Giving Back to Our Communities Since 2015.
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My Neighbor's Keeper Initiative
My Neighbor’s Keeper began in 2015 as an outlet for the associates of Weigand-Omega Management and Omega Senior Living to serve their local communities in meaningful ways across the nation. Our Advisory Board is made up of employees who steer company-wide initiatives that are carried out in each prospective community that our staff live and work in.
At the heart of our family-run business is the basic principle of caring for the needs of others, regardless of what setting that is fulfilled in. We believe strongly in the principle of good stewardship, both personally and corporately, and we believe in giving back to the communities we live in and work in. We invest in people, not just programs, and we are motivated to improve and enrich the lives of others by contributing our time, effort, skills and capital to this mission.
On December 25, 2018 we were officially granted a Trademark from the USPTO for My Neighbor’s Keeper. We have a Service Mark in Class 35: “Administration of a program to promote community service among employees within our company to give gifts, time, and talents to make the communities they live and work in better.”
Our 3 Missions
To Provide charitable contributions to amazing causes that support the communities we live in and share.
The Pulse Mission
To serve associates and their families that have encountered difficult life trials and have temporary needs we can meet as a company of people.
Personal Cause Champions
- To help our associates personally grow
- To help the cohesiveness of our property teams
- To help our communities
- To improve the reputation of our properties
- To improve the reputation of our company
Our Calendar of Annual Events
My Neighbor’s Keeper – Honorary Chairperson – Bonnie L. Hanson
Mrs. Bonnie L. Hanson is the wife to Robert Hanson (Weigand-Omega CEO, and Omega Senior Living Chairman of the Board), and mother to Craig Hanson, (Weigand-Omega President, and Omega Senior Living CEO). Mrs. Hanson started her career as a second grade school teacher. She accepted an assignment to teach science and social studies to under-represented and under-privileged students as part of a grant program from Wichita State University. She retired to care for her two young children.
In later years, Mrs. Hanson came aboard as Weigand-Omega’s first human resources manager. She improved and built upon the existing HR foundation. Mrs. Hanson kept the company compliant with the ever increasing government regulations. During her tenure, she was elected to the Kansas Worker’s Compensation Board, serving as the Board Director and President. Most of all she was the compassionate ear, a confidant, a resolver of conflict, a peacemaker, and the most loved of all Weigand-Omega Employees. Mrs. Hanson’s community involvement includes Kansas Children’s Service League (Board Member), St. Francis Community Services (Fundraising Chair), Kansas Elks Training Center Housing –KETCH (Board Member), a member of her church’s Benevolence Committee, volunteers regularly at The Lord’s Diner, and is a long time sponsor for a child in India.