As you drive through Ohio’s Amish Country in the summer and fall, you see an abundant harvest: the result of many seeds. In German, Keim means seed.
At Keim, we seek to plant seeds for a better community.
We do this through the
Business for Community model.
Business for Community
is a way of life.
We've been living it out for four generations.
It means that we value three things:
Our connection to our owners, co-workers, customers, business partners, and local residents.
2. Local Economy:
The financial and educational well-being of hundreds of local businesses and families they support.
3. Creation Care:
The cultivation, conservation, and protection of our natural, God-given resources.
Why does community matter?
In community, our long-term success depends on the
success and resilience of those around us.
Living out Business for Community plants the seeds for a better tomorrow.
When we work and thrive together in community,
we can live in prosperity and harmony.
As a business, our vision is to
"lead and inspire others to fulfill their dreams and goals."
Here are a few examples of how we work to do that.
Through Keim University, we provide continuous learning opportunities for our community.
Charm Care & Share Fund
Keim employees self-fund a non-profit to identify needs and distribute funds among employees and community members.
Businesses in Amish Country are known for quality products. We're grateful for strong businesses to work with, and we're always looking for new partnerships.