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St. George Learning Center for Families

May 7th, 2018|MOUNTAIN|

The St. George, Utah Branch worked with The Learning Center for Families in March 2018. They helped wrap 8,850 diapers for distribution to families in the area. The Learning Center specializes in early childhood development and healthy pregnancy education. Holly Nelson Regional Suspense Coordinator 9069 S. 1300 W., Suite D West Jordan, UT 84088

The Bicycle Collective of St. George

May 7th, 2018|MOUNTAIN|

The St. George, Utah Branch recently volunteered at the Bicycle Collective of St. George, which is a non-profit community bike shop that provides refurbished bicycles and educational programs to children and lower income families in the area. The volunteers helped rehab old bicycles, sort inventory and clean bicycle parts. Holly Nelson Regional Suspense Coordinator 9069 [...]

Adopt-a-Family through the Salvation Army

May 7th, 2018|MOUNTAIN|

The Omaha, NE Branch adopted a family through the Salvation Army’s Christmas program in 2017.  The family they adopted had eight children between the ages of 4 months-17 years old, who were originally from Sudan.  The branch donated gifts and money for food supplies so the family was able to have Christmas dinner. Jysicca Perez, [...]

Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy

May 7th, 2018|MOUNTAIN|

In March 2018, the Omaha, NE Branch donated $2,500 to the Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy and was given a tour of their facility.  HETRA offers services in Therapeutic Riding, Hippotherapy, Equine Services for Veterans and Therapeutic Carriage Driving and is currently the only PATH Premier Accredited Therapeutic Riding Center in Nebraska.  They serve participants [...]

Donation Drives for Veteran Care Packages and the Idaho Humane Society

May 7th, 2018|MOUNTAIN|

The Eagle, Idaho Branch was busy in the first quarter of 2018 with two projects: gathering donations of goods and money to support both veterans as well as homeless pets in their area.  All told, they were able to donate $300.00 worth of goods to fill veteran care packages, made a cash donation of $225.00, [...]

CAMP KEMO Summer Camp

May 7th, 2018|SOUTHEAST|

Guild Giving Program | Camp Kemo | Columbia Main Branch The Southeast Region’s Columbia Main Branch has been a continuous sponsor for CAMP KEMO. The CAMP KEMO Summer Camp is a community-funded program that provides children with life-threatening illnesses the opportunity to attend a week-long summer camp, where they can have the time of their [...]

Northwest Operations team provides breakfast to local youth

April 2nd, 2018|NORTHWEST|

The Northwest Operations Team (led by Regional Operations Manager Jamie Morishige, who recently won a service award for her dedication to Jubilee Reach and the Liberty Road Foundation) are dedicated to supporting important community programs for families and children in need. Once a month, Jamie gathers team members to serve breakfast to children at Jubilee [...]

Bellevue branch serves breakfast to homeless youth

April 2nd, 2018|NORTHWEST|

The Bellevue, Washington branch is making a difference in the lives of Seattle’s homeless youth by serving breakfast twice monthly at New Horizons, a shelter and outreach program which connects clients with job skills, counseling and other much-needed resources.

A special volunteer experience for one local Oregon Guild employee

April 2nd, 2018|OREGON|

In 2016, there were several doubters who said it would take a year or two to raise money using a golf tournament format. Our first year we were able to raise $45,000 for three charities—Bob's Auto Cafe, Raphael House of Portland and Children's Cancer Association. We didn't do it just to feel good, though—we truly [...]

Local Guild employees fundraise for San Diego Humane Society

April 2nd, 2018|CALIFORNIA|

The Correspondent Lending, FIS and Consumer Direct Divisions in the southern California region are demonstrating their ongoing commitment to the community in many ways. In September of 2017, the Guild team “Paws All In” collected food, pet toys and other goods for donation to the San Diego Humane Society. This effort benefitted the Humane Society [...]