Corizon raises money for Totes of Hope

Corizon raises money for Totes of Hope

L-R: Eileen Vickers, Vanesa Hatheway, Jen Nelson Liggett, Vickie Smith, Jenn Liggett and Sue Simon

Good nutrition is one of the keys to success for anyone, but it is a must for children. There are many homes that aren’t stocked with a lot of food and because of this Totes of Hope was founded. Totes of Hope works with volunteers to gather donations of healthy food that are placed in backpacks and handed out to families in need.

Corizon raises money for Totes of Hope

Shirley Haley shaving Officer Quintana’s head.

Corizon staff from Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp (WHCC), a Corizon partner, chose Totes of Hope as the annual fundraiser in order to help bring food to struggling families in the community.

To complete this fundraiser a quilt, made by a local citizen, was raffled. Officer Quintana of WHCC volunteered to shave his head if $500 was raised during the event. Medical was able to raise a total of $600! Shirley Haley won the quilt and was bestowed the honor of shaving officer Quintana’s head. Sue Simon and Eileen Vickers (who head up Totes of Hope for Weston County) helped with the fundraiser by selling raffle tickets at the fair. Pinnacle bank also volunteered to display the quilt.

To learn more about our community involvement and how you can join the Corizon team visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com