Salt Lake City, Utah (May 29, 2019) 4Life executives and employees attended an assembly at Woodrow Wilson Elementary school to share the donations from a recent service project. The donations will go in the school store, where students will use “Roadrunner Bucks”—currency earned for good behavior—to purchase the items. Over 1,700 items, including toys, games, and hygiene items were donated.
President and CEO Danny Lee spoke to the students about the importance of hard work and sharing what we have with others.
Lee: “It was great to be at Woodrow Wilson Elementary and feel the great potential there! 4Life will continue to help these refugee and immigrant kids achieve the very best life has to offer them.”
Marketing Copywriter Jessica Hyde: “Attending this event was unforgettable. The children, faculty, and staff of Woodrow Wilson were so excited, and so were we. It’s amazing to work for a company that aspires to help children.”
Woodrow Wilson Elementary school hosts a diverse student body of immigrant and refugee children. The school is part of the Granite School District, a Foundation 4Life partner.
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