The St. Louis Hometown celebrated National Suicide Prevention Month by participating in the Walk Out of Darkness event hosted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Our team raised $1,710, and employees participated by walking approximately four miles in small groups through various communities, parks, etc. The Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education, and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death. For more information about this organization, please visit https://afsp.org/
We depend on our Heartland truck drivers to deliver every single day in keeping our company fueled and
Our very own Lenexa Warehouse Forklift Operator, Wendell Gaskin Jr, was inducted into the 2020 United States of
Throughout September, the Central Missouri Hometown held various donations drives across their distribution centers. The Columbia, MO team
KidSmart’s mission is to empower children in need to succeed in school by providing free essential tools for
During a routine trip to our Lenexa Production facility for a product load, Barry Thayer, Heartland Topeka Transport
Due to COVID-19, the Kansas City Pet Project was not able to hold their annual “Caturday” pub-crawl fundraiser.
The Central Missouri Hometown was a proud sponsor of the American Junior Golf Association Championship in Columbia, MO.
Last month, our Central Illinois Hometown team supported the Springfield Boys and Girls club by throwing a surprise
Our Lenexa Production team donated food, hygiene items, and children’s clothing to MADE MEN Inc. The mission of
Last year, women leaders across Heartland gathered in St. Charles for the first-ever Heartland Women Leadership Summit. The