FCCU Hosts First Annual Day Service
We're proud to announce FCCU staff recently held our first annual Day of Service. The FCCU Day of Service was created as a way to give staff the opportunity work together to exemplify our brand promise, "Life is Better with Community" and also our core value of commitment to community.
With nearly all of FCCU's employees volunteering, more than 260 combined staff hours were accumulated during this time. “It was amazing to see all the hard work, local connections, staff engagement and variety of activities across our locations.” said Susan Long Swen, Event & Community Engagement Specialist.
There were a variety of clean-up projects at a school, museum, horse arena, post office grounds, other city sites, parks, ball fields and highway ditches in Bismarck, Crookston, Climax, Jamestown, Page, Kindred, Wahpeton, Hankinson, Milnor, Napoleon, Oakes, Portland, Steele, St. John, Valley City, Wishek and Grand Forks – including the Sunshine Home.
Additional activities consisted of clean-up of community gardens and flower planting, assembling May Day and hygiene baskets, a nail booth and art project for Jamestown senior center residents, meal prep, baking and cleaning at Fargo's Ronald McDonald House and time spent volunteering at the Devils Lake Hope Center.
Please click the video below or the link here to watch the Day of Service recap video. Hankinson, Page and Valley City staff were too busy to take pictures but also took part in clean-up activities.
Thank you to all our staff for their involvement and dedication to our communities!