Did you know Fishbowl has an annual Day of Service? This won’t come as a surprise if you have been following the Fishbowl Blog for a while. But this is something that we pride ourselves on, and I’d like to really cast a spotlight on it since we recently completed our 8th annual Fishbowl Day of Service.
So get ready to feel inspired as we explore this wonderful topic.
What the Day of Service Signifies
Since 2009, Fishbowl has dedicated one day every year purely to service. That’s a big deal for any company to take that much time off to focus on something other than business.
Fishbowl’s Day of Service is a sign of many things:
- The company is healthy enough financially to focus some of its efforts on charity.
- Fishbowl takes its social responsibility seriously.
- Fishbowl is the kind of company any community would want to have in it.
- Fishbowl’s employees don’t mind getting down and dirty to get the job done.
Years of Days of Service
All of Fishbowl’s Utah employees, and even their family members, are invited to go out and help the local community. So far, they have helped:
- Cherry Creek Elementary in Springville
- Provo House of Hope
- Mountainland Head Start in Utah County
- Barnett Elementary School in Payson
- Lehi High School
- Central Utah Veterans Home in Payson
- Cascade Springs
More to Come
Fishbowl’s Day of Service is a proud tradition that we intend to continue far into the future. There are a lot of worthy causes we can dedicate our time to each year. We’ll keep making the world a better place one Day of Service at a time.
Robert Lockard is a copywriter with Fishbowl. He writes for several blogs about inventory management, manufacturing, QuickBooks, and small business. Fishbowl is the #1-requested manufacturing and warehouse management software for QuickBooks users. Robert enjoys running, reading, writing, spending time with his wife and children, and watching movies.