SWBC employees, families, and friends built over 300 literacy kits at the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County for children at Green Elementary. This initiative supports and improves literacy within our community.
SWBC employees supported, volunteered, and helped cleanup Nebraska’s oldest celebration and festival, Oregon Trail Days.
SWBC employees supported United Way’s Shoebox Project by collecting thousands of toiletries and filling over 500 shoeboxes to donate to those in need.
Volunteering on top of work and family is difficult, but that doesn’t stop Bryant Chandler. “Growing up, I remember my mom always volunteering for different outreach programs,” said Bryant. “Currently, my parents are involved with Guide Dogs for the Blind, where they raise and train puppies that will assist the visually impaired.” Believing it’s his responsibly to pay it forward, you’ll always see Bryant helping others at work and in the community. “SWBC’s Emerging Professional’s Program provided an outlet for me to work with several different volunteer organizations,” he said. “I’ve restored homes, worked at animal shelters, mentored children, and cooked meals for grieving families all on the company’s behalf! Volunteering is one way we can set an example for the next generation to show them the benefits of coming together for the greater good.”
*You are not required to support or donate to any of these organizations in order to do business with SWBC.