Lincoln Elementary School in Mesa, AZ Gets a Make OverNovember 01, 2013 Company News
100 Volunteers to Revitalize Campus as part of Silicon Valley Bank’s 30 Years | 30 Causes Campaign
TEMPE, AZ — November 2, 2013 — One hundred volunteers from Silicon Valley Bank’s office in Tempe will revitalize Lincoln Elementary School, a K-6 public school in Mesa, Arizona on November 2, 2013 as part of its global community service campaign in honor of the company’s 30th anniversary: 30 Years | 30 Causes.
Lincoln Elementary serves 770 students from the area and 94% of the students qualify for the free or reduced lunch program.
The volunteers will help revitalize the campus with murals, landscaping, a new hummingbird and butterfly garden, fresh paint in the teacher’s lounge and hallways, and general cleaning.
Follow @SVB_Financial’s community service initiatives on Twitter with #SVB30, on Facebook and at http://www.svb.com/svb-30-years/.
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