Congratulations to United Way of Dane County for another successful Days of Caring.
As a company, Zimbrick had 68 people volunteer for projects this year. Our community as a whole had more than 3,000 volunteers. Nice work Madison!
Zimbrick has been an active member of the community since its inception in 1965. One of our core values is “Strong Relationships with our Communities”, and we’re always looking for ways to put action behind these words. Days of Caring is a natural fit that we look forward to every summer.
The volunteer group representing Zimbrick Fish Hatchery Road participated in the “Literacy Legacy” Days of Caring event with Rotary Books for the World. For more information on this wonderful organization, click here.
Take a look at the stats from this volunteer project. 18 Madison-area companies. 150 volunteers. 3 semi-trucks, 2,500 boxes or 60 tons of books. Project coordinator Carol Dombrowski was very happy with the results.
“The week was successful beyond our wildest expectations, and we owe a debt of gratitude to Zimbrick and the other 17 Madison-area companies that participated,” Dombroski said. “Without your help, it would have taken many months to accomplish this with our traditional volunteers.”
In addition to the Literacy Legacy project, Zimbrick was active at the Ice Age Trail by restoring natural prairie at Cross Plains and clearing new trails at Prairie Moraine County Park.