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August 2019

On August 23rd Mondo/Kiefer USA, Footspeed, and Raycom Sports partnered with Saint Sabina Church in the Southside of Chicago for Father Mike Pfleger’s Annual Summer Block Party. Mondo USA created a 2-lane portable track for kids of all ages to run on and have their times recorded in MPH. The purpose of the event was to promote inclusion, health & wellness, competition and just plain FUN! Children had the chance to win cash and prizes and gain self-confidence like never before. The surface they ran on was Mondotrack WS, the chosen track of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

August 2019

Kiefer USA has donated a box of school supplies to Allendale School in Lake Villa, IL. The Allendale Association is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to excellence and innovation in the care, treatment, education and advocacy for children and youth with serious emotional, mental and behavioral health challenges. We are grateful to be able to provide these students with some of the supplies they need to have a successful school year!

June 2019

Kiefer USA has adopted another family this year from the Z-Center in Gurnee. Our hearts are full knowing that we can help out a family of 5 for a year! Our first donation this year is a welcome basket full of goodies and a couple bikes for the younger kids.

May 2019

Kiefer USA volunteered again this year for the GLASA Regional Games held at Lake Forest High School and Niles West High School. We helped set up for Boccia, keep score for Archery, and registration.


November 2018

Kiefer USA collected boxes of food and sanitary items and donated them to a local food pantry, Open Arms Mission, right before the holidays!


August 2018

Kiefer USA collected school supplies for a local school and donated them before the school year began.


July 2018

Kiefer USA volunteered in July and November this year for Feed My Starving Children. In July we packed 90 boxes, which is 54,000 servings of food!



May 2018

Kiefer USA volunteered to help out at the GLASA Regional Games this year at Lake Forest High School and Niles West. We volunteered for Archery, Track & Field, and Powerlifting.



April 2018

Kiefer USA has been saving lives by donating blood to our local LifeSource clinic for the last few years and we continue to do so twice a year.


March 2018

Instead of adopting a highway this year, Kiefer USA has adopted a family! We sent them a welcome basket, some Easter baskets for the kids, birthday gifts, and Christmas presents for the kids!


February 2018

Kiefer USA donated bags and boxes filled with men’s clothing, coats, and many other needed items to PADS Lake County.

November 7, 2016

Kiefer USA volunteered again for Feed My Starving Children by packing boxes of food that helped feed 38 children for an entire year! We all had such a great time and plan on volunteering a couple times a year!

Feed My Starving Children - 2016- Kiefer USA

February 19, 2016

Kiefer USA volunteered for Feed My Starving Children by packing boxes of food that helped feed 61 children for an entire year! We all had such a great time and plan on volunteering a couple times a year.

Kiefer USA in Libertyville, IL volunteering

May 13, 2016

Kiefer USA adopted a highway in Lake County, IL. through the Adopt-A-Highway organization! We had our first clean up of the year and it was great. Help keep your county clean and Go Beyond the Surface!

Kiefer USA - Adopt a highway event


July 21, 2016

Kiefer USA had 6 volunteers donate blood at LifeSource in Gurnee, IL. Today we volunteered some of our time and Saved Lives!!! If you want to learn more about donating blood go to the LifeSource website.

Kiefer USA - Lifesource blood donation


August 13, 2016

Kiefer USA participated in the Lindenfest 2016 Parade in our hometown of Lindenhurst, IL. Kiefer’s float was themed around the 2016 Olympics with a banner showing the olympic track in Rio, which is a Mondo Track!

Kiefer USA - Lindenfest parade
Kiefer USA - Lindenfest parade

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