Speaking on Business: Zions Community Service
Zions Bank embraces being involved in our community and supporting service projects throughout the year.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
As a state, we value helping others and lending a hand, so it’s not surprising Idaho is named as one of the top states for giving volunteerism in the United States. This is also a value Zions Bank embraces, by being involved in our community and supporting service projects during the year.
This includes doing events like National Teach Children to Save Day, which teaches better financial management at a younger age. The bank also supports and leads in supporting organizations like YMCA and the American Cancer Society, and is consistently recognized for our outreach with the military.
Every summer, Zions Bank employees participate in the annual Paint-a-Thon service project, in Boise it’s Paint the Town, where employees spend a week painting and beautifying homes for seniors, disabled and veteran neighbors who can’t do the work themselves. Now in its 27th year, this bank wide event has helped hundreds of homeowners throughout Idaho and Utah.
Zions Bank is also involved with the annual United Way Day of Caring event. Bank volunteers participate in projects like filling backpacks with nutritious food for kids at the Idaho Foodbank in Boise, volunteering at the homeless shelter in Twin Falls and the Ketchum Innovation Center in the Wood River Valley and updating, cleaning and painting the Senior Activity Center in Pocatello.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.