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.
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About Silicon Valley Bank
Banking the world's most innovative companies and exclusive wineries, SVB's diverse financial services, knowledge, global network, and world class service increase our clients' probability of success. With $23 billion in assets and more than 1,600 employees, we provide commercial, international and private banking through 34 locations worldwide. Forbes Magazine ranks us among America's Best Banks and Fortune considered SVB one of the best places to work. (Nasdaq: SIVB) www.svb.com.
Silicon Valley Bank is the California bank subsidiary and the commercial banking operation of SVB Financial Group. Banking services are provided by Silicon Valley Bank, a member of the FDIC and the Federal Reserve System. SVB Financial Group is also a member of the Federal Reserve System.
About 30 Years | 30 Causes
Employees in each of Silicon Valley Bank's offices around the globe are participating in 30 community service events in honor of our 30 years in business. The “30 Years |30 Causes” campaign was developed after Silicon Valley Bank crowd sourced ideas from its employees to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Read More