#Activate10: Riverton nonprofits receive helping hand Wednesday afternoon

#Activate10, presented by your local McDonald’s Restaurants a County 10 series seeking to increase communication between individuals and organizations across Fremont County and to promote positive action in our communities.

Employees from First Interstate Bank in Riverton spent Wednesday afternoon at multiple locations in the community lending a helping hand with different projects.

This is the organization’s 3rd annual Commitment to Community Volunteer Day where all First Interstate Bank locations close for the afternoon to volunteer.

“I think this has a big impact for everybody involved,” Mark Evans Riverton First Interstate Bank President shared with County 10. “I hope we get to keep doing this.”

Food was delivered to Phase I & II of Eagles Hope and the Christian Food Store following a community-wide drive.

County 10 Photo – Volunteers at Eagles Hope Phase I

Volunteers also spent the day at the recently opened Phase I of Eagles Hope organizing clothing, food, and supply donations.

Paws For Life Animal League now has some freshly painted kennels and lobby, as well as cleaned carriers that were donated.

The recent weather put a damper on a few of the plans like hanging siding on a veteran’s house, but volunteers were able to help in other ways like doing yard work and hauling garbage.

County 10 Photo – Volunteers at Eagles Hope Phase I

“I think if everyone did one kind gesture for our organizations, it would make a world of difference,” said First Interstate Bank Administrator and Community Day organizer Lori Mohler.

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#Activate10, presented by your local McDonald’s Restaurants a County 10 series seeking to increase communication between individuals and organizations across Fremont County and to promote positive action in our communities.

Employees from First Interstate Bank in Riverton spent Wednesday afternoon at multiple locations in the community lending a helping hand with different projects.

This is the organization’s 3rd annual Commitment to Community Volunteer Day where all First Interstate Bank locations close for the afternoon to volunteer.

“I think this has a big impact for everybody involved,” Mark Evans Riverton First Interstate Bank President shared with County 10. “I hope we get to keep doing this.”

Food was delivered to Phase I & II of Eagles Hope and the Christian Food Store following a community-wide drive.

County 10 Photo – Volunteers at Eagles Hope Phase I

Volunteers also spent the day at the recently opened Phase I of Eagles Hope organizing clothing, food, and supply donations.

Paws For Life Animal League now has some freshly painted kennels and lobby, as well as cleaned carriers that were donated.

The recent weather put a damper on a few of the plans like hanging siding on a veteran’s house, but volunteers were able to help in other ways like doing yard work and hauling garbage.

County 10 Photo – Volunteers at Eagles Hope Phase I

“I think if everyone did one kind gesture for our organizations, it would make a world of difference,” said First Interstate Bank Administrator and Community Day organizer Lori Mohler.