The Kansas City Royals joined Sun Life Financial to offer a program called Home Run to Health, a 4 week program to promote healthy lifestyle and living. Students from Eastwood Hills Elementary, located near Kauffman Stadium in the Raytown School District, received a handbook of workouts and healthy habits titled Home Run to Health, powered by Sun Life Financial at an assembly in April. The four-week program challenges the kids to learn and use healthy habits and stay active.
At the conclusion of the challenge, Royals Pitcher Brad Keller, former Royals Outfielder Les Norman and Royals Athletic Trainers Dylan Wilson and Sean Bardennett visited the students to congratulate them on completing the Home Run to Health program. Participants received weekly incentives for completing each week of the program and were back to a game during the 2018 season.
The Royals & Sun Life Financial encourage kids to take the 4-week Home Run to Health challenge this summer. Use the Home Run to Health worksheets to track your progress.
About Sun Life Financial:
Sun Life Financial is a leading international financial services organization providing a diverse range of protection and wealth products and services to individuals and corporate customers. In the United States, Sun Life Financial is one of the largest group benefits providers, serving more than 60,000 employers in small, medium, and large workplaces across the country. Sun Life's broad portfolio of products and services in the U.S. includes Disability and Absence Management, Life, Dental and Vision, Voluntary, and Stop-Loss insurance. This includes the acquisition of Assurant Employee Benefits in Q1 2016. For more information, please visit www.sunlife.com/us.