HJ Martin & Son In the Community - Charitable Giving

Driven By A Legacy

Of Giving and Service

An unwavering family commitment to satisfying customers and giving back has guided HJ Martin & Son for more than 75 years.

Inspired by humble beginnings in Henry John Martin's garage, HJ Martin & Son continues to work hard to maintain its position as a partner in the community. We take great pride in helping the communities where we do business — through volunteering, corporate giving and partnerships with other organizations. Reaching out to help others is a fundamental way in which HJ Martin & Son does business.

As HJ Martin & Son continues to grow, so does our involvement. Take a look at just a few of the things we bring to the communities where we live, work and play.

  • ASPIRO Pontoon Boat
  • ASPIRO Pontoon Boat

    ASPIRO, a part of the Brown County community since 1957, serves children and adults with disabilities through center and community-based programs and services. With the organization desiring to expand its recreational program, H.J. Martin & Son stepped forward in 2004 to purchase a brand-new pontoon boat for use by ASPIRO consumers. From June through September of each year, the boat is utilized several days a week, providing high-quality recreation.

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  • Patrick Henry Martin Webster Sports Complex
  • P.H. Martin Webster Sports Complex

    A long-time local park in Green Bay, Wis. – Webster Park – was transformed into the vibrant P.H. Martin Webster Sport Complex in 2000 with contributions from HJ Martin & Son. The makeover resulted in stadium lights being added around its baseball fields, a level football field with goal posts and a modern concession stand with permanent restrooms.

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  • Packers Heritage Trail
  • Packers Heritage Trail

    Already successful in its infancy, the Packers Heritage Trail was seeking a centerpiece to serve as its starting point. In September 2013 at the northeast corner of Washington and Cherry streets in downtown Green Bay, Wis., the Packers Heritage Trail Plaza was borne. Through a contribution from HJ Martin & Son, a bronze statue of "The Golden Boy," Paul Hornung was one of three initial statues unveiled, along with a Recognition Wall, to help form the new plaza.

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  • HJ Martin and the Einstein Project
  • Einstein Project and New Community Shelter golf tournaments

    HJ Martin and CEO Edward Martin laid the ground work for two wildly successful golf tournaments to benefit a pair of non-profit organizations in Northeast Wisconsin. Beyond golf, strong relationships have been forged with The Einstein Project and New Community Shelter over the years, through personal involvement and monetary donations.

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