Over July 25-27th, ASEA employees participated in an outstanding 175 hours of service. Employees participated in two amazing service projects. First, we assembled adult and child hygiene kits while also tying fleece blankets together that were delivered to people in need in the Provo area and children in the AF hospital.
These hygiene kits will help improve the quality of life of those who cannot purchase even the most basic hygiene supplies, such as toilet paper or soap. And the blankets we tied together will provide comfort to children who are going through traumatic and often life-threatening experiences.
We also had the opportunity to do some gardening at the Provo Community Gardens. The gardening experience will provide local residents with the opportunity to become more self-sufficient by growing their own food.
Both the hygiene kits and the gardening opportunity were organized through Provo Community Action, an organization that provides a variety of services for people in need in Utah County.
At ASEA, we believe that “People matter, regardless of what they can do for us or what role they play.” This service project will directly impact people in the community, showing that our core values are more than words on a page. They are a part of who we are.