Giving back and putting people at the center of everything we do is a cornerstone of Cambia’s culture. To formally kick off the Winter Charitable Season, Cambia hosted the Celebration of Giving, a weeklong promotion that provided employees with activities and opportunities for coming together and serving those in need.
Check out some of the highlights from the many volunteer activities that took place across the organization.
- YWCA: Lewiston employees painted soup bowls with a purpose for the YWCA’s annual SOUPport our Shelters fundraising event.
- FACES of Hope: Boise employees tied together 30 blankets that will be distributed to people impacted by domestic violence.
- Operation Gratitude: Employees in the Lewiston office assembled 150 paracord bracelets, which will be distributed in care kits to service members throughout the year.
- Utah Food Bank event: Employees decorated over 100 reusable tote bags that will be used to distribute food to families at a local elementary school.
- Sunshine Division: Employees packed food and sorted clothing for families and individuals in need.
- Cambia Playhouse Experience event: Cambia employees had a blast building a playhouse with Habitat for Humanity Portland Metro East. Once constructed, the playhouse was given to five-year-old Teddy, a participant in the Pathways Program at The Dougy Center for Grieving Children.
- Habitat for Humanity event: Cambia employees spent the day pitching in on a build site with Habitat for Humanity Portland Metro East.
- Medical Teams International Kitting event: Tacoma employees took on the task of assembling 500 hygiene kits, most of which were distributed to Tacoma Rescue Mission or will be handed out at upcoming mobile dental clinics.
- Operation Gratitude: Employees in the Burlington office assembled 150 paracord bracelets, which will be distributed in care kits to service members throughout the year.
- Mary’s Place volunteer project: Employees helped prepare the Mary’s Place Day Center for a holiday party, which included prepping gift bags for the women served by the shelter.