Wipfli’s Idaho, Montana and Washington associates to volunteer in Idaho Falls for special community service day
July 22, 2015
As part of a regional conference being held in Idaho Falls, more than 90 Wipfli LLP/Galusha, Higgins & Galusha associates from Idaho, Montana and Washington will devote approximately 360 hours to community service projects in the Idaho Falls area on Friday, July 24.
“Our firm continues to be as committed to our community today as it was when the firm was founded in Helena in 1919,” said Dick Shull
, partner-in-charge of Wipfli/GHG’s Northwest Region, which includes Idaho Falls. “During this important conference for our region, we wanted to devote one of our conference days to make a difference in the Idaho Falls community, one of the many business communities in the Northwest that have helped our firm to achieve success and grow over the years.”
Wipfli LLP/GHG’s Idaho, Montana and Washington associates will volunteer for the following Idaho Falls organizations:
Development Workshop, a community rehabilitation program that provides vocational training, paid employment and placement services to individuals with disabilities. The organization’s mission is “to assist individuals who have a disability or who are disadvantaged to recognize and to achieve their chosen level of economic and social independence.” The firm’s associates will be painting the exterior of two buildings that are used by the Development Workshop at 555 West 25th Street in Idaho Falls.
Idaho Falls Family YMCA, an organization that is dedicated to building healthy, confident, connected and secure children, adults and families, and strengthening the community’s foundation. Wipfli/GHG’s associates will handle landscaping, painting and general maintenance projects for the organization’s soccer arena, which is located at 3500 South Ammon Road in Idaho Falls.
For more information or to interview the associates who are volunteering in the Idaho Falls area, please contact Jennifer Hacker Olsen at 952.548.3389 or email@example.com