Committed to people
At HAM Group, an energy company focused on renewable energies for more than two decades, we are aware of the current social and health context, and of the great work that certain entities have been developing around the world. This has led us to create our Solidarity Donations Program, through which we commit ourselves to be participants in the improvement of the most vulnerable groups in society, helping with a non-profit financial contribution, or equivalent action, that they promote cooperation and solidarity projects. We believe and bet on people, their lives and their stories.
Grupo HAM has an extraordinary human team that integrates our 10 companies, all of them related to natural gas in different areas, ranging from engineering, road transport, CNG-LNG service stations, the sale of Liquefied Natural Gas, liquefaction projects, the maritime sector... We have become a reference for the rest of the players in the gas sector, acting in Europe through our subsidiaries HAM Italia and LNG France, as well as in South America with HAM Chile and HAM Peru, which allows us to manage our growth in Latin America.
We started our Solidarity Donations Program by collaborating with Open Arms, a non-governmental, non-profit organization whose main mission is to protect those people who try to reach Europe by fleeing from war, persecution or poverty. They are dedicated to the surveillance and rescue of the boats carrying people who need help in the Aegean and Central Mediterranean sea, as well as raising awareness of all the injustices that are happening which have been untold.
On Earth, they have an essential team made up of psychologists who are specialists in crisis situations, emergencies, and victims of terrorism who support first responders in all phases of their work, helping to manage the situations they have experienced in order to return to their daily reality and guaranteeing his emotional stability for future interventions.
Currently, in the face of the health emergency COVID-19, they help the most vulnerable, our elders. They are put at the service of science, collaborating with research, to achieve a treatment that stops the contagion and cuts the chain of spread of the Coronavirus and prevents deaths.
At HAM we are proud to be able to contribute our grain of sand to such an important task as that carried out by Open Arms, and we commit ourselves to continue participating in this or other projects that allow us to help people.