We enhance communities through
Hageman is deeply committed to being a positive contributor in the community. We strive to enhance communities through investment in redevelopment, job creation, and intentionally building innovative communities where people can live, work, and grow. As a family business, we invest in projects that generations after us will be proud to own. We are committed to leaving it better than we found it for the next generation, and that value extends into every community where we are involved.
Investing in Communities
70+ communitiesWe are active in communities all across the country.
Investing in Relationships
10+ public/private partnershipsHageman is committed to creating win/win outcomes for the communities we invest in.
Investing in the Future
For generationsHageman invests in sustainable farmland, clean energy technology, and high quality buildings that will last for future generations.
We enhance communities through
Hageman is deeply committed to giving back to the community through philanthropy. The Hageman Foundation is a private family foundation with the mission of partnering with organizations that further agriculture, education, entrepreneurship, and leadership. In addition to making annual donations to aligned not-for-profits, the Hageman Foundation matches employee donations each year to support those initiatives which our Team is deeply passionate about in our community. As a group, we believe our investments are living our core value to “leave it better than we found it” and “be a team player” within all the communities where we engage.
Not for Profits Supported
30+ OrganizationsHageman Foundation is committed to supporting non-profits in the communities where we invest.
$2.5+ millionHageman Foundation is committed to growing our philanthropic donations now and into the future.
100% matchingHageman Foundation matches employee contributions to the causes that matter most to them.
Unfinished Block P Monument at Purdue symbolizes lifelong learning and honors students who are unable to complete their educational journey.
Hageman is an Advisory Board member of the Indiana University Center for Real Estate Studies. Hageman’s very own Tom Peck has been an adjunct faculty member teaching real estate investment since 2013.
Hageman’s generosity allowed for the creation of dedicated space in the Purdue Agricultural Administration building for student success and leadership development.
A tradition was started when Shane & Jana Hageman baked two pies and took them to a homeless shelter on Thanksgiving in 2008. That tradition has grown to over 600 pies delivered each Thanksgiving to homeless shelters across the state.
Hageman is committed to serving organizations that give back to their communities.
Founded on Thanksgiving Day in 1835 to help new arrivals to the Indianapolis area with material needs such as food, clothing, and shelter, Families First has evolved and changed with the community to best meet many human service needs of central Indiana families. In 2021 Families First reunited via a merger with Children’s Bureau, which had been a part of the Families First organization in the 19th century. Tom Peck of Hageman Group is a former Board Chair and 20-year member of the board of directors of Families First until the organization’s 2021 merger with Children’s Bureau.
Founded in 2000 as Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development, HAND Inc. has a mission to revitalize neighborhoods and help bring much needed affordable housing to often affluent areas that still need quality places for low- and moderate-income residents to live. For approximately 10 years Tom Peck and Jana Hageman of Hageman Group have served on various roles at HAND including development committee member, board member, and board President.