At Stampede, we not only focus on our customer strategy, but also on contributing to the communities in which our team members live and work. Like our own company values to challenge, commit, embrace, improve and perform, we feel it is our responsibility to help end hunger and domestic violence in our neighborhoods. Our goal is to provide nourishment, support and trust in order to inspire families to grow and strive for success. Through volunteer work, donations and dedication to our community, we aim to give every person a chance for success and good health.
Challenge Directly & Respectfully
We challenge ourselves to make a difference for the betterment of our community. Like the Stampede Values we live and work by, we strive to question the status quo in order to help those in need.
Commit to Teamwork
Together, we can find the best solutions to fight hunger and domestic violence. We have the power to feed, empower and instill trust within our community.
Stampede Values state that our company strongly recognizes how new ideas are the building blocks to our future. By fostering innovation every day, we lead the necessary change in our communities to end hunger and domestic violence.
We are dedicated to feeding and healing our neighborhoods. Each and every day, we commit to building onto what we’ve already accomplished.
Each promise made in our values is backed with a strong passion to serve. We sincerely want to make a difference, and we always follow through.
Stampede Cares In Action
Stampede Cares participates in multiple team building and fundraising events throughout the year in order to strengthen our surrounding communities.
In 2019, Stampede Cares partnered with Vitalant, one of the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit community blood service providers to host an onsite blood drive. Over 30 volunteers signed up to donate blood and save lives.
Throughout 2018, Stampede Cares partnered with The Salvation Army, an international movement to meet human need wherever, whenever and however they can. Team members volunteered to pack off over 500 food boxes for Chicagoland families in need. They also step it up each holiday season, donating hundreds of nonperishable food items and chicken to feed over 2,000 families.
Stampede Cares partnered with Pillars Community Health, a national nonprofit fighting to end domestic violence. Through carnival games at an all-staff picnic, and T-shirt sales, Stampede raised money to donate to the cause during the summer of 2018.
During the fall, Stampede Care’s held the first ever, Stampede Olympics to support No Kid Hungry, a national nonprofit fighting to end child hunger, connect kids with nutritious foods and educate families about healthy, affordable cooking.
Stampede CEO Brock Furlong Cares
Brock is extremely passionate about giving back, especially when efforts work toward solving child hunger. In 2013 & 2018, Panda Cares invited him to speak about the Power of Giving at the Panda Leaders Conference.