Sharing LCI's 100,000 Hours of Community Service - Elkhart County 4H Fair Parade
Led by the Windows Division, all LCI Divisions took part in this year's Elkhart County 4H Fair parade, representing LCI and celebrating our 100,000 Hours of Community Service initiative. The team utilized a box truck with LCI banners, passed out candy and carried signs with #WhyIVolunteer messages. Overall, more than 60 LCI team members and more than 50 family members showed up to support the cause.
#WhyIVolunteer: "The parade was a great opportunity for me to meet and build relationships with team members and family members from different LCI facilities. I really enjoyed seeing all of the smiling faces. We have already started planning for next year. Thanks for the opportunity." - Yousimara Perez, Plant 227
Plant 57 Donates to Idaho Health Department
The team from Plant 57 stepped up in a major way when the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare fell short of the needed hygiene products for children and disabled community members. Plant 57 held a "hygiene drive" and collected more than 1,430 products - the single largest donation made to the department.
Francisco Resendez Donates Hair for Kids with Cancer
Franscisco Resendez had been steadily growing his hair longer and longer, with the ultimate goal of growing it long enough to donate to children with cancer. Francisco's hair will be used to make wigs for children undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Way to go, Francisco!
LCI Helps Set Up for Logan Center Garden Party Fundraising Event
John Carlson, Sam Gipson, Jeremy Davis, Chuck Smith and Kyle Crossman spent time helping the Logan Center set up for a fundraising event. The Logan Center Garden Party is a fundraising event that helps the nonprofit provide additional support for the Sonya Ansari Center for Autism. While total funds raised have not yet been confimed, the Garden Party event helped bring in 400-plus attendees and raised more than $300,000.