Meijer is a family-owned company serving the needs of families at each of our stores throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Wisconsin.
With the help from our Team Members and customers, we’re able to make the community a better place to live, work and play.
As we grow, we follow a simple philosophy established by our grandfather and father more than 80 years ago: “take care of your customers, team members and community … and all of them will take care of you, just like a family.”
We invite you to visit this site often to learn about how much our Simply Give campaign is helping our neighbors, about our sponsorship that brought the LPGA back to Michigan and more. Welcome to our Meijer Community!
Meijer in the Community
The fall Simply Give campaign is underway and features a new look. Meijer rebranded the program to incorporate individuals involved with its food pantry partners throughout the Midwest.
For example, meet Krystal. She’s a Community Police Officer with the Kent County Sheriff’s Department, and volunteers regularly at Streams of Hope Food Pantry where she helps individuals find the food they need to feed their families.
“It’s not complicated,” she said. “Neighbors always help neighbors.”
Krystal’s photo can be found on the Simply Give donation cards in Meijer stores, on signage and in this video throughout the fall campaign, which ends Sept. 15.
For more information on the program, please click here.
Our Partners at Work
After participating in the recent Walk for Wishes, Meijer received the following letter from Make-A-Wish Wisconsin:
“Thank you for transforming the lives of Wisconsin children with critical illnesses through the power of a wish. Your help is critical in helping fulfill our mission to grant the wish of every medically-eligible child. Your sponsorship of Walk for Wishes benefiting Make-A-Wish Wisconsin is helping hundreds of other kids across Wisconsin feel stronger, more energetic, more willing and able to battle their illnesses. Thanks to donors like you, this year, we granted 400 wishes — more than ever before in Wisconsin. …”