Hollman Family Foundation Revitalizes High School Sports Facilities

The Texas-based foundation is partnering with deserving schools to upgrade their athletic locker room facilities.

The Hollman Family Foundation, founded by Travis and Stephanie Hollman of Hollman Inc., the industry leader in locker designs and solutions, believes that all benefit when given the opportunity and tools to plan for the future.

The 2022 winner of Hollman Helps Locker Room Renovation program that gives deserving schools across the nation the opportunity to be chosen for a $100,000 locker room rehabilitation was Norte Vista High School in Riverside, CA.The completely overhauled locker room was unveiled in December, and the program is currently open to new submissions for 2023. The school’s locker room facilities were in need of a major overhaul; there was no air conditioning, a leaking ceiling, and damaged lockers. Norte Vista’s football coach, Ken Batdorf, has been at the school for over 25 years and as a result of his program, many of the students consider their school and team a second home. The result of Hollman’s overhaul was a fully renovated locker room outfitted with custom-built Hollman lockers in the school’s very own colors.

Hollman is now accepting nominations year-round. Deserving high schools and community centers across the U.S. who are in need of a new locker room can be nominated online by visiting here.

Previous Hollman Helps winners include the southeast Texas high school Hamshire-Fannett and Beecher High School, located outside of Flint, Michigan.

Beecher High School Before & After

More about the Hollman Foundation

What started in 2018 as Hollman High Education + Learning Program (Hollman H.E.L.Ps), a partnership between Hollman Inc. and Dallas Community College, helping to cover 100% of tuition and books for full-time employees and their dependents, expanded in 2019 to Hollman Helps: High School Edition. The Hollman Helps Locker Room Renovation program gives deserving schools across the nation the opportunity to submit a video advocating for why they should be chosen for a free $100,000 locker room rehabilitation.