HeroFund USA - 1st Quarter Newsletter, 2020
HeroFundUSA, Inc. provides safety gear funding to Sugar Creek Fire Department and Police Department
January 29, 2020; HeroFundUSA, Inc. staff recently visited the Sugar Creek Police and Fire Department Headquarters to present checks to both departments—funding for bunker gear for the Fire Department and funding for a drone for the Police Department.
“These important safety items could not have been purchased without the assistance of HeroFundUSA, Inc.” stated Sugar Creek City Manager Pat Casey.
Police Chief Christopher Soule added, “Drones allow us to get a view of what’s happening in a dangerous environment before sending personnel into harm’s way.”
Fire Chief Nathan Richardson noted, “Clean, safe, state-of-the-art bunker gear keep our firefighters safe during dangerous fire situations and also from contracting cancer and other serious illnesses over time.”
Sugar Creek, Missouri is located in the northeast quadrant of the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan Area situated between Independence and the Missouri River.
Blue Springs Marine Joins Forces with Herofund USA, Inc.!
January 3, 2020; Jeff Siems, President of Blue Springs Marine in Blue Springs, MO has announced plans for a cause-related sales promotion in celebration of their 60th Anniversary.
From January 1, 2020, through June 30, 2020, Blue Springs Marine will be donating $250 from every boat purchased to be divided between three locally-based non-profit organizations.
“HeroFundUSA, Inc. is proud and honored to have been chosen to be the recipient of some of the proceeds of this exciting sales promotion.” stated Dan Karst, Chairman of the Board of HeroFundUSA, Inc.
Siems added… “Supporting our local First-Responders is an important part of our efforts as we celebrate the support we’ve received from the community over the past six decades. Giving back is our way of saying ‘thanks’ to our local Heroes – law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical services personnel.”
Please join us in thanking Jeff Siems and the Blue Springs Marine Team for their support of the First-Responder SAFETY mission of HeroFundUSA, Inc. and in wishing them well as they celebrate this milestone in their business history.
Kendra Scott Jewelry Supports First-Responder Safety
During the inaugural Dining With Heroes event, Kendra Scott Jewelry partnered with HeroFundUSA, Inc. to offer many of their top-quality fashion jewelry designs to patrons of the event. Kendra Scott began her entrepreneurial endeavors in 2002 with a $500 investment and started working out of a spare bedroom of her home. Kendra Scott is a loving mom, a driven entrepreneur, and a passionate designer who believes the truest form of success is giving back in a meaningful way.
As a creative mind with a love of natural gemstones, Kendra designed her first collection of jewelry in 2002. The foundation of Kendra’s success has been her infectious energy and entrepreneurial spirit, which took her from a $500 project in the spare bedroom of her home to a billion-dollar fashion brand loved globally. Known for her unique use of color and quality materials, Kendra has created collections of timeless pieces that have won over loyal fans, media, and celebrities alike.
Since she began her company, Kendra has lived by three core values: Family, Fashion, and Philanthropy. She created a brand and culture that authentically values giving back and making a positive difference in the community. The Kendra Scott company maintains a focus on its customers and the causes close to their hearts, abiding by the mantra “What Matters to You, Matters to Us.” Kendra Scott has two locations in the KC Metropolitan area -- the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City and Towne Center Plaza in Leawood.
Save these important 2020 dates…
Golfing “Fore” Heroes: Wednesday, June 10
Red, Dine and, Blue: September 11
First-Responder SAFETY Telethon on KCTV5 on 9/11/20
Dining with Heroes, November 12, 2020 at Olde Mill Emporium in Parkville, MO
Supporters Hit the Hardwood For Local Heroes
Owners of Tiger Bowl, Jerry, and Teresa Ferrell, and event coordinator Dewayne Day are pictured presenting the proceeds to HeroFundUSA, Inc. CEO Darrell Smith.
In the first photo, you will see the result of our friends at Tiger Bowl in Excelsior Springs's recent efforts in their inaugural 9-Pin Tap Tournament for HeroFundUSA, Inc. -- an impressive $1246.54 was raised over a two weekend period in February. Owners of Tiger Bowl, Jerry, and Teresa Ferrell, and event coordinator Dewayne Day are pictured presenting the proceeds to HeroFundUSA, Inc. CEO Darrell Smith.
Associates of Price Chopper #104 in Blue Springs celebrating the successful conclusion of their efforts at Lunar Bowl.
On March 7, 9 & 11, Blue Springs area volunteers and supporters came to Lunar Bowl to show their support for First-Responder SAFETY. Over 150 individuals and businesses rallied together and raised an impressive $6500 for local First-Responder safety equipment needs. Pictured above are associates of Price Chopper #104 in Blue Springs celebrating the successful conclusion of their efforts at Lunar Bowl.
BLUE SPRINGS FORD captured TOP FUNDRAISING TEAM honors while SANTA FE TOW SERVICE garnered TOP SCORING TEAM HONORS. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF OUR FAITHFUL, ENTHUSIASTIC BOWING SUPPORTERS FOR A HIGHLY-SUCCESSFUL SPRING 2020 STRIKE-FORCE BOWLING EFFORT!