Our history of giving back helps us move patients forward. Learn about our place in the community – and our passion for continuing to take on big challenges.
Through in-kind donations, volunteerism, and financial contributions, Hanger, Inc. supports individuals and communities that need help in the United States and abroad, including the physically challenged, the underprivileged, and those affected by devastating events. In 2013 alone, Hanger contributed over $500,000 in cash donations to U.S. based non-profit organizations. This total does not reflect the in-kind donations and financial contributions made throughout the more than 800 patient care clinics nationwide of Hanger’s patient care business Hanger Clinic to individuals and organizations within the clinic location’s local community.Over the years, Hanger has made financial contributions and volunteered teams to help disaster victims in the U.S., China, Africa, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, Afghanistan, and Turkey, among many other locations. In addition, Hanger invests in tomorrow’s clinicians through numerous grants to colleges and universities around the nation.J.E. Hanger set out to help others more than 155 years ago and, today, the Hanger company continues to see it as its responsibility and a privilege to further that legacy of giving back.
In addition, Hanger invests in tomorrow’s clinicians through numerous
grants to colleges and universities around the nation, including
$250,000 to support the establishment of the J.E. Hanger College of
Prosthetics at St. Petersburg College, Florida’s only college program
in orthotics and prosthetics.
Our heritage of charitable giving goes back to the company’s founding in the 1800s. Over the years, Hanger Clinic's clinicians and associates have consistently and generously donated millions of dollars in free care and financial contributions to a variety of causes, including hardship cases in their own communities.
Following the Haiti earthquake in 2010, Hanger, Inc. established the Haitian Amputee Coalition, and together, the group created a long-term prosthetic and rehabilitation center in Deschapelles, Haiti, approximately 60 miles from Port-au-Prince. To date, more than 1,200 amputees have received prosthetic care at Klinik Hanger in Haiti.