Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the outstanding character of our associates has stood out. Trent Bunn is a part of our Reset team in the Lenexa hometown. Trent wanted a way to help others stay safe during the pandemic, so he started volunteering with his church making masks for those in need. Over the last three weeks, Trent has volunteered over 50 hours per week and helped create more than 1,000 masks and counting. These masks have been distributed to local assisted living centers, nursing home patients, and the entire security force at McConnell Air Force Base. Trent says he plans to continue making masks as long as they are needed. He said it had been an honor to spend his time creating these masks because he knows it is helping people on the front lines who need them. We cannot thank Trent enough for all he is doing to help others during these trying times. We are incredibly proud of his selflessness and the impact he continues to make in his community.
Heartland Coca-Cola Production Facility and Wildwood Outdoor Education Center developed a partnership in 2019 when the Production Facility’s
Our Northern Kansas Hometown was able to show their appreciation to their local law enforcement by participating in
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Last month our Central IL Hometown spearheaded one of the largest Heartland donations drives to date. Our team
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Every year the Kansas City hometown looks forward to participating in the Special Olympics of Kansas’s Polar Plunge.