenagers in the area. We partnered with the FIT (Families in Transition) Program, who distrubed the kits to teens through social workers and registered nurses who see them often.
The PM2 Foundation has supported Angie and her family, who live in remote Honduras.
Thanks to the medical care she has received her seizures are fewer and not as severe as they were previously.
Angie has epilepsy, and her family struggled to access and pay for the healthcare she needs. Medical costs, travel, and missed income are just a few of the costs that had to be paid. Angie still has seizures, but thanks to the medical care she has received they are fewer and not as severe as they were previously.
When Angie and her family first learned about her epilepsy, the news was devastating. Now, her medical condition doesn’t have to hold her back!