Community Investment

At Towne Park, our values of treating people with respect, caring for others and our deep commitment to service – to our teams, clients and communities — is core to who we are.

Our mission to enhance the mobility experience is all about how we create memorable experiences and impact the lives in our business and in our communities.

Mobilizing Dreams

Mobilizing Dreams is our commitment to mobilize our hospitality expertise and resources to help our associates, their families and kids in the local communities overcome obstacles and fulfill their dreams.

We invest financial resources, dedicate the skills of our employees and develop partnerships that enhance the communities where we live and work.

Through the Towne Park Foundation, we make grants and engage our volunteers in three Mobilizing Dreams focus areas:

  • Dreams for Kids: creating VIP experiences for kids facing health obstacles so they can experience moments of joy
  • Dream Scholars: providing access to scholarships and training so Towne Park associates and their families can achieve their goals
  • Dreams Restored: rallying to help associates get the financial and personal support they need in crisis situations so they can move beyond hardship

We believe it is our responsibility to contribute and make an impact in the communities we so proudly serve and build vibrant, sustainable communities for all.

Towne Park Foundation

Since the Towne Park Foundation’s inception, more than a million dollars has been invested in local and children’s non-profits, scholarships for higher education and support of our employees in times of hardship.

To learn more about the Towne Park Foundation visit www.thefoundationwebsite.org/mobilizing-dreams

Our Impact

2019 Foundation Scholarship Winner Andrew Long

Andrew Long has always had a dedication for people, his community and the environment and early on in his life he developed a curiosity for finding a way to connect the three together.

As a Guest Service Captain at St. Francis Medical Center in West Peoria, Illinois, Andrew got a taste for working with people from all different backgrounds by mentoring his team members and working to provide a patient focused and caring experience for his hospital guests.

When it came time to apply to colleges, the Community and Environmental Sociology program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus was a natural fit for him to turn his passion for forming a connection between people and the environment into a life-long career.

In 2019, Andrew was awarded a $10,000 per year scholarship by The Foundation and, in the fall, he attended his first UW-Madison class as a full-time student.

He continues his work as a Guest Service Captain while maintaining a full academic course load all while leading several community driven and volunteer initiatives in his community.

CEO Andrew Kerin and scholarship winner Andrew Long