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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Oct 02, 2013-
Oct 04, 2013
12:00AM - 11:45PM
The Good Project Campaign (Organized by Umpqua Bank)
Umpqua Bank's The Good Project
Napa,
Umpqua Bank
Event Description

 Umpqua Bank is launching “The Good Project,” a campaign seeking to inspire communities to give back through simple good deeds.

 

All community members and customers can participate in the following ways:

THE GOOD DEED FUND
Pledge to do a good deed, big or small. For every Good Deed pledged in an Umpqua store or through the company’s Facebook page, Umpqua will add a $10 donation – up to $50,000 – to its Good Deed Fund.

In November Umpqua will invite the community to help decide which nonprofit groups and schools should be a Good Deed Fund beneficiary.

COMMUNITY GOOD DEED AWARDS
Recognize those around you who are making a meaningful difference in their communities! Nominate them for the Awards via Umpqua’s Facebook page from October 1-14, and join Umpqua in celebrating these unique individuals.

12 finalists will be announced on October 16, with voting throughout the month. Four winners, one in each of the states Umpqua operates – Oregon, Washington, California and Nevada – will each receive a $5,000 grant for the organization of their choice. 

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Traci Taylor     Email: tracitaylor@umpquabank.com
Phone: 707-257-3733

 

 

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