LVT Participates in the United Way of Utah County Day of Caring

We love our community and took a day to act on that love by giving back.

Last Updated:
September 20, 2021
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Noelle Baldwin
Marketing Content Manager
LiveView Technologies

On September 9, LiveView Technologies participated in the 28th annual Day of Caring through the United Way of Utah County. Companies throughout the county come together for a day to volunteer at multiple service projects in the community. This year there were more than 1,200 volunteers.

The projects included painting playgrounds, cleaning parks, restoring and renovating community facilities, and helping teachers in classrooms. LVT employees divided into two groups and participated in cleaning up a local park as well as teaching a STEM class to local elementary students.

“LiveView Technologies loves to give back to our community,” said Chief Business Development Officer David Studdert. “LVT was born in Orem, Utah and many of our employees are from Utah County. It is part of who we are, and we are always looking for ways to give back. One of LVT’s company values is to do right. This includes doing right with our coworkers, our families, our customers, and the community. We believe that by taking a day to serve, we are doing right by our community and building trust, commitment, respect, and strong connections both inside and outside of the company.”

Day of Caring by the numbers:

  • 1,200+ volunteers
  • 23 schools
  • 12 nonprofits
  • 9 city parks

United Way is an international network of more than 1,800 local nonprofits. Each local nonprofit is an independently run organization with its own staff and directors. Their mission is to improve lives around the world by mobilizing communities. Find your local organization by visiting their website

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