United Way Day of Caring a Success
Employees participate in 24th annual event.
Zions employees worked to make a difference in their communities this fall during the 24th annual United Way Day of Caring. Bank volunteers worked on a variety of service projects in Pocatello, Twin Falls and Boise, Idaho, as well as Salt Lake City, Logan, Ogden, Orem and St. George, Utah. Area coordinators and team captains who helped make this year’s projects a success were Doug Kohler, Bridget Julian, Erick Salazar, Nathan Oliphant, Brandon Toyn, Judy Burton, Rosemary Huish, Donna Mitchell, Chris Bang, Sarah Thompson, Jacqueline Hickman and Odette Sutton.
“It’s great to see Zions employees come together for a common good,” said Hannah Williams, Zions United Way Day coordinator. “Thank you to everyone who took the time to volunteer their time and talents.”
Idaho Service Projects
Boise: Zions volunteers assisted with set up and decorations at the Boise Centre for the Idaho Foodbank’s annual fundraising event “A Chefs’ Affaire.” The 60s-themed party is the Foodbank’s largest event.
Pocatello: Eastern Idaho employees spent the day at the Idaho Foodbank where they filled backpacks with two days’ worth of food for low-income children.
Twin Falls: At the Idaho Youth Ranch, employees cleaned, sorted and categorized donations. This was the first Day of Caring event for the Twin Falls region.
Utah Service Projects
Logan: Cache Valley employees visited Common Ground Outdoor Adventures where they provided equipment maintenance and grounds cleanup.
Ogden: At the Lantern House homeless shelter, volunteers assisted with landscaping needs.
Orem/Provo: Employees rolled up their sleeves to help construct the All-Together Playground in City Center Park.
Salt Lake City: More than 50 volunteers helped beautify the Historic Scott School grounds by freshening the landscaping, planting hedges, washing windows and pruning trees. In the afternoon, employees worked on an indoor art project.