SVB in the community

 

SVB in the community; U.S.
October 25, 2013 Posted by
The Hudson River Park relies on financial and volunteer support from the public to keep this public, green oasis operating year round. So, 21 SVB volunteers joined NYC Cares on a sunny day in October to help rejuvenate a deserving outdoor space along the city’s riverfront as part of our 30 Years | 30 Causes campaign.
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SVB in the community
October 24, 2013 Posted by
On our designated volunteer day, 14 SVB employees volunteered to improve the overall appearance of the home and the living experience for the residents...
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SVB in the community; Asia
October 24, 2013 Posted by
Fifteen volunteers from SVB in Beijing and Shanghai set out to offer our support, energy and friendship to students at Sunshine Home in Da Pu Qiao. The organization provides a supportive space and a daily destination for adults with developmental and learning disabilities.
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SVB in the community
October 23, 2013 Posted by
Thanks to Austin Habitat For Humanity 340 families in our area now have a home of their own. For 27 years, the not-for-profit organization has been dedicated to ending the cycle of poverty and creating affordable housing for people in Austin. During our 30th year in business we decided to celebrate by joining Habitat in its mission to build homes, communities and hope, as part of our 30 Years | 30 Causes campaign
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SVB in the community
October 11, 2013 Posted by
Volunteering is a verb, but it’s not just something that you do. It’s also an attitude. It’s a belief that what you are doing will make something a little better or restore a situation from negative to positive.
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SVB in the community
September 18, 2013 Posted by
My colleagues at Silicon Valley Bank never fail to deliver when it comes to taking care of people – our clients, our co-workers and the community. This year, we took on a very special cause in honor of our 30th year in business as part of our 30 Years | 30 Causes campaign. The Salt Lake County Division of Youth Services (DYS) has served the Youth in Salt Lake County for nearly four decades with one goal in mind: to provide a place of safety, shelter and support.
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SVB in the community
September 18, 2013 Posted by
Supremely happy people devote their time to others and studies show that the bonds between humans and animals also have a strong impact on the health of both, so when we had an opportunity to get involved in a community project in honor of SVB’s 30th anniversary, we reached out to PAWS.
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SVB in the community
September 17, 2013 Posted by

A team of 18 SVBers met at La Jolla Shores to take on three projects. Our group of beach clean-up volunteers combed the shores to collect and discard trash, removing 18 pounds of trash and over 100 cigarette butts. Another part of our team worked with Project Linus, a national organization providing handmade blankets for patients at a local children's hospital. A third group painted a seahorse mural for Rady Children's Hospital San Diego. 

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SVB in the community
September 14, 2013 Posted by
In any large city, there will always be a number of people who struggle to recover from adversity. Los Angeles is no exception. Against the backdrop of Hollywood stars, a booming tech sector and the Pacific Ocean, the contrast is particularly stark.
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SVB in the community; Europe
September 14, 2013 Posted by
Due to a lack of affordable, safe places for young people to go after school or on the weekends to spend their free time, small volunteer organisations bridge the gap. Often local, council-funded community centres operate as a hub for recreation and sports, career services and places to host important community events. Historically, these resources have been vital to the strength of many communities especially in less flourishing areas of London.
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